A few weeks ago we featured 10 online home workouts to help keep you exercising during the coronavirus outbreak. This time we’re back with 5 more, the only difference being that all the classes shared below are part of an ongoing live-stream series.

So you can look forward to something new everyday whilst maintaining a sense of community. Because following along to live videos can give us a heightened sense of participation, and may help to alleviate feelings of isolation and separation.

Jesmond Pool and Gym

First and foremost are our very own virtual classes. Running daily from Monday – Saturday, you can take part in wide range of classes including Pliates, Zumba, Tai Chi, yoga, meditation, and HIIT. So if you’re a regular at Jesmond Pool and Gym and you’re missing your instructors, these are the classes for you!

Joe Wicks — The Body Coach TV

We’ve all heard of Joe Wicks. Arguably one of the most famous fitness trainers in the UK, he’s built up a huge following on his YouTube channel, The Body Coach TV, and since March he’s been uploading daily live-stream workouts every morning at 9am.

So if you’re a fan of the Body Coach, or just HIIT in general, this is definitely one to check out.

Planet Fitness

Planet Fitness are offering daily “home work-ins”, live-streamed on their Facebook page. Featuring low-impact, full-body, and high-energy classes, there’s something here for everyone.

CorePower Yoga

If yoga is more your thing, then take a look at CorePower Yoga’s YouTube channel. They’re streaming multiple new classes every day, offering an impressive variety of styles. From Pranayama and meditation to Ayurveda and body sculpt. They even have classes on emotional health practises. So this one’s as much for the mind as the body.

Barry’s

Barry’s Instagram page features live-stream classes from a variety of different trainers. Classes include total body, bands, and release classes. This is a great all-round choice for anyone looking for a daily exercise session.

Staying well at home

For more on maintaining your health and wellbeing during lockdown, take a look at our previous post on how to protect your mental health whilst housebound.