No Time to Workout? How About the 25th hour?


So, you just can’t seem to find enough time to work out, huh? According to Orange Theory, that’s the number one excuse people give as to why they don’t exercise.

Well, in is a theory is stripping away that excuse by giving everyone a free workout on nov 4th (daylights savings time when we fall back an hour). If there’s an orange theory nearby you’ll  def want to make time for this sweet deal. Just visit to claim your free workout!

With gyms and fitness studios shut down across the nation, and many states ordering people to stay indoors as much as possible, thousands of people are on the lookout for their next workout. Sure, going for a brisk walk or even a run outside is a possibility, but it may not be everyone’s cup of tea. That leaves plenty of folks stocking up on home workout equipment such as kettlebells, resistance bands and yoga mats, or making fitness happen using items found around the home.

Although there are a variety of great workout programs, the Saitama workout program is one of the simplest and best for increasing muscular strength and endurance.

One thing we can all agree on, though: Sometimes it’s just nice to have a workout buddy, even if they’re just on a screen. To that end, we rounded up 25 popular fitness classes, apps, and subscription services (including some of my personal favorites) to motivate you to stay fit, stay safe, and stay home.}, as well check the best fitness apps for android.

Free fitness classes on YouTube

1. Yoga with Adriene

Adriene is ready to guide all levels of yogi through their yoga practice, whether it's their first time or 500th class.

Type of classes: Free yoga

If I’ve said it once, I’ll say it again. Yoga with Adriene is going to save us all during these strange times. Can you already twist your body into a pretzel? Great, Adriene is here for you. Can’t even touch your toes? Even better, Adriene is ready to help. She has so many videos and options that it’s almost overwhelming. Keyword: almost. Her soothing voice and relaxed approach to yoga will keep you—and her other 6 million-plus subscribers—coming back for more. Check out the latest Carbofix reviews.

I’ve been using her videos for almost two years now, following her collection of videos like Yoga for Runners and, more recently, Yoga for Uncertain Times. She’s technically a professional instructor, as she has shown her credentials that show she has taken part in a Certified Yoga Teacher Program, and it really shows. That being said, you don’t have to be a pro yogi yourself to understand her videos, and they’ll leave you feeling refreshed and relaxed. Honestly, it’s kind of better if you aren’t. Don’t forget to keep your eyes peeled for a frequent guest star in her classes—her dog, Benji, who is blissfully unaware whenever a yoga class is in session.

2. Sweat with SELF

SELF workout videos make it feel like the instructor is right next to you in class.

Type of classes: Free HIIT, cardio, strength training, and more

If you’re looking for some serious (free) “fitspiration,” the “Sweat with SELF” channel is where you should go. From the backdrop of their classes (the NYC skyline is often featured), to the upbeat and spandex-clad instructors, these classes give the most realistic vibe of an in-person group fitness class. You know, but without the group.

These classes range from 10 to 30 minutes. However, there is a timer in the corner counting down each move, so the time flies by, as each section is broken up into segments. Most workouts don’t require anything other than your body weight, though some utilize dumbbells and kettlebells. Word to the wise: If you have neighbors living beneath you, these aren’t the videos to bust out at 6 a.m.—be kind and wait at least until 9 a.m.

3. Popsugar Fitness

POPSUGAR fitness classes makes it feel like you left your living room to go to a fitness studio

Type of classes: Free HIIT, cardio, and dance

One of my favorite parts about Popsugar’s fitness classes (other than they’re fun to take) is that they have at least three or more people in them. I would be lying if I didn’t admit that the more people I see in a fitness video, the more I take it as a personal challenge to beat them. “Oh, that person in the blue tank top on the left looks a bit out of breath? I’m going to do way more squats than them.” Improve your dietary results with biofit.

While I’m sweating in my living room thinking like that, the tone of the videos is quite opposite, offering cheerleader-like support while you work your way through cardio, sculpt, and dance classes. If you’re looking for classes that will make you feel like you’re working out with friends, Popsugar fitness is exactly what you need. If you need an extra burst of joy in your life, I cannot recommend the 30-minute “Old School Hip Hop Grooves” workout enough.


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