Fitness On Demand
Between holiday gatherings, tree trimming, and gift wrapping, getting to the gym can seem impossible. But there are more and more ways to stream exercise content from home via your TV, laptop, or smartphone. If you have cable, browse on-demand channels, as most companies offer free yoga or cardio videos as part of their packages. Roku has a huge library of fitness apps, both free (Yoga Daily, Free Workout Channel) and paid
(Daily Burn, $19.95 per month); search “exercise” or “fitness” to find one you like. Gold’s Amp ($9 per month)
and The Blink App ($15 per month or free for Blink Fitness members)
can be accessed via smartphone or tablet, and each has a huge portfolio of audio and video workouts created by gym-affiliated personal trainers; Blink also offers healthy recipes and guided meditations to support head-to-toe health.
All Out Studio ($15 per month or $100 for a year), available through streaming devices like Apple TV, has workout videos from trusted brands—Prevention is among them, as are Women’s Health, Men’s Health, and Runner’s World. Whether you love kettlebells or a sweaty dance routine, you’re totally covered.