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Celebrity Fitness: The Class by Taryn Toomey

The Class by Taryn Toomey

In highly emotive times like these, finding physical and emotional balance is more important than ever. But thankfully, wellness – no matter where you are hunkering down these days – is well within reach with the boom of online fitness. 

How does it all work? Simply pay a monthly subscription rate, download an app, browse the offerings, and stream the class you want. So ahead, four terrific workouts that’ll help you achieve peace of body and mind for weeks to come – wherever you are.

Celebrity Fitness: The Class by Taryn Toomey

The Class by Taryn Toomey

What: The Class by Taryn Toomey

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How much: $40 per month or $400 per year, but The Class is offering a free two-week trial 

Why: The New York-based workout with a cult following – Naomi Watts and Christy Turlington are devotees – is tough to categorize, but imagine a sweat-drenched hour combining the repetition of deceptively simple-looking movements, cathartic grunting, and a rousing soundtrack. In short? Each hourlong session is equal parts grueling and grounding. And in Toomey’s words: “Through physical movement, we can ‘work out’ mental and emotional behaviors to create new ways to experience life.”

Celebrity Fitness: The Be.Come Become Project Bethany C. Myers

The Be.Come Project

What: the be.come project

How much: $35 per month, receive $5 off with the promo code “staysafe”

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Why: Think exercising longer translates to better? Allow Bethany C. Meyers change your mind. An ardent advocate of gender and body neutrality (Meyers is non-binary), their 25-minute workouts – which are created weekly and intended to be repeated per your comfort level – are a unique hybrid of pilates and dance. And why just one new routine a week? The aim is to help you learn the moves faster and more efficiently, so by the end of the seven days – the session morphs into meditation.

Celebrity Fitness: Peloton Digital

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What: Peloton Digital

How much: $12.99 per month, but Peloton is offering a free 90-day trial 

Why: You already know this is the bike that revolutionized home fitness by making its cycling classes just as intense and competitive as in-studio versions. What you might not know? You don’t need one to take a Peloton class. Becase with the app, you can get your heart rate up in nine other categories, like meditation, boot camp, and outdoor running. Even better? You can filter all Peloton offerings based on length, instructor, even music genre.

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Celebrity Fitness: Daily Burn

Daily Burn

What: Daily Burn

How much: $19.95 a month, but Daily Burn is offering a free 60-day trial

Why: Ideal for those who’ve ever been apprehensive about exercising in general, Daily Burn champions fitness for all – no matter your age, level, or body type. With over 2,000 video and audio workouts ranging from “True Beginner” to “Black Fire” led by celebrity fitness guru Bob Harper, along with community support, the app makes it a breeze to customize a regimen to meet you where you are – and to help you reach your longer-term goals.

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