Odds are if you‚Äôre working, you‚Äôre working from home. (Except for those angels working on the front-line.) Most of us have transitioned to being at home 24/7. While that sounds great for some people (such as introverts or those who like working in their man/she caves and basements) it‚Äôs thrown a wrench in their psyche.
With gyms, parks, activity centers, and even private trainers shutting down services, it‚Äôs important that you maintain some sense of normalcy in order to maintain your sanity and be able to de-stress. I‚Äôll be giving you some ways on how you can retain a bit of normalcy during quarantine.
Peloton is known as the maker of high-end stationary bicycles and treadmills and is offering 90-days free on its app. This includes their bike and treadmill workouts, but also their floor workouts, yoga, and meditation classes. Don‚Äôt worry though, they‚Äôre keeping their instructors safe, by keeping them alone in their Manhattan studio.
A company known for live-streaming fancy boutique studio classes will be offering on-demand recordings of those workouts free for one month. These recordings will run from boxing to HIIT (high-intensity interval training) to yoga.
Social distancing at its best, before it was a thing. Daily burn is now offering a 60-day free trial of their fitness model. Do something new every day!
‚ÄúPlay inside, play for the world‚Äù, that‚Äôs Nike‚Äôs new slogan to go with their dropping of their fees, for their Nike Training App. Nike dropped the subscription fee for its NTC Premium service that provides streaming workout videos, training programs, and expert tips from trainers. Nike‚Äôs library has more than 185 workouts, ranging from 15 to 60 minutes workouts, including bodyweight-only sessions, yoga classes, targeted training programs, and full-equipment workouts, covering all fitness levels. On Monday, they took it a step further, adding content about mindset, movement, nutrition, recovery, and sleep, to its social media channels, website and Nike App.
Now offering a 30-day free trial of their online yoga classes ‚Äì It‚Äôs a great way to get in an at-home workout for your body and mind, not just for you, but the family too.
So if you‚Äôre feeling ancy, the kids are running rampant, you want to put normalcy back in your daily schedule or you just want to decompress: check these as a go to. They may just keep you from pulling an Office Space on one of your machines.