Forget pricey gyms. Now some classes, by the way, constantly updated, are available online for about 10$ a month. Here are the best 7 workouts!
1. CROSS TRAIN
Founders Dave and Dylan Schenk mix up workouts on weekdays ( for example, Pilates one day, kettlebells the next ), so you are forced to make the change. Beginners, beware – these workouts are really hard! But if you are already fit, this program can push you to the next level.
$19 per month, www.crostrain.com
Pilates Anytime is online Pilates studio, delivering world-class instruction anywhere, anytime, and at an affordable price. Many people are unable to attend Pilates classes due to the lack of easy access to studios, schedule conflicts, and cost. Pilates Anytime offers the highest quality Pilates classes to everyone.
$18 per month, www.pilatesanytime.com
Booya offers an unlimited supply of 30-minutes classes from a roster of luxe boutiques like ChaiseFitness ( a mix of ballet, Pilates and aerobics ) and SoHo Strength Lab ( sports-conditioning workouts ). Booya allows you to try hot new classes without waiting for them to hit big-chain gyms.
$10 per month, booyafitness.com
Instant access to hundreds of premium workout videos from the best fitness instructors. Wide variety of levels and types: Cardio, Pilates, Strength-training, Yoga, Dance, HIIT, Prenatal and more! Using your webcam, you can split your screen between one of the site’s 300-plus workouts and a friend in another location.
$9 per month, www.movemefit.com
5. CRUNCH LIVE
The Crunch are for those who get bored easily. The Crunch chain of gyms is famous for its quirky classes. If you are shy to box with others, try it in private. Also, training at home will help you to stay focused on the workout.
$10 per month. www.crunchlive.com
Udaya is great for those who are in love with yoga. Pick your workout based on difficulty or length out of a library of classes that broadcast from Zen-like studios.
$12 per month, www.udaya.com
7. JESSICA SMITH
For those, who always wanted a personal trainer. Flat-abs guru Jessica Smith, posts one workout a week. Her videos are minimally edited, nice and are often filmed at home. Sessions combine the strength, carsdio, and flexibility.