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Get fit at home with these online workouts and fitness classes from Boston gyms and studios

There's no excuse for skipping a workout.

By
Eric Grossman
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Did you skip out on your workouts and now feel unprepared to emerge as we enter Phase 3 of reopening? Maybe you ordered a bit too much takeout, delivery or curbside pickup, or spent hours consuming mind-melting amounts of Boston-themed content. There's no excuse for skipping out on a workout since many Boston gyms and fitness studios are offering online alternatives to their typical workouts. From real-time classes via Zoom to downloadable instructional videos, step up your fitness routine with these online fitness options. Some gyms are offering private sessions too. If nothing else, be sure to get outside and get some fresh air (while safely social distancing) at Boston parks and nearby hikes.

BKBX Allston is hosting daily virtual classes — cardio circuit, power burn and more — on Instagram Live. Classes are designed to make use of what you have at home for weights and other equipment.

Down Under School of Yoga has a library of free audio classes as well as live-streaming of its full schedule of classes via Zoom.

Lynx Fitness Club is slowly reopening, but still offers on-demand workouts for you to do at home.

EverybodyFights is hosting daily workouts — cardio, full-body and bags — on Instagram Live. Check out the website for a schedule then join in on Instagram.

barre n9ne is offering virtual barre and pilates classes for adults AND kids, live via Zoom.

Asana Charlestown is offering virtual classes to members via Zoom. Non-members can purchase a virtual class pass to participate. Outdoor classes are also available.

Boston Body is open for private sesstions and hosts pilates classes via Zoom plus a digital subscription series.

Upward Spiral Studio continues to host online conditioning, Gyrokinesis and Pilates group classes via Zoom.

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