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Your coronavirus virtual workout class guide

Plenty of local and national studios are offering virtual classes to help keep you active while you're stuck at home

CLEVELAND — Just because you might be stuck at home, that's no excuse to spend the entire time on your couch. 

If you're looking for some motivation to get up and exercise during your coronavirus quarantine, there are plenty of national and local options for online, on-demand, and sometimes free virtual classes. 

There's all sorts of classes out there, barre, yoga, boxing, body weight exercises and more. 

Below is a (semi-) full list of virtual workout options to keep you in shape at home: 

*If you know of any that we missed, reach out on social media, and on our Contact Us page.*

Nike Training Club:

The Nike Training Club app has been free for a while, but now, until further notice, NTC Premium content is available for free, and they're sharing workouts and tips daily over on their Instagram page.


Peloton is offering a 90-day free trial on their app, and you don't even need a bike. They have classes in yoga, strength training and more.

Blink Fitness:

Every weekday at 8 a.m. on Blink's Facebook page, they host free live guided workouts. But if you miss the morning stream, you can catch up with all their archived workouts. They have arm and ab workouts, full body workouts, and more

Orange Theory:

Orange Theory is posting daily 30-minute workout videos on their website. No equipment required, except for maybe some everyday household items. 

Gold's Gym: 

Gold's Gym has made their AMP app free until May 31, just use the promotional code FIT60. The app has hundreds of workouts and even more DJ mixes to motivate you during your workout. You can also check out a huge catalog of videos on their website for things like bodyweight exercises, high intensity interval training, boot camp and more.

Planet Fitness:

Planet Fitness is offering "Work-In" classes every day at 7 p.m. on Facebook Live.

Retro Fitness:

Retro Fitness is offering free Facebook Live workouts weekdays at 6 p.m. Today's workout is Pilates. They also have a catalog of free workouts on their YouTube page, and some at-home workouts on their app.


The YMCA just released YMCA 360, a platform for on demand classes. And right now, it's free for a limited time. They have videos for classes on yoga, bootcamp, barre, weightlifting, tai chi, and boxing. They also have classes for children, with youth soccer and training, older adult classes too.

One to One Fitness:

One to One Fitness at Case Western Reserve has a whole host of classes available for free to everyone via Zoom, the video meeting app your kids are probably going to school onThere's a full list of workouts on their Facebook Events page. Just sign up and join the Zoom conference. They have classes as frequently as three times a day. 

Crossfit CLE:

Crossfit CLE is posting crossfit routines every weekday on their Facebook and Instagram pages.

Harness Cycle: 

Harness Cycle in Cleveland is offering virtual classes with their instructors. You can check out what they offer with a 7-Day trial right now. 


Victoria Brown is an Under Armour ambassador and Soul Cycle instructor. She's streaming tons of workouts on her Instagram Live, sometimes as often as three times a week. But if you miss the live stream, you can check out the archives on Instagram TV

Groove Ryde:

With their studios closed, GrooveRyde has launched their digital studio. Even if you're not a member, you can still sign up for classes. Drop-in registration is available for $12 per class, or you can buy packages for discounts. Registration ends 15 minutes before class.


Psycle Therapy in Westlake is promoting workout classes from their trainers on their Facebook page. One of their instructors, Maria Zemen will be hosting sessions on Facebook Live twice a week, and the best part is you don't need any equipment.

Inner Bliss Yoga Studio:

Inner Bliss Yoga Studio in Rocky River and Westlake have been hosting Facebook Live sessions for a few weeks now. They have about five classes a day. They're asking for payments of $5 per class via Venmo. You can check out the full schedule on their website.

Cleveland State University Virtual Rec:

You can check out a whole bunch of free classes and routines. Pre-recorded workout videos are available on their Instagram page; live classes are broadcast on Zoom video conferencing. The full schedule is on their website, offering things like yoga, high intensity interval training, core blast and more. They even have activities to keep your mind sharp, like daily mindfulness reminders and puzzles.

Tremont Athletic Club:

Tremont Athletic Club is creating a bunch of follow along workout videos on their website and on YouTube. You can donate to the instructors via PayPal on their site too. Or if you're looking for something more catered to your specific needs, they have online training sessions for varying prices.


Barre3 in Solon is hosting virtual classes on Zoom. You can join for free for 15 days. Just sign up for a class and they'll send you the link to the Zoom meeting. 

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