Gyms may not be reopening anytime soon. So as you wait, here’s our continuing list of online workouts you can do in the safety of your home.
The boxing studio in Bonifacio Global City offers lessons on its Instagram (@flyweight.ph), from conditioning to off-the-bag routines and heavy bag workouts. It also offers “Flyweight: Homegrown,” a 60-minute boxing-inspired class—a mix of shadow boxing techniques and conditioning exercises—on Zoom for P400 per class.
If you’ve always been curious about this workout that was introduced in the country by The Spa wellness director Tanya Tan, now is your chance to join for free. The studio (www.barre3.com) offers a free trial good for 15 days. It will give you access to new workouts and collections, and unlimited access to hundreds of streamable workouts, including workout collections handpicked by master trainers.
Boutique workouts are delivered straight to your homes. This is a premium fitness video platform that brings together top-quality, curated content from boutique gyms and instructors for users on the go. Workout is free for the first 30 days. This is perfect for anyone who loves high-intensity group exercise. It also offers classes barre, Pilates, cardio kickboxing, high-intensity interval training (HIIT), sports conditioning, dance, yoga, bodyweight sculpting and boot camp.
The first studio in the country to offer hot yoga holds online streaming of classes on YouTube (Bikram Yoga Manila Makati). Schedules are posted on its Facebook page (Bikram Yoga Manila).
Gyms are closed, but online classes can be viewed on their YouTube page (AF Elites).
The web and phone app should be useful to anyone whose schedule this quarantine is full of meetings. It offers quick 28-minute and 10-minute classes that easily fit into any calendar. It focuses on muscle definition, cardio and flexibility. There are also sweat-themed classes, such as Cardio Boxing and HIIT, and Define-based classes like Pilates and Strength. See www.obefitness.com. Live and on-demand fitness classes now accessible via its free trial.
The first indoor cycling studio in the Philippines (also first featured in Lifestyle) now offers online classes. Feel the burn in your quads and hams via Electric Bike at Home. It offers all-inclusive rental packages—your bike, shoes, weights and classes are delivered to you. Check out www.electricstudio.ph for a list of packages. INQ