Coronavirus may have sent the UK into lockdown but there is a silver lining: you can now do Barry’s Bootcamp from your bedroom. It is just one of the gyms that are hosting live-streamed workouts on Instagram. Here’s our pick of the channels to tune into…
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Barry’s Bootcamp made history on Tuesday when it streamed its first 30-minute workout via Instagram Live with master trainer Anya Lahiri. It will continue to stream several bodyweight workouts per day, which also includes a run with guide speeds for those who have access to a treadmill. Follow @barrysuk. Meanwhile, some of its other trainers have been busy setting up run clubs in the community. Follow @mariko.body and @harry.sellers for details.
Psycle has also gone digital and will be streaming a number of daily workouts, from sweaty HIIT sessions to strength meets barre classes. Follow @psyclelondon
Frame have launched online classes for endorphins on demand – they’re calling it their 8th studio. Access 3 genres of SWEAT, SCULPT and PARTY which are made up of 20 classic FRAME classes with all your favourite instructors. Expect Dance Cardio, Frame Rave, 80’s Aerobics, Box Fit, Total Body, Ass and Abs, Bend it like Barbie, Mat Pilates, Dynamic Stretch, Barre, HIIT and Strength. It will cost £10.99 per month. For more information on the launch, make sure to sign up to the FRAME newsletter or keep your eyes on @moveyourframe.
Digme kicked off its at-home offering with a live power yoga and yin session. Follow @digmefitness to keep up-to-date with their daily Instagram workouts, such as its signature core and HIIT sessions.
The legends at F45 Tottenham Court Road are bringing you live bodyweight workouts from its basement studio. Follow @f45_tottenhamcourtroad
Rowbots is planning lots of things to ensure its members can train to stay sane during isolation. It intends to live-stream classes for those who have access to a rowing machine, release a library of online home workouts and run a bootcamp in Regent’s Park. Follow @rowbotslondon
JAB the boxing club has launched online workouts. Tune in for an old school session with George Veness via their Youtube channel. First class drops 20th March.
Core Collective hasn’t gone down the IG route but on Monday 23rd March it will launch its own on-demand fitness video service called ‘CCTV’. The service will be available to stream on your mobile and laptop and will encompass the entire Core Collective offering including Sweat, Train, Strength, Pilates, Yoga and more. It will cost £12.99 per month or at a discounted rate of £9.99 a month if bought as an annual subscription. Visit core-collective.co.uk
Main photo: Core Collective
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