Staying active while on order to stay-at-home is good for your mental and physical health. But you don’t have to resort to a homemade treadmill with dish soap and a tile floor to get moving indoors. Plenty of D.C. fitness studios are streaming online classes, so you can still get your workout in at home.
The DuPont Circle studio may be closed, but Barry’s is streaming free workouts twice a day on Instagram live. Most workouts require no equipment. However, for some specific band workouts, you can purchase the Band Together Fit Kit. Barry’s is a High Intensity Interval workout.
Fuse focuses on building strength and flexibility with low-impact, toning exercises. Check out Fuse’s schedule for a full list of their live streamed classes. Each 55 minute live class will pick three different body parts to work out.
Fuel Body Lab
Fuel Body Lab has Live at Home Zoom classes for barre, pilates, and tabata. Barre is a full body workout that focuses on high reps of small range movements and incorporates movements from ballet. Tabata is High Intensity Interval Training.
Down Dog Yoga
D.C. yogis fear not. Down Dog’s website has multiple free recorded Yoga classes. You can also sign up to take a class live. They are live streaming their Power 60 class, an all-level class that moves through Sun Salutations, grounded postures, and backbends, and stabilizes your core.
202 Strong focuses on full-body strength and circuit training for beginners and up. Their Youtube channel streams and records workouts every day so you can keep up your workout regime at home. You also can email them for virtual personal training.
With this wide variety of workout offerings, turning your home into a fitness studio is easier than you might think. Exercise is one of the best ways to stay active, connected, and healthy while stuck at home, and D.C. fitness studios will be there with you along the way, no matter where you’re tuning in from.