Online Fitness Programs To Try At Home During The Coronavirus Lockdown
Due to the coronavirus lockdown, many of us can't access the gym. Here are the top 5 online fitness programs you can join in the comfort of your home.
Like many countries hit by the outbreak of coronavirus, Nigeria is gradually approaching a full lockdown of the entire country. By the time this lockdown is in full effect, almost everyone will remain indoors, which means you can't even come out for your usual early morning strolling or jogging. Find out online fitness programs to try at home during this coronavirus pandemic.
5 online fitness programs to try at home during this coronavirus pandemic
Staying at home during this pandemic doesn't have to be the end of your staying fit. There are a lot of online fitness programs you could follow to keep up with home-based exercises. A lot of these programs are paid but you'll find some free ones below so you can get to it as soon as possible.
- Daily Burn
Currently offering a 60-day trial, Daily Burn is an online workout site with monthly subscribers. Go to their website and put in details about you and your fitness goals, and they will provide you with a specially tailored program, which will include videos and nutritional plans. According to their website, class options include an intro to exercise, cardio strength, yoga basics, barre, muscle building, beginner Pilates, cardio kickboxing, high-intensity training and flexibility.
ClassPass is a subscription service that usually encourages users to visit boutique fitness studios, plus a variety of virtual workouts. With no subscription required right now, over 2000 video and audio workouts are free. So feel free to search in there for anything that goes with your fitness levels.
Peloton, currently offering users a free 90-day trial, is known for their online cycling workouts. They have an app that allows access to thousands of live full-body workouts for which you don't need a bike.
According to their website, they cover a mix of running, strength, toning, yoga, meditation and outdoor workouts. However, you should stick to the virtual workouts during this pandemic.
- Corepower Yoga
If yoga is your thing then look no further than Corepower. It is a yoga franchise and is offering free access to a “special weekly collection” of online classes. Corepower has urged visitors on their website to “Please share this with friends, family and anyone who could use a little yoga in their life right now.”
Orangetheory began posting daily workouts on their website after closing their locations nationwide. Their website says that they will share 30 minutes daily workouts featuring top coaches from around the world. You will need no equipment for these workouts but you may have to use some household items. These videos include warm-ups, cardio and flexibility exercises.
These daily workouts are by fitness instructors from around the world who know their stuff. All you need to do is find a fitness instructor whose workouts fit your fitness levels and you're good to go.
Source: Make Your Body Work