I used to hate working out at home. Then Covid happened and it became the new normal. Even now out of the Covid world I still prefer working out at home. I have tried TONS of at-home workouts and to me, these are the best at-home workouts available.
Best At-Home Workouts
- Melissa Wood Health: I followed Melissa Wood Health on Instagram for a while and I really wanted to try it out. You can do a 7-day free trial so I did that and I was hooked. I love that it’s affordable $9.99 a month. Plus it really works! I love anything barre, pilates, and yoga-based. After the first two workouts, I was legit sore.
- Pure Barre Go: I have been doing Pure Barre for nearly 11 years! I love having the ability to do it at home with Pure Barre instructors. You can get a 7-day free trial and then it’s $29.99 a month.
- Open Fit: You can get Open Fit workouts on Beachbody now which I believe has a free trial as well!
- SarahBeth Yoga: This is on YouTube and it’s free. I have been doing her Yoga workouts for a few years. She even has prenatal and postnatal that were great for me. I love doing her morning yoga flow the most.
- Peloton App: You can do a free trial of the Peloton app which we did before we bought our Peloton. This is such a great way to see if you like different instructors and class types. They have thousands and thousands of classes. This is my favorite way to work out at home.
- Obe Fitness: Another great app to use for all different sorts of workouts! You can do a 7-day free trial then it’s $25 a month! They have thousands and thousands of workouts to choose from for all different levels of fitness.
- Tracy Anderson Method: I have not tried this but I am dying to! You can do a 2-week free trial and then it’s a monthly fee! There are also studios in several cities!
I love the convenience of working out at home and these are some really great options. I think when you have a workout plan it’s much easier to stick to something and you are bound to find something you like here!
What are some of your best at-home workouts you’ve found?
This post was originally published in 2020 and has been updated for 2022.