5 Workout Apps to Try Now
- Written By:Alexandra Perron, Managing Editor
- Photography:Ben Ritter
We all know the pain of trying to find a workout class that fits into a busy schedule or searching for an exciting way to break a sweat in a hotel gym. Sometimes trying to coordinate it all feels like a workout in itself, minus the endorphin rush.
Whether you're looking to take a spin class from the comfort of your living room or want to workout with Gwyneth Paltrow's go-to instructor while on vacation, we made a list of the best (and most convienient) apps to get your body moving at any hour, from anywhere.
Peloton’s updated app goes beyond spin (which you can do from the comfort of your home with the brand's exercise bike) to offer live and on-demand bootcamp, yoga, running and stretching classes. With over 10,000 class options, you’re guaranteed to find one you love.
Barre, yoga, cardio and meditation are all part of Exhale Spa’s new app. Exhale On Demand allows you to stream classes to your TV or workout with the app, turning your home into a private fitness studio (while giving you the abs of your dreams).
Gwyneth Paltrow-approved trainer Tracy Anderson is making her intense (and effective) workouts available from anywhere with her new TA Online Studio. With beginner, intermediate and advanced programs, as well as supplemental workout content, you’ll be able to transform your body from home.
Want to get more out of those 30 minutes on the elliptical? Aaptiv’s team of trainers will talk you through your next workout, pushing you to hit your goals. Use it at the gym or when working out outside. Plus, all the playlists are insanely good.
Whether you’re training for a 5K or a marathon, Nike Run Club will get you there. Enter your race information and goals and the app will create a customizable training program to keep you motivated all the way to the finish line.