5 online workouts to try at home to get that adrenaline and endorphin rush
Is your gym or fitness studio closed? Staying home doesn’t mean you can’t break a sweat.
Your regular yoga studio may have chosen to shut for now, but you can still practice your asanas at home. Alo Moves, an extension of athleisure brand Alo Yoga, streams on-demand yoga, fitness and mindfulness classes. It’s priced at US$20 (S$26.60) per month, but there’s a 14-day free trial to see if its workouts are suited for you.
The Singapore studios of Hollywood's favourite celebrity gym are closed for now, but they're bringing the workouts into your home. Every day at 7am, expect a new bodyweight-focused workout uploaded on @barryssingapore's IGTV.
Bring the energy of spin classes into your home with Ground Zero’s online programmes. Join its RideLIVE live classes on Zoom (from S$16 for a single class), or access its full suite of workouts with the RideZero video on-demand programme (S$49 for a monthly unlimited pass).
For those who like to change things up, Haus Live by Haus Athletics gives you unlimited access to strength, cardio, core yoga, meditation and stretch workouts. There’s a seven day free trial, following which it’ll be just S$10 per week.
In this month of May, online lifestyle portal Voices Wellness is holding its first digital wellness retreat. There are fitness classes including yoga and HIIT, as well as baking demonstrations and wellness-focused webinars.