I've been using fitness apps for almost five years, but have been consistently using Obé Fitness for two years now. The classes are a great workout, yet the 28 minutes go by super fast, and I’m not counting down the minutes till it’s over. You don't technically need any equipment for the workout, but you can "level up" with simple equipment, such as a resistance loop, weights, and sliders. Plus, I feel like I’m actually getting a good workout and am sore after many workouts. They offer both live and on-demand classes in so many different varieties, including strength, HIIT, sculpt, yoga, barre, and dance.
BuzzFeed Canada Shopping Editor Alice Prendergast recommends Alo Moves. She says: "One thing I have done a lot of in quarantine is work out. It helps me manage stress and puts me in a better headspace, but I can't do it without the help of a coach. Alo Moves is, hands down, one of the best programs I’ve tried (and I've tried a lot of programs). Callie Gulickson's classes are my absolute favorite, and my boyfriend loves doing the more challenging yoga flow classes. I enjoy switching up my routine and trying new classes and because Alo Moves has hundreds, I rarely get bored."
Get a subscription to Obé for $27/month or $199/year or a subscription to Alo Moves for $20/month or $199/year.
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