For so many of us, our daily routine includes a gym visit, group workout, or personal training session that is equally as good for our bodies as it is for our minds. However, with most nonessential businesses closed and our daily lives upended, it’s tricky to self-motivate and stay committed to a physical fitness routine. Fortunately, our exercise-focused community has started offering online classes that participants can complete in their living rooms or front yards. Here are just some of Boulder’s best exercise studios and fitness centers that are now offering online classes.
This Boulder gym has gained a loyal following of dedicated patrons who love the friendly, welcoming atmosphere and intense workout. Named for its 45-minute high-intensity, low-impact workouts, Fierce 45 prides itself on encouraging guests to have a mindful practice each time they show up to the studio. Thankfully, the gym has set up live stream classes so practitioners can stay healthy at home. Check out this week’s live stream, here.
Founder Emma Smith was frustrated with the lack of fitness options in Boulder, so she decided to quit her tech recruiting job and open her own boutique exercise studio. To help guests meet their fitness goals, Kondition offers a diverse array of classes that focus on strength training to flexibility, and everything in between. In an effort to combat the stir-crazy mentality, they’ve cataloged many classes online. Select your next workout, here.
Many area personal trainers are switching to online coaching in an effort to keep their current clients in shape and pursuing personal fitness goals. In addition, there are a variety of deals available to first-timers, including a 4-week free trial with one of the experienced trainers at Opex Element 6. Their understanding and skilled personal trainers will hold you accountable, even through a computer screen, and can help create at-home workouts that are equally as effective as workouts at the gym.
This celebrated workout studio has switched to online classes and is offering them for an inexpensive donation of $10-20 per class. That’s like getting a high-intensity, personal training session for a fraction of the cost, and you don’t even have to leave the comfort of your home. Zoom in to cardio, strength, or even postpartum classes to enjoy this unique approach to fitness. New schedules are posted weekly and may be found here.
This studio pivoted in just two days after shutting down. They’re currently offering about 13 virtual classes per week and are teaching private and semi-private sessions virtually. Every Monday since closing, their instructors have taught a donation-based class, where 100% of the proceeds go to a different local organization, providing resources for those impacted. Weekly schedules can be found on their website here.
During the COVID-19 shutdown, the Baron Baptiste-affiliated Radiance is offering live-streamed classes through Zoom. They are working on a limited schedule right now, but they intend to ramp up to a full schedule very soon! Find their current schedule here.
Yoga Pod’s studio is temporarily closed to the public due to health concerns, but the instructors are offering livestream classes right now. For those searching for something a little more hardcore, check out their podFIT classes. To sign up and learn more about the online offerings, click here.
Dance To Be Free’s mission is to radically improve the lives of incarcerated women through the healing power of dance. Every Saturday at 10am MDT, DTBF is dancing live for the cause! To purchase your classes and see the schedule, click here.