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Best Workout Apps To Use From Home

You may be shut up in your apartment, but that’s no excuse to forgo your workout. Apart from just keeping you healthy and in shape, a daily workout can be a huge mood booster and can help prevent you from feeling the lows of being isolated and stuck inside.

There are lots of ways to workout from home. If you live in a more rural area, get outside if the weather is good. Take a walk, do some circuit training in your backyard, or go for a quick run (just make sure to keep your distance from anyone else you might pass on your route!).

You may also find that now is the time to invest in some higher-end equipment. A new treadmill or exercise bike could be just the thing to keep you sane.

Of course, with the plethora of choices for working out at home, a large purchase isn’t really necessary to stay in shape. There are so many fitness apps that are available that offer great workouts. We’re listing some of our favorites below (most of which are FREE, or are at least offering a free trial right now!) Download one of these today and get back to your workout!



This app is a favorite for workouts that cater to your level and time allotments (workouts generally last between 15 and 45 minutes). They have a number of free workouts, and now, are waiving their $14.99 monthly fee for premium accounts indefinitely. With the premium account, you get access to tons more free yoga, cardio and meditation workouts, in addition to nutrition wellness guides.


This app gives you access to a slew of personal trainers that are focused on different styles of exercise you can do right from the comfort of your own home. Typically a mixture of cardio and weight training, Sweat helps you stay focused and gives you the tools to reach your fitness goals. It does cost you though – the Sweat app costs $19.99 per month if you plan to pay monthly. But, if you sign up for the year, you’ll pay only $119.94, bringing your average daily cost to only .33 cents per day.


The company known for it’s hot yoga classes is now offering their incredible workouts free for you to do from the comfort of your living room. Click on any of the classes at CorePower On Demand to do the workout and see new ones posted each week.


This free app is made by Johnson & Johnson and delivers a fast a simple way to workout anywhere. The workouts are simple to do, require almost no extra tools, and can even be done from your apple watch. The best part? They’re efficient, getting you a solid work out in in only 7 minutes.


While this company is known for it’s killer stationary bike workouts, the Peloton app actually offers an array of activities from yoga to body strengthening classes to meditation exercises – no bike needed! While the app does cost $12.99 per month, it’s currently offering a free trial of it’s app for 90 days, which should give you a great chance to try it out.


A favorite workout of celebrities, Barry’s is now offering free 20-minute versions of their bootcamp classes on Instagram. With three workouts a day, you’re bound to find one to fit your schedule. Follow @barrys to see the class times posted on Instagram stories the day before.


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