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Work out to these NYC fitness classes you can stream from home

Many gyms are offering free trials right now to start 2021 off right.

Shaye Weaver
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Shaye Weaver

Gyms in New York City may be open, but with cases climbing right now, a lot of New Yorkers are opting to work out at home. Luckily, a number of gyms and instructors are offering their workouts via livestream. Most of them are offering limited free trials with a subscription that you can cancel later if you're not feeling it.

Keep an eye out on your fitness instructors' and gyms' social media pages because many are announcing live workouts and deals through the next few weeks.

Here are a few local offerings you can jump on now:

305Fitness (cardio dance): Access to new daily classes, which help burn calories while strengthening to bumpin' grooves by a live DJ. There's a free seven-day trial available and then it's $28.99 a month.

Sputnik Yoga (yoga): Various yoga, barre and HIIT classes daily on Zoom. Classes are donation-based.

Yoga Agora (yoga): Online classes on Zoom with a suggested donation of $11.

Loom (yoga): Several daily streamed classes are offered. Dropping in is just $11 but packages can be bought for $55 (five classes) and $99 (10 classes). A monthly membership is $49 and a year is $468. All packages offer streamed classes.

Chelsea Piers Fitness (gym)Members get on-demand access to online classes, but Chelsea Piers also offers virtual fitness classes to the public daily, including yoga and pilates—for free on Zoom.

Refine Method (intervals and circuits): Two to three online classes daily, including Refine Recovery classes, for $20 per class.

And more general fitness classes you can find online:

OBE Fitness (cardio, strength & flexibility): 22 live classes each day and more than 5,000 total to choose from. You can sign up for a free first month of guided at-home workouts.

P.volve (low-impact strengthening): Access hundreds of workouts on demand, with new videos added weekly and a variety of class types as well as structured plans for max results. You can try this service for free for 14 days. Then it's $19.99 a month.

Physique57(Barre): Unlimited access to more than 300 barre classes with 14 Calendars curated to fit your goals and new workouts added weekly. You can try it out with a seven-day free trial of recorded classes. It's $24.99 a month after that.

Melissa Wood Health (low-impact): A new workout is added every Monday morning, plus Friday Bonus Flows, to more than 100 workouts, including a treadmill series and guided meditiations. Try it out with a free seven-day free trial and free live-streamed classes on Instagram. It's $9.99 a month.

Daily Burn (cardio kickboxing, HIIT, Barre, yoga, more): Almost 200 workouts are streamed, including 10-minute tone, barre, yoga, kickboxing and cardio. After 60 days, Daily Burn is $19.95/month 

Blink Fitness (gym): All fitness content, more than 500 classes from cardio to meditation, from Daily Burn, Aaptiv, Gaiam and Shape on Blink's app. You'll need a membership to access the classes and can try it for free for 30 days. After that memberships are as low as $15 per month.

Planet Fitness (gym): The Planet Fitness App has exclusive training series powered by iFit, including two cardio, two strength and two dumbbell series, which are free for everyone.

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