With gyms, swimming pools and outdoor parks all now closed, how does one exercise? Never fear, there are a tonne of fitness studios, personal trainers and gyms setting up virtual workout spaces for you to sweat it out in your living room. We have scoured the interwebs and rounded up the best home workouts for you to try today! Or tomorrow...or whenever motivation strikes you.
The KIC girls Stephanie Smith and Laura Henshaw have set up a virtual gym via Facebook and Instagram live to keep you motivated and moving. With live workouts every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, there are different types of classes for everyone including meditation, yoga, Pilates and HIIT. Better still, it's completely free!
From now until 17th April
At a Hustle session, technical boxing meets full-body conditioning, offering a workout unlike any other. With COVID-19 closing Hustle's doors, the team are set to launch Hustle at Home. Each week you will get daily live-streamed classes, access to on-demand sessions and be able to check-in with the Hustle community.
$29.50 per week
Chris Hemsworth's popular fitness app is giving back during this tough time by offering first-time users a free 6-week trial. With everything from strength and cardio, to wellness and nutrition, this app is your one-stop self-improvement shop.
From $10 per month (After the 6 week free trial)
Led by pilates guru Kirsten King, this boutique studio is known for its soul-warming and body pumping pilates classes. During lockdown, you can sign up to their Fluidform at Home program which includes an equipment pack with sliders, resistance bands and a pilates ball, access to their entire workout video library and monthly live chats with Kristen King herself.
$49 per month (3 months minimum)
Inspired by the classic piece of ballet equipment and combining moves and postures from ballet, yoga and Pilates, Barre Body and their fusion workout is heading online. Barre Body Online gives you unlimited access to hundreds of barre, Pilates, yoga and stretch workouts, along with personalised support from their online coaching team. Better still, you can try it out on their 5-day free trial before signing up.
From $15 per month (after 5 day free trial)
A hub for women aspiring to be fit, Lean Bean Fitness has a multi-offering of barre, boxing and HIIT classes that are designed for toning female bodies. Taking it online with classes to suit all fitness levels, Virtual Lean Bean gives you access to daily workout videos, and recipe tips an tricks to keep you fit and motivated.
$20 per week
Sydney’s popular fitness and yoga studio Flow Athletic have launched 60 live stream classes per week to help keep their community connected and their staff employed. Classes cover yoga, Pilates, strength and even spin, with their bike loan scheme. If you are still wanting 1-on-1 time with a trainer, they are also offering PT sessions via FaceTime.
From $49.95 per week