Do you love the idea of moving and staying fit but don’t always feel like dragging yourself to a fitness club to get your fix? Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could stay at home in your comfy clothes and still get a fabulous workout?
Welcome to the world of online fitness where you can banish your jiggle with an online workout class. With a simple subscription that’s usually much less than a gym membership, you can workout at your own convenience and pace. No more running to catch a class. Of course if you love the camaraderie you find in a class, by all means go for it. But if you want a workout you can do while traveling or away from home, this is the way to go!
Most classes can be streamed from your iPad, Roku, laptop or TV. I love it! Wish I’d done this research sooner. Grab a friend or your honey and get fit together, keep each other going. If you’re on your own, you can get as sweaty and loose as you want.
Online Workout Class Options
Shine Dance Fitness
This looks like fun! Online dance party in your own space. One hour class each week rooted in jazz, hip hop and ballet for all ages and abilities. Claims you can burn up to 750 calories in a class! Woo hoo. I think this is perfect. All you need is some floor space and a desire to rock out and stay fit. Get some friends together and do it for fun. Pick a place and meet once or twice a week. You know it’s always easier to stay motivated if you have a time and place set. Go for it!
Free 3 Day Trial – Monthly membership starts at $10.99.
Jump training combined with cutting edge dance moves set to music. Website says it’s an “intense yet easy to follow routine”. Hmmm… I’ve never know intense and easy to be the same thing. You can get a good workout and have fun in the comfort of your home. Live classes are also available. Apparently Kate Hudson, James Corden are fans. As seen on Huffington Post, Self magazine and Pop Sugar, you can dance like the stars!
Monthly subscription $19.99
Learn to Dance
Free mini classes videos online for all types of dance. Country Western, Salsa, Tango, Belly, Ballet, Tap, Ballroom, HipHop are just some of the dance styles you can try out from this site. Premium classes are downloadable and priced individually. Not as user friendly as other classes which allow you to view from any device.
This London UK based workout site is primarily a source for activewear that works from the studio to the street but you’ll also find free workout videos on their site or via YouTube. From yoga to abs to ballet, you’re sure to find a pace that suits you. If you love their style, you can shop for workout wear as well!
Workout in the comfort of your living room and get personalized recommendations just for you. Stream your workouts to your iPad, streaming service or smart TV. Get personalized recommendations and choose from an awesome variety of classes from barre, Pilates, cardio kick box, dance, HIIT and more.
Free month trial then $9.99 per month or $99. per year
Over 500 online workouts available with new workouts weekly, this site customizes a workout plan for you based on your age, weight and goals. You can stream Daily Burn on your laptop, desktop, mobile device, TV, Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, Chromecast, Android, iPad, iPhone, iPod, laptop or desktop which gives you lots of options if you travel, have more than one home or just want a workout available when you want where you want it. Yoga, dance, Pilates, cardio and high intense workouts, it’s all here waiting for you!
Free 30 day trial, then starts at $14.95 a month with no subscription
Gaia is an online video subscription service that provides fitness products and media, with videos that support mindfulness, meditation and yoga practice. They’ve been around a while, I remember renting the DVDs. Currently available on the new Apple TV, Roku, IOS, Chromecast, and on the web.
Starts at $9.95 per month with no subscription or $95.40 for a year
Learn more about the difference between yoga and Pilates before you get started with your online workout to find what’s right for you. Personally I think both are key to getting a good stretch prior to any workout and are the easiest to do at home.
If you’re not happy with your jiggle, take a chance and try these online workout classes. I’ll be joining you!