11 January, 2022
Online Fitness Classes
Online Fitness Classes
Health & Wellness

Online Fitness Classes For Your At-Home Workout

11 January, 2022
Online Fitness Classes

Including fitness classes with free trials! Keep scrolling for more…

With gyms closed yet again due to the latest government COVID restrictions, it’s looking like we’ll have to find alternative ways to stay active at home. Luckily, having been here many times before, our fitness faves have us covered with a range of online options, spanning everything from barre, yoga and Pilates, to HIIT, spinning and more. Guaranteed to be just as intense as your regular studio workouts, we’ve rounded up the best online fitness classes you can take from the comfort of your living room…

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Online Fitness Classes: Alo Moves

Alo Moves

Join the Alo community and sign up for some fun (and seriously aesthetic) online fitness classes. Classes are sorted by time, style and skill level, making it perfect for those who know exactly what kind of training they’re looking for (you can also take the Alo survey for class recommendations). You’ll witness your body and mind transform as you continue to do those bicycle crunches and chaturangas with Alo’s instructors.

How Much: 14-day free trial, then $20 USD per month or $99 USD for one year
Class Type: On-demand

Alo Moves, www.alomoves.com


Barre 2 Barre

Cancel that order of home gym equipment, STAT – you don’t need any of it to work out with Barre 2 Barre! Championing yoga, Pilates and – you guessed it – barre, this homegrown studio offers a multitude of options to help you stay fit at home, including daily live stream classes and a library of over 150 on-demand workouts (with classes added weekly!).

How Much: Seven-day free trial, then $15 USD per month for On Demand Package (includes access to On-Demand library) or $130 USD per month for All Access Package (includes access to On-Demand library, daily live stream classes, workshops, events and membership to the private community platform)
Class Type: On-demand and live stream

Barre 2 Barre, barre2barre.com


Glo

From a five-minute mindfulness stretch to an hour-long Pilates session, Glo is perfect for Hong-Kongers who are trying to fit fitness into their busy schedules. Apart from single lessons, you’ll also find expert-led fitness courses to guide you through a handstand or basic breathwork. Although there are over 4,000 classes to choose from, the website will generate personalised recommendations based on your fitness level and preferences.

How Much: Seven-day free trial, then $24 USD per month or $195 USD for one year
Class Type: On-demand

Glo, www.glo.com

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Online Fitness Classes: Kita Yoga

Kita Yoga

Missing your yoga fix? Kita Yoga’s dedicated Kita TV brings us unlimited access to the studio’s popular yoga, sculpt and meditation classes.

How Much: Seven-day free trial, then $20 USD per month or $200 USD for one year
Class Type: On-demand and live stream

Kita Yoga, kitatv.vhx.tv

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Free Online Fitness Classes

Online Fitness Classes: lululemon

lululemon

Time to show off those cute Align High-Rise leggings because lululemon is here with a series of free online fitnesses classes covering yoga, strength training and running.

How Much: Free
Class Type: On-demand

lululemon, www.lululemon.com.hk


Orangetheory

Looking for a workout that’ll leave you with the good kind of muscle pain the next morning? From body endurance to agility training, Orangetheory offers a variety of free 50-minute workout classes online, so you can work out wherever you are!

How Much: Free
Class Type: On-demand

Orangetheory, www.orangetheory.com


Nike Training Club

Trying to build a personalised fitness programme (and some muscles)? From 28-day workout plans to a quick 15-minute stretch, NTC offers programmes for everyone, including fitness veterans and workout newbies. This app is also great for those who are interested in learning proper recovery techniques and nutritional knowledge.

How much: Free
Class type: On-demand

Nike Training Club, www.nike.com

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PURE Fitness

As one of the leading fitness studios in Hong Kong, PURE Fitness is here to offer a variety of online classes suitable for every taste and ability. With 120 classes to choose from every week, rest assured there’s something for everyone.

How Much: Free access while Hong Kong gyms are closed – head here to register
Class Type: On-demand and live-stream

PURE Fitness, www.purecast360.com


Online Fitness Classes: H-Kore

H-Kore

For those with a busy schedule, H-Kore’s on-demand classes are here to help you get moving at any time, from anywhere. From kettlebell training to a calming yoga class and barre, there’s a variety of training programmes to choose from (we recommend opting for the seven-day unlimited pass if you’re unsure of where to start!). If you’d like to train privately with a personalised training programme, H-Kore also offers private live stream solo training sessions for you to target specific fitness goals.

How Much: $200 for seven-day unlimited pass (includes full access to on-demand videos); $500 per session for individual personal training
Class Type: On-demand and live stream personal training

H-Kore, h-kore.com


The Yoga Room

Whether you’re in the mood for a relaxing stretch or powerful flow, you’ll be in good hands with the experts from The Yoga Room. Its live stream classes offer the same personal attention and instruction that you’d get in an IRL class.

How Much: One class free trial, then $150 per class or $650 for five classes
Class Type: Live stream

The Yoga Room, yogaroomhk.com

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Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in February, 2021 by Lydia Ching, and was most recently updated in January, 2022.

Hero image courtesy of KoolShooters via Pexels, image 1 courtesy of Alo Moves via Instagram, image 2 courtesy of Kita Yoga via Instagram, image 3 courtesy of lululemon via Instagram, image 4 courtesy of H-Kore via Instagram.

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