By Alejandra Arevalo By Alejandra Arevalo | April 3, 2020 | Lifestyle National
Movement is medicine, and we need it these days more than ever. Check out these workouts that you can stream in the safety of your own home.
The Class by Taryn Toomey at home
1. The Class by Taryn Toomey
In an energetic, music-driven environment, participants practice repetitive calisthenics and plyometrics to challenge their bodies to engage their minds. The guided instruction classes are available on the Digital Studio seven days per week, allowing subscribers to follow live classes in the Tribeca studio from anywhere with internet access. Monthly subscription $40, theclass.com
2. Nina Agdal App
Danish celebrity model and personality Nina Agdal recently released her eponymous app in partnership with fitness platform Playbook. The Michael Kors, GAP and Redken model spent her childhood playing outdoor sports, which explains why she is now a high-profile fitness enthusiast. Subscribers get exclusive access to Agdal’s workout routines, nutrition guides and tips to a healthy lifestyle. Monthly subscription $14.99, ninaagdalapp.com
Megan Roup's classes update every week.
3. The Sculpt Society by Megan Roup
With workouts ranging from five to 50 minutes, the dance cardio and sculpting workout service promises to lengthen and strengthen your body in four weeks. The Sculpt Society provides routines for all skill levels, new workouts every week and streaming options for any device worldwide. Monthly subscription $19.99, thesculptsociety.com
4. Tracy Anderson
Inspired by her own struggle with her weight, Tracy Anderson developed a comprehensive method that focuses on keeping accessory muscles engaged to achieve a dancer’s body. With 20 years of experience and successful weight loss stories from the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow, Anderson developed an online studio to share her knowledge with everyone. Members can stream new weekly content including a 30-minute muscular structure training session and three bonus classes that can be paired up with Anderson’s Spotify playlist. Monthly subscription $90, tracyanderson.com
5. CorePower Yoga On Demand
From Vinyasa to High Power Fusion, subscribers can practice their favorite yoga styles on demand. The instructional videos range from one-minute posture explanations to hour-long classes and are accessible from any streaming platform. Monthly subscription $19.99, corepoweryogaondemand.com
6. Barry’s Bootcamp
The strength and cardio interval workout brand has switched to online instruction after the temporary closure of its worldwide studios. Barry’s now uploads instructional videos featuring its national trainers twice a day on their instagram account. The training sessions filmed at the different Barry’s locations around the country provide the at-studio feeling while working out at home. Free on Instagram IGTV, barrys.com
A Peloton bike is helpful but not necessary for using the app.
Subscribers can experience live and on-demand cardio and strength classes on the Peloton app, often without the need to own a Peloton bike or tread. Class options include bootcamp, cardio, strength and cycling and give a boutique fitness experience with little to no equipment required. Monthly subscription $12.99, onepeloton.com
8. Five Pillars Yoga
With all proceeds going to World Central Kitchen, Five Pillars Yoga is streaming classes six days per week. Start with 360˚ Gentle on Monday, and work your way up throughout the week. Donations encouraged, fivepillarsyoga.com
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