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Free Workout Classes To Keep You Moving (And Still Social Distancing)

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Social distancing and quarantine aren’t easy, especially when you’re missing out on that energy boost from the gym. If you’re wanting to keep up with your routine or you’d like to start something new to alleviate anxiety, there are so many great fitness studios offering free workout classes to help you out. Ready to start working in? Read on for quarantine-approved online classes to get you up and moving.

1. Active by POPSUGAR

This wildly popular workout subscription is now offering hundreds of workouts from celebrity trainers and fitness experts *plus* an exclusive multi-week curated fitness plan — FOR FREE.

2. Down Dog

This company is offering all of its fitness apps — Down Dog, Yoga for Beginners, HIIT, Barre, and 7 Minute Workout — for free until April 1. And if you’re a student or teacher, they’re also offering free access until July 1. Register your school’s domain here.

3. P.volve

Get access to hundreds of workouts through the P.volve online streaming platform. All you have to do is and use the code ONEPVOLVE to start your free trial. There are also free live workouts on Instagram Live and YouTube three times a day.

4. Nike Training Club App

The Nike Training App offers a variety of free 15-, 30-, and 45-minute yoga flow and HIIT workouts designed by trainers. And bonus: most of the workouts are equipment-free and include GIFs to demonstrate how to do each exercise.

5. Daily Burn

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De-stress with a variety of pilates, HIIT and kickboxing classes with this video subscription for every fitness level. There’s a generous free trial for 60 days and then it’s $19.99 a month. If you prefer to just subscribe for one type of workout after your two-month trial, standalone Yoga is $9.99; Running is $7.99 and HIIT is $12.99 a month.

6. CorePower Yoga

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Need something a little more intense than yoga? CorePower is free of charge for those ‘working in’ at home, with classes ranging from calming meditations to full-body flows and technique lessons.

7. Peloton Digital

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PSA: You don’t have to have the bike and treadmill to use Peloton’s streaming content. Pick from unlimited bootcamp, running, cycling and yoga classes, or audio-only material for outdoor runs. Each class also includes a training plan so you can get an idea of what to expect. Try it free for 90 days and if you love it, keep it going for $13 a month.

8. Fight Camp

In light of the coronavirus pandemic, this interactive app has dozens of free workout classes for you to try. Learn basic boxing techniques or switch it up with a no-equipment boxing drill.

9. Simple Habit

Dealing with major anxiety and brain fog at the moment? Simple Habit is waiving its subscription fees for premium guided meditations through the end of April. There are also collections designed specifically to deal with stress and anxiety related to the pandemic.

10. 305 Fitness

Sometimes you just gotta dance it out until you feel better. This fun dance cardio studio is offering free Zumba and cardio videos on their YouTube channel.

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