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With gyms having now officially closed in response to the latest lockdown restrictions, many fitness studios are turning to online workouts and training apps to keep their members moving whilst stuck at home during lockdown.
Whether you’re a fitness newbie or a gym junkie we’ve rounded up the best online workouts from SA’s exercise experts from ten minute cardio sessions to break up your work from home routine, to 45 minutes relaxing yoga flows, perfect for relaxing the mind and stretching the body.
The Brighton, North Adelaide, Tea Tree Gully and Blackwood KX studios have collaborated to ease the strains of any KX addicts mixing out on their pilates fix throughout lockdown.
Studio owner Margot John as well as a number of senior trainers have created a schedule of live instagram workouts, adapting the dynamic KX pilates reformer style to a mat session lasting between 30 and 45 minutes.
You can go live with some of your favourite KX trainers every day, with a special Yin Yoga flow and Meditation planned for a more restful Sunday session.
The sessions are welcome to anyone, not just KX members, and offer a high intensity workout with no equipment necessary.
See the full workout program here.
With a whole library of dance classes ranging from 10 minutes to an hour, Henley studio Move Through Life offers a fun way to get your body moving during lockdown with a range of jazz classes, ballet, tap and ‘ballet burn and sweat’ all designed to get your heart rate up and keep you energised.
Move Through Life are also hosting Facebook Live events including a morning stretch class at 10:30am each day for 30-45 minutes.
There are various classes to suit every experience level and the library can be tested in a 14 Day trial, so why not leave lockdown with a new skill and some great moves to debut once bars are back open!
Find out more about Move Through Life’s online offerings here.
If you’re after a mat pilates class that can be adjusted to any experience level, as well as being within limited room space at home look no further than Körpermotus Pilates.
With each class costing $12, there’s a range of different class times on offer to suit any work from home schedule.
See the full program of online classes here.
Sister fitness studios Unley and Brighton are running daily BFT classes via Zoom to all members. Each day will have a different class in place to keep members in a regular training routine, and in regular contact with the trainers and their BFT community.
The studios will also be active on their social channels, providing daily tips, motivation and support to their social community.
Find out more about BFT on their website here.
This app allows you to train from home alongside some of the fitness industry’s leading personal trainers, including Adelaide local and founder Kayla Itsines who offers high intensity training, a post-pregnancy program, pilates, yoga and strength and conditioning, as well as a number of healthy recipes.
You can trial the Sweat app for free for 7 days.
The team at Marion Personal Training are posting 30 minute workouts perfect for getting your sweat on at home both on their website and Facebook page.
In a special offer for Glam Adelaide readers, those you mention Glam Adelaide when signing up to the site can have a free PT session once lockdown ends.
Move Pilates have created a webpage that gives free access to pre-recorded classes that are usually on their exclusive members only portal.
There are over 80 mat pilates workouts available including a variety of ready to go 21 day challenges for cardio, weights and pre-natal workouts.
To find out more about Move Pilates visit their website here.
The Kidman Park, Norwood and Adelaide CBD East F45 studios are offering live Zoom classes at 6:30, 12:15 and 6pm every weekday throughout lockdown as well as a live Zoom on 7:30 on Saturday for early risers looking to get their sweat on.
As well as live workouts the studios are also offering community zoom events to combat loneliness during lockdown, checking in with their members to keep their fitness journeys going throughout restrictions.
There is also a comprehensive library of pre-recorded workouts with body weight, wellness, mindfulness and stretching options available.
Check out F45 Adelaide here.
Yoga studio Roaming Zen are broadcasting a whole program of online, live Zoom classes for $10 a class, offering barre, an exclusive class for women (the b. class®), dance classes, pilates and yoga in 45 minute sessions, adaptable to the skill level of the whole household.
As many as eight classes a day will be running, including a Sunday session dance class for teens. There is also an on-demand library available with over 100 different pre-recorded workouts available if the times of the live don’t fit in with your lockdown schedule.
Running four classes a day during the week and two over the weekend, the yoga experts at Power Living are offering live classes for all experience levels with their core team members and trainers broadcasting from home.
The 6:30am class provides a one hour session finishing with a guided meditation, with 9:30 and 4:30 classes, as well as a 7:45 restorative yin practice session.
All classes will be available on the Power Living website as well as the full livestream timetable available on the Power Living website.
This family-run studio will be offering free Facebook live workouts everyday during the lockdown, where you can kick off your day with a 45 minute workout starting at 8:30am.
Each workout will be a HIIT style to really get your body moving in the morning, with minimal equipment needed and modifications for each exercise so every skill level can adapt.
Good Life gym members who are missing getting their gains this week will be able to access a huge range of meal plans, fitness videos and workouts through Good Life’s partner apps Les Mills and KuboFit.
Good Life trainers in SA are expected to begin a schedule of live home workouts for gym bunnies to follow along with called Good Live, as has been seen broadcasted from the Good Life Facebook pages across other states such as WA and QLD.
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