Quarantine Workouts for These Days When We’re Missing the Gym

While a Lot of Us Are Used to Using a Ton of Weights and Machines, We’re Having to Step Outside the Gym for Our Physical Activities

JESSICA ANN WORKOUTS WEARING INKADDICT, RUNNING BY MALT ARTWORK. PHOTO AMI NICOLE / ACRONYM

Do you like to move it, but don’t know what to do for quarantine workouts when you’re not in the gym? We’ve got quite a few suggestions for you to thrive and survive without turning into a couch potato (not that couch potato-ing is a bad thing all the time, we just need to move a little)!

From local experts to online courses from national clubs, we’ve got it all!

 

LOCAL FITNESS EXPERTS

 

LAUREN J WILLIAMS DOING YOGA. PHOTO AMY NICOLE / ACRONYM

LAUREN J WILLIAMS DOING YOGA. PHOTO AMY NICOLE / ACRONYM

 

Yoga For Everyone – Run by Canadian Dianne Bondy, and is a yoga practitioner and author of Yoga for Everyone. SHAPE calls her approach to yoga “empowering” and encourages people to practice regardless of their shape, size, ethnicity, or level of ability.

Lauren J. Williams has a lot of different services including private and custom sessions, Yoga for Anxiety, Yoga for Girls, and more when not in Quarantine. She currently has a podcast of her meditation recordings up on Spotify.

Citizen Yoga is offering Vimeo classes are available at no cost, and videos can be rented for $8 if you couldn’t catch the class time. Citizen Yoga is also offering no-cost group therapy sessions with local therapists and online workshops and meditations.

The Mix Studios are offering $8 online classes through Zoom. Classes range from mat pilates and yoga to dance fitness and Zumba.

Detroit Barre is offering online classes are being held on Instagram Live through @detroit_barre.

Let’s Detroit helping to connect you with virtual fitness and Yoga classes, with multiple collaborating studios. Some of the spots include Detroit Yoga + Cycle Lab, Dance Revolution, Pure MVMT, Warehouse Pilates, Iyengar Yoga Detroit, and more.

Get Some Fitness virtual options are streaming on Vimeo Premium, and they offer classes varying from boxing, barre, and weight training.

Virtual YMCA is offering tons of resources, information, and online fitness classes including a Play at Home Playbook for kids.

UpDog Yoga From Home Facebook group features live streams and video content from instructors, is available at no cost for those with an unlimited membership at the studio. The plan is for the classes to open up to everyone for $10 starting in April.

Joust CrossFit box has regular workouts of the day and articles about at-home fitness on its blog here, or watch their workout videos on the gym’s YouTube channel.

Midtown Yoga Wellness Center is streaming live classes through Zoom. The studio features a new student special with 30 days of unlimited classes for $49.

Thrive Fitness of Ann Arbor focuses on personal training, group training, self-defense and martial arts. Their YouTube training gym has “Corona Quarantine Edition” at-home workout videos made by Thrive trainers Amir and Alexus.

 

BODY POSITIVE FITNESS EXPERTS

 

ADIDAS SHOES. PHOTO AMY NICOLE / ACRONYM

ADIDAS SHOES. PHOTO AMY NICOLE / ACRONYM

 

No BS Active – Stands for “No Body Shaming,” and is run by Whitney Way Thore, the star of the TLC show My Big Fat Fabulous Life.

Curves with Moves – Jessie Diaz-Herrera is the founder of Curves With Moves and The Body Positive Dance Class. She produces step-by-step instruction to make dance accessible, and also does live and pre-recorded classes.

The Fitness Marshall – Founder Caleb Marshall features plus-size dancers and offers options for different fitness levels with his routines.

 

National Virtual Fitness

 

AB DETAIL WORKOUTS. PHOTO AMY NICOLE / ACRONYM

AB DETAIL WORKOUTS. PHOTO AMY NICOLE / ACRONYM

 

Studio Sweat On Demand is offering a 7-day free spin class, no bike included.

Planet Fitness’ Facebook page offers new daily at-home workouts, which will go live at 7pm EST.

Crunch Fitness is offering members and non-members an online fitness portal called Crunch Live. $9.99 a month or $90 per year, and there’s a 10-day free trial.

OrangeTheory Fitness is still accessible with a collection of free daily workouts on the app. 

 

 

What’s your favorite? Is there one we do not have listed that you’d like to bring to our attention? Let us know in the comments on Facebook!

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