6 Best home workouts to do during coronavirus outbreak

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With fitness studios reducing their timetables and some even closing their doors, here are the best home workouts to ensure we can come out the other side of this viral pandemic even stronger…

The best for… a bit of everything

Fiit

Dubbed as the ‘Netflix for workouts’, FiiT is one of the best fitness apps if you’re looking to do a variety of workouts within your own four walls. It works via a mobile app that connects to your TV and gives you access to a library of more than 500 workouts from HIIT classes to Hatha yoga. Its roster of high-profile trainers includes celebrity PT Matt Roberts and Adidas ambassador Adrienne Herbet. To sign up for a free 14-day free trial visit fiit.tv

Centr

Want to build a body like Thor? Then check out Chris Hemsworth’s fitness app, Centr. With over 42 million minutes of customisable exercise in the palm of your hand, alongside meditation techniques and meal plans, Centr provides an insight into a Hollywood-inspired health and fitness regime. Membership starts from £7.83 per month, visit centr.com

Photo: Peloton

The best for… spin

Peloton

Peloton’s streaming service of studio-style spin classes has revolutionised at-home workouts. Its high-tech bikes don’t come cheap (a splurge at almost £2,000), and that’s before you add in the £39 per month streaming service. However, for cycling devotees who choose to see it as an investment, you can enjoy real-time classes or pick for an on-demand library with 5 to 90-minute rides. Peloton offers customers a 30-day trial with the option of a full refund. Visit onepeloton.co.uk

Photo: BoxVR

The best for… boxing

BoxVR

BoxVR is a boxing-inspired virtual reality fitness app that turns your VR equipment into a personal trainer. Put on a VR headset and immerse yourself in one of the high-intensity routines choreographed by professional instructors. Jab, weave and uppercut your way through the levels in time to pumping tracks. Available to buy from Steam, Playstation or Oculus for £24.99. Visit fitxr.com

The best for… yoga

Soul Sanctuary

Cat Meffan has reopened the doors of her online yoga membership platform, Soul Sanctuary, in the wake of coronavirus. For £22 per month, you receive three new yoga flows and a guided meditation, as well as access to archived classes from her yearly yoga challenge. Visit catmeffan.com/yoga-membership

Modo Yoga

After deciding to cancel all classes at its NYC studios for the next two weeks, Modo Yoga has launched a series of Instagram Live yoga classes free of charge. Visit @modoyoga to view the daily schedule.

Main photo: FiiT

By Sam

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