Lockdown Home Workouts

8th February 2021

Some of us don’t like road running, or are maybe a little bored (or cold) of walking, so need something a little different to keep us motivated.
Staying active is really important for your all round wellbeing, so try something new during lockdown.

We have tried a few different home workouts over the last couple of weeks and would like to share them with you. You can do these alone in a quiet room, alone with your music blaring, with your partner, or try them as a family.
Have fun!

Daily Burn

Long enjoyed by at-home workout enthusiasts, Daily Burn offers workout videos in any category imaginable. From intro classes to barre to yoga to kickboxing (and HIIT, of course), you can stream whatever type of workout video you prefer to your TV’s streaming device, phone, tablet, or computer. Daily Burn offers trackers, goal-setting, and more to help you stay motivated.

YouTube workout videos are a great way to get free home workouts, and if you’re looking for free yoga, turn to Yoga With Adriene. Adriene’s channel has more than 6 million subscribers and offers yoga flows and lessons on everything from finding focus to stretching and strengthening arms, backs, and shoulders. Pick a workout video based on your desired practice length or focus area and let Adriene guide you through a great yoga class from the comfort of your own home.

Centr is a comprehensive app that offers workout videos, meal plans, and guided meditations to help users achieve their wellness goals. With trainer-led workout videos of a range of exercise classes and offerings to suit any fitness level, it’s a solid bet for anyone looking for a workout streaming service that goes beyond just the physical.

A fitness-focused YouTube channel led by Maddie Lymburner, MadFit features free workout videos on everything from no-equipment workouts to apartment-friendly workouts to low-impact ones. Try a full-body HIIT workout or focus on just one area: Whatever your workout preference, MadFit has a heart-pumping video for you.

Known for its at-home spin bikes and classes, Peloton also has a fitness app with a huge range of workout videos for running, bootcamp, yoga, and strength training. Some require no equipment, while others may only call for weights or a yoga mat: no Peloton Bike or Tread necessary. The Peloton App is also offering a 90-day free trial to see aspiring exercises through the coronavirus crisis, so anyone can stream effective, motivating workout videos to their preferred device.

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