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Keep On Top Of Your Fitness. The Best Home Workout Options

So, here we are deep in another lockdown. With gyms closed, many of us are wondering how we can keep fit, especially as poor weather blankets Devon and Cornwall this week. Thankfully there are lots of home workout plans you can sign up to, some of which are free.

Try these on for size to keep the blood pumping and get in shape, even if you don’t have weights at home.

FIIT

If you’re serious about home workouts, FIIT very much looks the part. With more than 600 workouts and 20 training plans, FIIT will get you fit right from the comfort of your own living room.

There are weights based exercises as well as options for no equipment. Think HIITs and body weight focused exercises. The classes are run by experienced trainers and are tailored to all levels of fitness.

The first 14 days are totally free so you can see if FIIT is a good fit for you. After that, a rolling monthly subscription is £20 or £45 for three months.

Who is it for?: People serious about their fitness goals.

Own Your Goals with Davina

If you like a familiar face with your workouts, Davina McCall is ready to get you in shape. With 350 workouts and a recipe bank, Own your Goals is designed to look at your whole lifestyle not just your fitness.

Most of the workouts are aimed at women, although there men will find plenty to get them working up a sweat too.

There is a good variety of workouts, from HIITs to dance workouts and boxercise. And at £9.99 a month, its good value too. Find out if Davina is for you with a 14 day free trial.

Who is it for?: Women looking for an accesible fitness plan

Results Wellness Lifestyle

Previously known as Results With Lucy (Mecklenberg, from TVs TOWIE), this platform has had a rebrand in 2020. It’s one of the most comprehensive and generous home workout platforms on our list, with over 1000 workouts and a huge bank of 600 recipes for all diets.

There are tons of workouts from simple exercises for beginners through to intense HIITs and weight programs.

RWL was previously aiming specifically at women, but word on the street is that they are looking at increasing their workouts for the guys.

Another reason to try out RWL is the huge 30 day free trial, which beats the other offers on this list. After that, you’ll be looking at a subscription of £19.99 per month.

Who is it for?: People looking for a good selection of workouts and healthy recipes

The Body Coach

Were you one of those working out with Joe Wicks during the first lockdown in 2020? Well, you’ll already know about how The Body Coach works. His brand of cheeky character and fun workouts definitely got the nation jumping around in their living rooms.

His home workout platform is also very popular, offering a number of exercise plans based around the high intensity workout plan. There are also 150 food plans, for a variety of diets.

Currently the app is only available for iOS users (unlike the others on this list).

But one selling point is that Joe offers the lowest price on this list, at just £7.50 per month.

You can also sign up for his 90 Day Fitnes Plan, which is what made Joe famous in the first place.It’s currently just £67.

Who is it for?: People who loved Joe’s enthusiasm in the first lockdown.

Are you going to be signing up to any home workout plans while we’re locked down? Would you even be happy to go to the gym during the Coronavisus pandemic? Let us know in the comments below.

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