Research shows the camaraderie of group fitness can be beneficial – and swapping the gym for home workouts doesn’t have to mean forgoing that team bonding experience. Mirror, a New York-based start-up, launched its $1,500 interactive mirror in 2018. The machine streams live workout classes into your home.
Les Mills also offers virtual group classes identical to gym versions. Download workouts on Android and stream from your TV, laptop, mobile or tablet and see the class delivered by a world-class instructor.
Whether you want intense cardio exercise or something more relaxed, you’re sure to find your perfect class. There are over 800 to choose from, with and without exercise equipment, and the social format helps keep you motivated.