I HAVE TRIED THIS ONE AND I like it!
-------Golds Gym is offering free access to its app GOLD’S AMP until the end of May. The app comes with more than 600 audio and video workouts. To enroll, individuals should head to goldsamp.com/promo and redeem the code FIT60 at check out. The promo code must be activated by April 30 and users will have free GOLD’S AMP access until May 31.
I did not try this but who is feeling like they need a challenge the "Carrot" is FREE for 2 weeks
If you appreciate the snarky nature of the CARROT Weather app, then CARROT Fit might be perfect for you. The app features a collection of 7—minute workouts that are described as “punishing.”
CARROT is a sadistic AI construct with one simple goal: to transform your flabby carcass into a Grade A specimen of the human race. She will do whatever it takes – including threatening, inspiring, ridiculing, and bribing you – to make this happen.
CARROT Fit is available on the App Store as a free download, compared to its normal price of $4.99. The app will be free for the next two weeks.
------Headspace, a guided meditation service, is offering free meditations through its app. The free programs include meditations, sleep and movement exercises and can be found in the “Weathering the storm” collection on the app. Creating a Headspace account is also free.
-------Core Power Yoga, a popular yoga studio chain, is currently offering free online classes through its Core Power Yoga On Demand platform. The classes are pre-recorded and range from 30 minutes to up to an hour long. The studio is also offering online guided breathing practices and meditations.
-------Mindfulness app Aura offers 3 months free
-------19 Minute Yoga – Free live streamed yoga classes on YouTube
-------The Year Without Pants – Free guide to remote working
------Take Control of Working From Home Temporarily – Another free guide to temporary remote working
------STRONG by Zumba combines bodyweight, cardio, muscle conditioning and plyometric training synced to music. Several at-home workout options are available on YouTube with no equipment needed.
Options include 7-minute, 20-minute and 30-minute classes.
This popular yoga studio is offering free access to a selection of their online classes while they are closed to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Starting on Thursday, March 19, they will also be hosting live online classes that will be available to members. The series of yoga and meditation classes will be taught by CorePower trainers.
This workout class creator is offering free classes on their streaming platform, LES MILLS on Demand until the coronavirus outbreak is over.
The site has 95 video classes for Body Combat, Body Pump, Barre, cardio training, mindfulness and more.
------Stretch and Grow of the Rockies “Brain Breaks”
Stretch and Grow of the Rockies is a kids health and wellness enrichment company that teaches children age-appropriate fitness and yoga routines.
Jillian Sterner is the CEO and has started uploading daily “Brain Breaks” on YouTube that include a 10-minute video of yoga poses, breathing techniques, and exercises.
------Cosmic Kids YouTube
Cosmic Kids offers yoga lessons working on balance and strength on YouTube.
Episodes range between 2 minutes and 1 hour.
Fitness Blender offers hundreds of free workout videos ranging in difficulty, length, and body focus.
Down Dog maintains five fitness and yoga apps that offer yoga practices or at-home workouts: Down Dog, Yoga for Beginners, HIIT, Barre and 7 Minute Workout.
Down Dog is making the apps free until April 1. Students and K-12 teachers have free access until July 1.
-----YMCA 360: Your Virtual YMCA
YMCA 360 is an "on-demand" healthy living network. The YouTube channel offers several 15-minute workout routines.
Videos of dance classes and routines are available on the organization’s YouTube page.
The organization is offering a free trial of its video workouts.Bring the ballet studio into your home with unlimited classes in strength conditioning, cardio and mindfulness that aim to restore balance to your body. Barre3 is offering a 15-day free trial, and 10% off all props if you want to add resistance bands and core balls to your home gym. After that, the subscription runs $29 a month.
Focusing on strength and cardio, this organization offers live workouts on Instagram.Work up a sweat with free, 20-minute versions of Barry’s Bootcamp’s signature cardio and strength-training classes on Instagram. The studio is posting three workouts a day, which will be announced the day before through Instagram Stories under the @barrys handle, so you can mark your calendar.
This organization offers free workouts from notable trainers.This fitness app always has free workouts, including some led by celebrity exercise coaches such as actress Gabrielle Union and “Queer Eye’s” Jonathan Van Ness. Classes include cardio, strength, HIIT, dance and Pilates classes, plus sessions tailored to prenatal and postnatal workouts. But upgrading to FitOn PRO ($69.99 a year) includes personalized meal plans, more than 500 recipes and unlimited offline downloads.
Those who download the app have access to multiple video workouts.The athletic giant has waived the $14.99 a month fee for its premium service indefinitely. Now, downloading the app grants people access to more than 185 free workouts (yoga, cardio and more) which last from 15 to 45 minutes, as well as targeted running training programs, nutrition and wellness guidance.
videos.Draw on more than 200 videos streaming high-intensity, low-impact workouts to strengthen and tone the body in small spaces — and with limited-to-no equipment. P.volve is offering a free 14-day trial; after that, the subscription runs $19.99 a month. To start streaming for free, click here and enter the promo code OnePvolve.
This fitness organization is offering free workouts on Instagram live.You can also get ready to rumble with these free boxing-inspired fitness classes on Instagram each morning. Turn on post notifications for @doyourumble, so you’ll get an alert when the classes are about to go live (generally at 8 a.m. ET).
Geared toward women, users pay a recurring fee to access video workouts on this app.
Routines that can be done without video:
Healthline provides a list of 30 exercises that are suitable for individuals of all experience levels. These exercises include bridges, chair squats, lunges, planks and bicycle crunches.
DAILY BURN: Stream thousands of yoga, barre, Pilates, cardio, strength training and high intensity workouts — as well as specialized sessions for women who are pregnant or postpartum — over your smart TV or laptop. Daily Burn is currently extending its 30-day free trial to 60 days, with premium access to all new members to boot. After that, it’s $14.95 a month for the Basic subscription, $19.95 for Premium, and members can cancel anytime. Paying members who have been financially affected by COVID-19 can also email [email protected] to add a free month to their account.
COREPOWER YOGA: The country’s largest yoga studio chain is giving everyone free access to a collection of online classes while its 200 locations are closed. (In-person classes generally cost $26 apiece.) CorePower Yoga On Demand will also post new classes online each week, including meditation sessions to clear your head.
Train like Thor, but without paying an ungodly sum. The “Avengers” star is offering a free six-week trial on his
, as long as you sign up before April 5. After that, the subscription plan runs $10 a month if you drop $120 for a full-year membership. Workouts cover high-intensity interval training (HIIT), boxing, yoga, strength training, MMA and more.
DOWN DOG: This family of yoga apps, including Down Dog, Yoga for Beginners, HIIT, Barre, and 7 Minute Workout, will be free until May 1. But students and teachers, as well as health care professionals fighting coronavirus, will have free access until July 1. Otherwise, memberships run $7.99 a month, or $49.99 a year.
organization is offering video workouts to those who sign up for a free trial of its app.While better known for its spin classes, Peloton also offers thousands of strength, yoga, stretching, boot camp and cardio workouts on its app, as well as meditation exercises and outdoor running coaching, which don’t require any expensive equipment.
, which you can sign up for through April 30. After that, you’ll pay $12.99 a month.