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STRONG by Zumba combines bodyweight, cardio, muscle conditioning and plyometric training synced to music. Several at-home workout options are available on YouTube with no equipment needed.
Options include 7-minute, 20-minute and 30-minute classes.
Planet Fitness, one of the country’s largest chain gyms, is offering free online classes for the next two weeks, starting March 16.
This popular yoga studio is offering free access to a selection of their online classes while they are closed to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Starting on Thursday, March 19, they will also be hosting live online classes that will be available to members. The series of yoga and meditation classes will be taught by CorePower trainers.
This workout class creator is offering free classes on their streaming platform, LES MILLS on Demand until the coronavirus outbreak is over.
The site has 95 video classes for Body Combat, Body Pump, Barre, cardio training, mindfulness and more.
Stretch and Grow of the Rockies is a kids health and wellness enrichment company that teaches children age-appropriate fitness and yoga routines.
Jillian Sterner is the CEO and has started uploading daily “Brain Breaks” on YouTube that include a 10-minute video of yoga poses, breathing techniques, and exercises.
Cosmic Kids offers yoga lessons working on balance and strength on YouTube.
Episodes range between 2 minutes and 1 hour.
Fitness Blender offers hundreds of free workout videos ranging in difficulty, length, and body focus.
Down Dog maintains five fitness and yoga apps that offer yoga practices or at-home workouts: Down Dog, Yoga for Beginners, HIIT, Barre and 7 Minute Workout.
Down Dog is making the apps free until April 1. Students and K-12 teachers have free access until July 1.
YMCA 360 is an "on-demand" healthy living network. The YouTube channel offers several 15-minute workout routines.
Many local newspapers are offering free e-editions