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There are lots of reasons to work out at home – but the arrival of COVID19 has bought into sharp focus the need for us to find new ways to keep active in our living rooms.
We don’t know about you, but after 5-billionity laps of our local neighbourhood and finishing a years worth of home maintenance jobs, groundhog day has definitely started creeping in.
But here’s the exciting part, finding new habits and ways to keep moving and stay healthy, while gyms and studios are closed, has resulted in some new approaches to working out at home.
If your own studio/gym isn’t already offering online classes we’ve collated a list of some of our favourite workouts – from family fun through to high intensity; there is something here for everyone.
Low intensity (yoga, pilates)
- Core Plus (free 7-day trial, $19.99/month)
- Brighton Baths Health Club (FREE)
- Humming Puppy (three free classes to try, or 50c/day membership)
- Yoga with Adriene (FREE)
- Asheville Yoga (FREE, includes a kids session)
- Chloe Ting (FREE)
- P.E. with Joe (FREE) join in live or watch the replay
- Les Mills Born to Move (FREE)*
- NETFIT Netball (FREE) download the app for more activities
- MADFIT (FREE)
- Sum of Us Studio (free HIIT workouts, also pilates weekly memberships that include live streaming & pre-recorded classes $15/week)
- Six Harmonies Martial Arts (free if you are unable to pay, otherwise $10)
- MrandMrsMuscle (FREE)
- FitON (FREE) can also be downloaded as an App
Have we missed your favourite workout? Drop us a line ([email protected]) or tag us on social media (@lightfeetau) with ways you like to keep moving and stay healthy.
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*Note that the Les Mills App (paid) has hundreds of adult programs – many friends of the Lightfeet team have given this a big thumbs up, it’s $200 for an annual subscription.