How We're Working Out At Home
With gyms closed and most of us social distancing, our workouts are taking place in the comfort of our homes. For some, motivation and enthusiasm for at-home workouts are plain-sailing, but for many of us, it's challenging – perhaps you're struggling to find a good routine, you're without access to equipment and machines, you're unable to push yourself in the same way an instructor would. We understand that exercising at home can be challenging, so we've put together a list of workout plans, apps and trainers that we would recommend.
If you're looking for a wide collection of online workout classes; from HIIT to yoga, pilates and meditation, Alo Moves is perfect for you. There's a subscription fee of $20 a month, however, the free trial allows you to test it out before committing, and the lessons are so thorough you feel like the instructors are right there with you.
Sweat by Kayla Itsines
Kayla Itsines has been transforming the body of women and men across the globe since 2008, and her Sweat app allows you to use her methods at home. A variety of 28-minute workouts that sculpt, tone and get your heart pumping are perfect for those who don't have time for one-hour routines. There's a monthly fee of $19.99.
Nike Training Club
With a broad selection of targeted workouts, Nike's Training Club app is perfect for those who like to mix up their routine and isolate areas of the body. Alternatively, there is the option of personal plans that guide you, whilst adjust to your progress and schedule. One of the best things about this app is that it's free!
Notting Hill members-only fitness club, Bodyism has made their acclaimed workouts available to all with daily live workouts. The routines are easy to follow and the instructors teach in a way that caters to every ability level.
From dance cardio and bum-sculpting workouts to morning yoga, Digme Fitness offers a wide range of daily workouts via Instagram live. There's more than one workout a day, and they're saved in case you missed your favourite.
Ballet-dancer come fitness enthusiast, Maddie Lymburner of MadFit's three to four-minute song workouts are perfect for those who enjoy moving to music, while her longer more targeted videos are perfect for building strength and muscle while remaining long and lean.
Yoga With Adriene
The internet's most-loved yoga teacher, Adriene Mishler has encouraged many to stretch, breathe, and mindfully create healthy bodies and minds. Her daily yoga videos are easy to follow and varied. There are routines that will help you sleep and others that will tone and increase flexibility, so you'll learn how extensive yoga can be.