With gyms across the country closed, many are looking for at-home workouts.
Local gyms like One Life Fitness and the YMCA of Southampton Roads are offering on-line classes to members.
Peloton is giving new users free workouts for 90 days – no bike needed. Users can choose from classes such as yoga, meditation, strength training and more. Click here
Nike dropped the subscription fee for its NTC Premium service that provides streaming workout videos, training programs and expert tips from trainers. NTC Premium includes its Nike App, the Nike Running Club (NRC) app, the Nike Training Club (NTC) app, social channels, nike.com and its “Trained” podcast.
Planet Fitness began streaming free workout videos for members and non-members on their Facebook page.
“Our daily routines have changed in unexpected ways, and we know that people may not be able to get to the gym. That’s why we’re offering a free, daily virtual fitness class for everyone on Planet Fitness’ Facebook page from Monday through Friday,”
They are also uploading the videos to watch anytime on their Youtube page.
Carrie Underwood has a new fitness app. It’s not free, however, and available to iPhone users only.
Feeling good! Got my @fit52 workout in the books for this AM! #FindYourPath #Fit52 @CALIAbyCarrie pic.twitter.com/JJcaX5nJwr
— Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) March 5, 2020
Kelsea Ballerini and her trainer shared a free one-time video you workout with no equipment needed.
my trainer and friend, @ErinOprea made a fun, simple, no equipment needed workout to get our legs BURNIN’ and to celebrate a song on my upcoming album. pic.twitter.com/EzsJ0sE6Om
— Kelsea Ballerini (@KelseaBallerini) March 18, 2020