10 Ways to Stay Healthy this Summer

Jackie Schoelerman  |  July 8, 2020

Lifestyle

10 Ways to Stay Healthy this Summer

There are plenty of ways to get your sweat and stretch on at home with free YouTube channels, social media live streams, and free on-demand classes from some of the hottest names in boutique fitness.

What do you prefer? A workout that puts you in a better headspace? One the whole family can enjoy? Or a different workout every day? Here are 10 approaches to fitness and wellness, all to help you stay motivated, sane, and active while working out at home.

 

1. If you need to de-stress

Joy Meditation at Self Discovery Studio is offering free daily meditations to get everybody through these times. Text SELFDSTUDIOS to 474747 to receive links each morning to SoundCloud meditations designed to help you find your joy, led by wellness coach Cherie Healey.

 

2. If yoga is your jam

There’s a reason why Yoga with Adriene has more than 6 million YouTube subscribers: Texas yogi Adriene Mishler’s casual approach to yoga is very relatable and she has a practice for just about everything, from stress-relieving sequences and postures to relieve aches and pains, to faster-paced weight loss routines. youtube.com

Live stream classes on Core Power Yoga’s YouTube channel or check out a limited collection of higher-production value classes free on its on-demand channel.

 

3. If you want an immersive experience

Enlist in the Aarmy. This popular boot camp and indoor cycling studio is offering several live-streaming workouts on Instagram each morning,@aarmy

Chris Hemsworth’s fitness app, Centr, is free to new users for the first six weeks. The app offers up HIIT, functional strength, Pilates and yoga workouts, as well as an outstanding collection of recipes from top chefs. $29.99 monthly, $20 every quarter, or $119.99 annually thereafter. centr.com

 

4. If you want long and lean

The popular studio Club Pilates is offering free live-stream Pilates classes on its Facebook page.

Kit Rich, Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence’s fitness trainer, has her own YouTube channel of cardio/strength/Pilates workouts with modifications for different levels that will help keep you strong and fend off the hibernation weight. youtube.com

Popsugar Fitness offers a well-organized showcase on YouTube of some of the hottest instructors from around the country, leading toning, Pilates, barre, strength and cardio dance workouts from beginner to advanced. Free. youtube.com

Openfit is an online and mobile platform that delivers more than 350 live and on-demand workouts each week from Xtend Barre, Tough Mudder T-Minus 30, XB Pilates and Yoga52, as well as nutrition advice, tools, and tracking. Two-week free trial, then $8 to $13 a month, depending on the plan. openfit.com

 
5. If you want intensity

West Hollywood’s famed LIT Method has brought its intense, low-impact workouts using resistance bands into the home. Get your heart rate up with streaming workouts that challenge multiple muscle groups at once before isolating core, posture and other areas.Free the first month with code BOLTCULTSTRONG, then $14.99 a month. ondemand.litmethod.com

European fitness company RSG Group has tapped popular American trainers for its platform, Cyberobics. The streaming workouts, everything from HIIT to dance to yoga to Pilates, were filmed in the U.S. and are free for the first 90 days or until gyms are allowed to reopen. stream.cyberobics.com

 
6. If you want strength

Les Mills, the fitness company responsible for the Body Pump, Grit and Body Combat classes you find in your gym, is offering a two-week free trial for its on-demand classes and has free classes on its YouTube channel. $14.99 monthly or $119.88 annually.

Looking to get your strength training fix? Check out BodyFit by Amy for videos from 10 to 45 minutes long that include kettlebells, weights and resistance bands. There are beginner and prenatal workouts too. youtube.com

 

7. If you’re always on trend

The Tracy Anderson Online Studio — fronted by Gwyneth Paltrow’s favorite trainer — continues to offer up her popular cardio dance and mat strength classes online. There’s a two-week free trial, then it’s $90 a month, or $808.50 for the year. tracyanderson.com

Cycling giant Peloton is offering its app, which contains not only spin workouts but yoga, strength and running, free for the first 90 days. onepeloton.com


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