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For a lot of people (myself included), working out at home just isn’t appealing.
From finding the proper space to scouring your home for weights and equipment, it can be difficult to find the motivation to get moving. And when you finally do get going, it’s not often that you get the same quality workout at home that you would normally get at a real gym or during a workout class led by an instructor.
If you are in need of some real workout guidance during quarantine, you may want to check out Obé Fitness.
Obé Fitness offers both live and on-demand workout classes hosted by fitness professionals that make you feel like you’re taking a studio-quality workout class right at home. With over 4,000 classes at your disposal and new live sessions daily (check out their schedule for times), Obé is one of our favorite hacks for getting a real sweat in from the comfort of our living rooms.
For $27 a month (or $199 a year), users can access classes like pilates, dance, yoga, HIIT and more. Plus, since Obé’s signature classes are only 28 minutes, they’re easy to fit into a packed schedule — they even have 10-minute express classes for when you really don’t have time for a full workout. For a seven-day free trial, plus 50 percent off your first month, you can use the code YAHOO at checkout.
Obé also offers classes at a variety of levels, so whether you are new to working out or it’s already part of your daily routine, there’s a class to meet your skillset. You can even use the brand’s Class Tracker — which is integrated into its app — to keep tabs on your progress and to help yourself stick to a fitness schedule.
No equipment? No problem. Obé says their “classes are designed for all levels. If you are just starting out, no equipment is needed. As you get stronger, you can level up with resistance loops, hand weights, ankle weights and sliders. We recommend a mat or soft surface for abs and floor work.
Learn more about Obé Fitness on their website and get ready to get moving for less than $1 a day!
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