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5 Affordable Workout Apps You Can Stream at Home

5 Affordable Workout Apps You Can Stream at Home

With most gyms still closed due to Coronavirus, it can be challenging to find a consistent workout routine. Fortunately, there are plenty of affordable workout apps you can stream from the comfort of your own home. Here are a few amazing workout apps to check out.

 

1) Peloton

Most people are familiar with Peloton at-home workout bikes, but did you know they also have an incredible app?

From strength, yoga, guided outdoor running, bootcamp, and more, you can find just about any workout to fit your style on the Peloton app. In addition, Peloton also offers live workouts, so you can get the benefit of working out with a class .

Best of all, you can get 30 days free when you sign up. After your free trial, the app is just $12.99 per month, making it an affordable alternative to a gym.

 

2) Tone It Up

If you are looking for a strong community within an app, then check out Tone It Up.

Tone It Up offers thousands of workouts, including HIIT classes, yoga, barre, and more. They also offer live workouts through the app. One unique feature of Tone It Up is they have a large community presence in most major cities. You can join the Tone It Up community in your city and take advantage of in-person meetups and workouts.

Tone It Up offers a 7 day free trial. After that, you pay just $14.99 per month.

 

3) Daily Burn

Whether you’re new to working out or super advanced in your fitness journey, Daily Burn may be a solid option for you.

Daily Burn offers live workouts every single morning. Because of this, they have a huge library of workouts available to you. Not only that, but they offer programs you can commit to, including dancing, kickboxing, weightlifting, HIIT, core, yoga, and more. As a bonus, they have a streaming app, so you can stream it right from your television.

Daily Burn offers a 30 day free trial. After your free trial, you’ll pay $19 per month for their regular membership, with options to upgrade.

 

4) Alo Moves

If barre, medication, and yoga are more your scene, then you have to check out Alo Moves.

Alo has classes from dozens of the world’s top yoga and barre instructors and have classes for every fitness level. Whether you want a 5-minute yoga session, or an hour class, you have plenty of options in Alo Moves.

Alo offers a 30 day free trial, and is just $20 a month after that.

 

5) Sworkit

If you prefer simple workouts that you can squeeze in anytime of the day, then take a look at Sworkit.

With Sworkit, you can set the amount of time you have, and it will choose a workout for you. Even if you have only 1 minute, you can get in a solid workout with Sworkit. If there are moves you don’t love, you can simply skip them and it will provide you with an alternative.

Sworkit offers a free basic membership, or you can upgrade your membership for $9.99 per month.

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