The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has many people around the world practicing safe social distancing, which in turn has resulted in an uptick of at-home workouts.
New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut governors announced that gyms have been ordered to close in an effort to limit the spread of COVID-19.
"We have agreed to a common set of rules that will pertain in all of our states," New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in a statement. "So don't even think about going to a neighboring state thinking there's going to be a different set of rules."
Additionally, popular boutique fitness studios, as well as personal trainers, have continually made efforts to abide by CDC guidelines encouraging social distancing.
Popular gyms such as Equinox and Planet Fitness have also frozen accounts amid the coronavirus crisis.
Nike Master Trainer Kirsty Godso posted and demonstrated a five-minute "Glider Workout" routine on Instagram.
"Resharing + sharing more of some of my favourite ways to stay calm and confident during this time in the comforts of your home," Godso said in a caption.
Platforms such as ClassPass, which allow users to have access to a variety of gyms and studios as well as mainstream gyms such as Equinox, have allowed customers to pause memberships without penalties.
Ahead, check out other fitness companies that are following suit to make working out at home more accessible for all via online classes, mobile apps, and more.
This well known bootcamp-style fitness studio has launched virtual 35-minute classes that can be booked online or though the Barry's app. Each class sells for $20.
Nike Training Club App
The Nike Training App offers a variety of free workouts designed by trainers, and they just made their premium version (that has even more workouts) completely free for members. The mobile app includes everything from HIIT-style workouts to yoga flows for all fitness levels. Membership is usually $14.99 per month or $119.99 annually.
Peloton is currently offering a 90-day free trial to their full library of digital classes, which includes cycling, meditation, yoga running and more. After 90 days, subscriptions are $12.99 monthly.
The total-body and strengthening fitness platform is offering a free 30-day streaming trial. With it, you get access to hundreds of workouts. Use promo code ONEPVOLVE after creating an account. P.volve is also providing free 15-20 minute workouts on Instagram Live and 10 post-workouts on YouTube. Monthly plans start as low as $19.99.
This popular fitness app includes a wide variety of workouts by several different trainers, including founder Kayla Itsines. There are two plans available: one for $19.99 a month and another option for $119.94 yearly.
The FitOn app offers free fitness classes that include everything from HIIT to strength to Pilates.
This bootcamp-style class is offering access to online workouts -- no equipment needed -- for $9 a month. The company also will be hosting l ive online workouts for those who sign up through the MindBody app.
Yoga lovers rejoice! This NYC-based yoga studio is offering a free week of Sky Ting TV ($20 monthly), the company's video platform, which features a variety of yoga routines.
If you are looking for a fun dance cardio-style workout, 305 fitness has lots of amazing free classes available to watch and follow along with, on their YouTube page.
This popular barre studio is offering a 7-day free trial to their on-demand online classes. Monthly plans are available for $24.99
Tracy Anderson Method
This full-body workout blast that many celebrities love, is offering a two-week free trial to try their online studio classes. Subscriptions generally cost $808.50 annually or $90 monthly.
Obé Fitness has 14 live classes a day and 4,000+ on-demand workouts, with classes added daily. Right now, you can access a 7-day free trial. Annual membership is $199 yearly or $27 monthly.
Barre lovers can get a similar burn at home with a 15-day free trial to online classes from Barre 3. Online access is $29 a month afterwards.
After temporarily closing all studios, CorePower Yoga has yogis covered with a variety of free online classes through their CorePower Yoga On Demand platform.
This widely beloved UK-based activewear brand announced all home workouts are now free on their conditioning mobile app.
Fhitting Room, one of NYC's most popular HIIT-style boutique studios, is offering 30 days of complimentary on-demand workouts.
There are also a variety of free at-home workouts that can be accessed anytime on YouTube.
This story originally posted on March 23, 2020.