Do your workouts for free on your TV with these 5 apps

Do your workouts for free on your TV with these 5 apps

Do your workouts for free on your TV with these 5 apps

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With spring fast approaching, it’s the perfect season to spruce up your wellness pursuits. Rather than spending money on gym memberships or personal trainers, step up your exercise routine for free. Online fitness classes are available for streaming, allowing you to train in the comfort of your own home.


What you prefer exercise with equipment, avoid lifting weights, are eager to try yoga or train for a half marathon, you can commit to a fitness program without driving anywhere. Turn on your TV and join a free streaming workout to help you reach your goals. Here are some of the best places to start.

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YouTube is the most obvious stop for fitness content. You’ll find a variety of styles, sneakers, and niche flats; whether you’re looking for weightlifting, dance, yoga, full-body workout, or cycling classes, there’s something for everyone on YouTube. To help you navigate the scene, we suggest a few channels for you to check out here.

Visit channels like The Yoga Room or Yoga with Adriene for beginner yoga techniques, Grow with Jo for walking routines, Fitness Blender for multiple intensity levels, and Chloe Ting, Simeon Panda and others for a variety of workouts. Stream YouTube to your smart TV or stream it to your TV screen from your phone.

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Launched in 2019, FitOn offers hundreds of free on-demand and live workouts that include strength training, HIIT, cardio, yoga, walking, dance, prenatal, and circuits. Home to a range of high and low impact sequences, the app offers routines suitable for individuals or entire families. You have the possibility to choose your level of intensity, the duration of the session or the target body zone.

Follow professional trainers or celebrity instructors like Gabrielle Union, Jonathan Van Ness or Jeanette Jenkins to discover HIIT workouts, yoga and body sculpting exercises. And every day, FitOn offers live group classes that you can attend without anyone seeing you. New classes are added to the app every month. You can stream workouts to your TV or stream them to Fire TV, Google TV, Roku, and Apple TV.

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During the pandemic, CorePower Yoga began offering some of its classes online for free. Although the majority of its content can be accessed with a paid membership, you can also stream its collection of free courses without being a paid member.

Lasting 20 minutes to an hour, each of the seven sessions focuses on a different area. Keep in mind that in yoga, it’s normal for beginners to follow one or more of the same routines daily as the body and mind get used to the new practice. Download the CorePower Yoga app on Roku, Fire TV, Android TV, or Apple TV to stream the free classes. If you are interested in a paid subscription, you can try it for free for a week.

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Prime Video members have access to Amazon’s free library of exercise videos covering Pilates, yoga, strength training, weightlifting and other practices. The Exercise and Fitness section of the platform has fitness content for all ages. Among the highlights: you can stream workouts from Maggie Binkley or do a 10-day yoga challenge with Chelsey Jones.

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Fawesome is known as a streaming service that offers movies and TV shows, but the app also offers fitness-dedicated content on its Healthy Living channel. You can stream videos for barre, cardio, yogalates, kettlebell, full body sequences and more. And most workouts are short and sweet. Stream the Fawesome app to Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV or your smart TV.

Do you want more ? Netflix makes exercise easier with its new The Nike Training Club rangeor practice mindfulness with Head space content. Samsung’s new smart TVs have a wellness center, and Tubi users can access over 100 free fitness videos (including Jane Fonda classics). You can also get to work with these paid subscription services for your workouts.


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