Stay Fit & Healthy during Quarantine

Stay Fit & Healthy during Covid-19 Quarantine

It’s so important in this time to stay in a good exercise routine and stay healthy.  Exercise has been shown to improve your mood, decrease depression, stress and anxiety.  Working out produces changes in the parts of the brain that regulate anxiety and stress and it can increase the production of endorphins, which help increase positive feelings.  Need some motivation during the quarantine to work out? Check out these websites, apps and YouTube channels offering FREE Classes

YOGA BALANCE  Local Manchester, NH yoga studio has 184 classes free to choose from

 BitGym  Virtual Cardio… transports you to 170 iconic destinations from your cardio machine, if you don’t have a machine you can jog / walk in place. No passport required.

 Peloton app FREE Online Classes Everyone has heard of the Peloton Bike, but the Peloton App has yoga, meditation, strength, cycling, running, and other fitness classes that anyone will enjoy to use. They are offering a 90 Day FREE trail during the quarantine

Planet Fitness The Gym may be closed but Planet Fitness is offering FREE classes on their YouTube Channel!  No Equipment Required!

 ZUMBA Strong by Zumba is free on YouTube 7-, 20- or 30-minute workouts! Cardio, muscle conditioning and plyometric training synced to music. No equipment needed. 

 CORE POWER YOGA Offering free online Yoga and Meditation classes -

 LES MILLS An incredible range of classes offering free access to over 100 workouts during the quarantine.

STRETCH & GROW OF THE ROCKIES “Brain Breaks” Geared toward kids health and wellness enrichment company that teaches children age-appropriate fitness and yoga routines.  Check it out on YouTube

FITNESS BLENDER  Offering hundreds of free workout videos ranging in difficulty, length, and body focus.

DOWN DOG five fitness and yoga apps that offer yoga practices or at-home workouts: Down Dog, Yoga for Beginners, HIIT, Barre and 7 Minute Workout. Down Dog is making the apps free until April 1. Students and K-12 teachers have free access until July 1.

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