10 of the Best Online Workouts

January 26, 2017

You cannot out-train a bad diet, henceforth, eating healthy is just as important as exercising.

Credit: Lissa Ogden (used with permission)

You cannot out-train a bad diet, henceforth, eating healthy is just as important as exercising.

It is a common goal for most Academy girls to work out regularly, maintain a healthy diet, and to generally live a healthy lifestyle. However, with rigorous academic and extracurricular schedules, it can be hard to find time to go to the gym. Using an online workout program can prove to be beneficial, as it can be accessed from the comfort of your own home, on your own time, and most of them also include meal plans and recipes to help structure an all around healthy lifestyle. Below are ten of the best online fitness programs:

1.Kayla Itsines BBG Sweat with Kayla

COST: $19.99/month, $54.99/3 months

Kayla’s “Sweat with Kayla” BBG program includes a meal plan with five new recipes each day, a manual water tracker, and a personalized exercise schedule.  Each daily exercise runs exactly 28 minutes long in seven minute high intensity intervals, targeting areas such as abs, arms, legs, cardio, and full body. The program offers a free seven day trial, and if that is not enough to inspire someone to get in shape, take a look through some of the before and after transformations that women who have used this program have shared on the app of the website. The creator of the program also recently published a book, “28 Day Healthy Eating and Lifestyle Guide” that has been featured on platforms including Daily Mail, Today, Women’s Health, The New York Times, Cosmopolitan, Popsugar, The View, and more.

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2.Booya

COST: $9.99/month, $26.99/3 months, $99.99/12 months

This program includes exercises ranging from areas such as barre, pilates, cardio kickboxing, hiit, sports conditioning, and dance (ethic). The program also includes “challenges” such as the 14 Day Clean Eating Challenge, 21 Day Body Chisel, and many more.

3.Blogilates

COST: free

This program includes a workout calendar, challenges, videos, printables, meal plans, recipes, and a blog. The exercises target areas such as abs, arms, back, butt, obliques, cardio, and pilates. The website also includes a before and after feature where women who use the program can share and celebrate their success and the success of others.

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4.Crunch 

COST: $9.99/month, $90/12 months

This program is inspired by Crunch gym and includes 85+ online video workouts modeled off of some of the gym’s most popular classes ranging from pilates to barre.

5.BeFiT

COST: free

This website includes blog-style articles on topics such as fitness, yoga, dance, nutrition recipes, and health hacks, meditation, holistic healing

6.Udaya

COST: $12/month

This program is mainly centered around yoga, however it also offers courses on barre, core, and meditation. You can choose classes based on length, level, styles, focus points, and challenges such as a 7 day workshop and 39 day yoga challenge.

 

7.Daily Burn

$14.95/month

This program includes high-intensity cardio, pilates, yoga, dance, strength training videos taught by certified trainers. It has also been featured in Today, NBC, The View, ABC, Parenting, Shape, Vanity Fair, Fitness, The New York Times, and Self.

8.Tone It Up

COST: free

This workout program focuses on the community all going through the programs together. It includes tips and workouts ranging from lifestyle, total body, legs, abs, butt, cardio, yoga, kettle bells, advice, daily workouts, and recipes.

9.Body Rock

COST: free

Body Rock has over 130 hours of different workouts and bootcamps ranging from levels such as beginner, intermediate, and advanced. The website also includes tips and meal plans on food & diet, weight loss, and lifestyle.

10.Tara Stiles

COST: free

This website is mostly designed as a blog to help women in their journey to be strong, focused, and ridiculously happy from the inside out. It is entirely based on yoga and also includes healthy recipes and intensive training events that people can actually attend with multitudes of other people who use the program.

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While all of these programs are structurally similar, each one offers unique and personalized training programs that can help serve as a guideline to getting in shape.

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