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For $50 a month or $8 per video, celebrity trainer Anna Kaiser (whose clients include Kelly Ripa, Shakira and Sarah Jessica Parker) will train you at home using her super-popular AKT In Motion method. Expect subtle but increasingly muscle-shaking movements interspersed with really fun dance cardio.
All you need for ChaiseFitness' subtly intense ballet-inspired workouts is a resistance band--which you can get for $12 for a set of three. The short but effective classes, which target specific areas of the body, cost $9 each for a 30-day period. Good luck making it through the 20-minute Reinvent Legs and Butt routine without at least two breaks.
OK, so you know what you like (barre), and you don’t need anything else. Try Physique57. The boutique studios (found in NYC, the Hamptons and Beverly Hills) let you follow along with a 30-minute class for $5, a 57-minute one for $7 or an unlimited amount for $57 a month. Considering one in-studio class is $34, this is a steal.
For those of you who are well-versed in yoga poses, all you really need is audio. Subscribe to hitPLAYyoga ($20 a month) and follow along with power-vinyasa instructions that range from five minutes to one hour.
Meet your new best friend, FitFusion. It’s basically Netflix for workouts. Cheaper than a single green juice ($6 a month), the site gives you access to Pilates, yoga, dance, conditioning, cardio and, yes, even classes from the patron saint of abs, Jillian Michaels.
First things first: Peloton streams killer spin classes after you buy the brand's $1,995 bike. It's obviously not an option for everyone, but having taken amazing classes with a few of Peloton's awesome instructors, we felt it worth mentioning for anyone in the mood to splurge.
Possibly the greatest thing on the entire Internet, Calm.com is a free way to actively meditate or momentarily de-stress (which--news flash--is just as important as exercising). Use the site or app to hear soothing sounds or guided meditations, ranging from 2 to 20 minutes long.
Motivating yourself to work out is hard. Motivating yourself to work out after getting yourself together, trudging to the gym, sitting in 20 minutes of traffic and then having to fight for your favorite treadmill? A veritable nightmare. That's the beauty of streaming workouts, which you can do anywhere you've got a laptop or computer. From spin classes to body-burning Pilates, consider replacing your gym membership with one of these excellent services.
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