Besides practicing proper hygiene and eating healthy food, boosting your immune system is also a way to lessen your risk of contracting COVID-19. One way to do so is by exercising regularly. Because of the quarantine, it is impossible to work out at your local gym; luckily, technology makes it easier to stay fit and healthy through online classes. Below are seven fitness studios that offer online classes you can follow at home!
Schedule:9:00AM, 2:00PM, and 6:00PM daily via Facebook live
Yoga is not only beneficial for your physical body but also for providing relief against stress.
Image: Beyond Yoga Website
Although their physical studio is closed right now, Beyond Yoga continues to provide mindful yoga classes every day online. Those who want to follow the classes can do so by checking Beyond Yoga’s Facebook page, where the live sessions are posted.
F45 offers 45 minutes of HIIT circuit workout classes.
Image: F45 Training Mandaluyong Facebook Page
F45 Training aims to make workouts fun even when you’re at home. Besides their free Facebook live workout coaching, they also upload easy-to-follow home exercises on their Instagram page. If the solo workout is not for you, you can also join the F45 family on Zoom where coaches will guide you in real time.
Indoor cycling strengthens your core, tones your muscles, and burns calories.
Since quarantine restrictions won’t let you go out for a long bike ride, try indoor cycling. Those who have stationary bikes in their home can join Ride Revolution’s intense Zoom cycling sessions taught by their instructors. If you prefer solo sweat sessions, then you can also follow the free instructional home workout videos on their Instagram page.
Each online class from Electric Studio lasts for 45 minutes.
Not only does Electric Studio offer free Instagram live sessions, but they also have bike rental services for those who don’t own an electric bike at home. They also have paid online classes on Zoom, and when you join these you will also be helping provide grocery packs to families in several barangays in Quezon City.
Yoga All You Want - $39 (approximately PhP1,983.95)
YogaPlus’ interactive studio provides exclusive live daily classes.
Image: YogaPlus Facebook Page
YogaPlus’ Virtual Studio is a new way to enjoy interactive yoga classes during the quarantine. They offer different kinds of yoga classes per week including HIIT yoga, chair yoga, Ashtanga, and yoga fundamentals. You can also follow their Facebook page for live sessions.
OneLife Studio offers pilates-based personal training.
Image: Onelife Studio Facebook Page
Through virtual coaching and free IG live sessions, The Onelife Studio provides exercises that can help you stay fit and active at home. They also offer virtual physical therapy where they will conduct online assessment and rehab exercise guidance with you. If you want a personalized plan, they also offer virtual personal training. Their starter pack also lets you have an assigned coach who will assess your movements and set guides on your home space setup.
7. Way at the Grove
Schedule:Schedule varies per day and is announced on their Facebook page.
Free online classes through Facebook live and Youtube
Namastay in your home. The Way at the Grove’s online guides will keep you zen during the quarantine.
Image: Image: Way at the Grove Facebook Page
Starting at PhP200, you can join Way at the Grove’s guided online classes. The studio teaches various yoga methods such as Ashtonga, Vinyasa, Yin, HIIT, Kundalini, Hatha, and guided meditations. Yogis can also make use of the studio’s free guides uploaded on Youtube and Facebook.
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Stay fit while staying indoors through these fitness studios’ online classes.
About Denisse Shawntel Tan
Denisse Tan is currently a work in progress: she’s an aspiring writer, artist, and fashion designer! She’s trying to figure out how to manage her time in achieving all of her goals while also taking in life as humanly possible. Aside from art, she’s a big fan of the color pink, disco music, Bratz dolls, and Genshin Impact. By age 35, she plans to travel to New York City 🗽.
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