We have a few free and fun ways to get moving and out of your head when you can’t get out of the house.
The recent Stay-at-Home order issued in Portland, Oregon has many of us adjusting to the new day to day life of remote work. It can be a hard balance when your work and home life all take place in the same building. Remember to take a few minutes for yourself and your mental wellness – stretch, or engage in a form of exercise you enjoy.
Though we are still able to go outside for walks and recreation (allowing for 6 feet of distance), Portland weather isn’t always so accommodating. If you’re in need of a creative way to move, but don’t have the space for an at home gym, we have a few suggestions.
Portland based BurnCycle, a high energy spin studio, is offering free access to home workouts and lead meditation. Find them here.
If you enjoy HIIT, strength training, boxing, yoga, there’s an app for that. Chris Hemsworth’s app, Centr, is currently offering six weeks of free memberships for new users. It also includes meal plans and guided meditations.
Don’t have any equipment? Keep It Cleaner is offering a free virtual gym with workouts on Wednesdays and Fridays. You can join via their Facebook page.
Annie Belcher, a Melbourne yoga teacher, has free audio yoga classes available for download on her website.
Orange Theory is even getting in on the virtual wave. They are sharing a new workout online every day. You might need equipment for some of the classes, but just a random 3-5kg item, or my personal favorite, a gallon of water, will do.
Daily Burn is a subscription platform with routines for yoga, running, and at-home HIIT workouts. They’re currently offering 60 free days of membership.
The App Store’s highest-rated yoga app, Down Dog, is completely free until April 1st. The offer is also extended to their other apps: Yoga for Beginners, HIIT, Barre, and 7 Minute Workout. For school teachers and health care workers, the app is free until July.
If you need more inspiration, MSN has a few more fun suggestions.