4 Places to Find Free Workouts Online
You don't need a gym to stay active—you don't even need any equipment! Thanks to the internet, you can follow along with a wide variety of workouts online from the comfort of your Downtown Dallas apartments. Here are four places you can find free workouts:
Typically, this app offers free and premium paid content, but currently, the premium material is free, too! You can choose low, medium, or high-intensity workouts focusing on specific areas of your body, and select from a variety of workouts that require no equipment at all.
Hundreds of workouts are organized by type, expected calorie burn, difficulty, and equipment needed. Workouts range from just a few minutes to an hour, and there are routines available for foam rolling and breathing exercises, as well. From high-intensity interval training to pilates, kickboxing to low-impact beginner's workouts, you'll find something here to match your fitness level and your interests.
Orangetheory is a studio group training program, but the company is currently posting a free at-home workout on YouTube every day. These workouts incorporate strength and cardio moves and are designed to be used with whatever equipment you have around the house. That might mean dumbbells and resistance bands—or you might use full water bottles and a packed suitcase to give yourself that extra challenge.
Best known for the bike, Peloton also features a variety of treadmill and floor workouts as well as yoga and meditation classes. Right now, Peloton is offering a 90-day free trial of the app. You'll have access to thousands of live and on-demand classes you can do in your living room.
Exercising at home has never been easier thanks to workouts online, and afterward, you can make a post-workout meal or snack in your gourmet kitchen. If you're interested in having your own luxury Dallas high rise apartments to call home, contact us for more information about Cirque Residences.