Best Free Online Exercise Classes: 10 Platforms To Try – Women's Health UK

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Strapped for cash since bills have gone up? Problem solved.
Free online exercise classes are one of the (few) slightly silver linings to have come out of the pandemic. When gyms shut amid various lockdowns, many PTs and studios took it as an opportunity to launch epic virtual coaching platforms, and they’ve only gotten bigger and better since. This is particularly good news right now, when bills (energy, water, council tax—basically everything) have increased.
Plus, in a study by Run Repeat, 46% of you said you wouldn’t be returning to the gym once they reopened post-Covid.
Without further ado then, here are the best free online exercise class trials to help you achieve your goals, from weight training and HIIT to dance and yoga.
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What is it? ‘On-demand strength workouts for all levels. Designed to build endurance, stability, power and confidence, each class has a specific goal-based focus to help you progress and enhance both your physical and mental health.
How do you sign up? Create an account to start your free trial and get access to your personal dashboard on your computer, tablet, phone or smart TV. (Equipment required: Two dumbbells.)
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What is it? ‘Over 400+ professionally-led classes in seven distinct formats for total body transformation that’s actually fun’.
How do you sign up? Create an account and enter your card details (which won’t be charged if you cancel within 14 days by going to My Account, Billing, Change Plan then Cancel Membership).
Whichever you go for, don’t forget to cancel your trial if you don’t want to commit – set a reminder for the membership renewal date if you have a history of forgetting. #Guilty.
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What is it? ‘Unlimited access to HIIT, yoga and more, with 35+ training programs and 350+ motivating workouts adapted to your fitness level and goals.’
How do you sign up? Create your account, enter your card details and just remember to cancel before the date they say your subscription starts if you don’t want to pay.
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What is it? ‘From HIIT to strength training to cardio, unlimited access to the best live and on-demand yoga, meditation, Pilates and fitness classes.’
How do you sign up? Choose what you’d like to focus on, what kind of teacher you’re looking for, and how many yoga and pilates classes you’ve done so they can personalise your offering (optional), enter your details and just remember to cancel before seven days is up.
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What is it? ‘Thousands of live and on-demand classes anywhere, anytime, with or without equipment, including a diverse selection of indoor cycling, running, walking, bootcamp, strength and outdoor (audio-only) classes.’
How do you sign up? Create an account, enter your bank details, then enjoy the offering on your phone, tablet, TV or computer and cancel within the 30 days — Peloton will send a reminder email when you have seven days left.
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What is it? ‘A high-impact, music-driven practice where we exercise the body to engage the mind. Through physical conditioning, we work out mental and emotional behaviours to create new tools to tackle everyday life.’
How do you sign up? Create an account, enter your card details and you’re good to go, then cancel it in Settings within 14 days.
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What is it? ‘My signature 28-minute workouts can help you to increase your fitness and strength, whether you are a beginner or are ready for a new challenge. Become fitter, stronger and more confident at home with High Intensity with Kayla (formerly BBG) or in the gym with High Intensity Strength with Kayla (formerly BBG Stronger).’
How do you sign up? Download the app, create an account and remember to cancel it in your Settings. Just tap your name, scroll down to Subscriptions and click Cancel Free Trial.
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What is it? ‘Hundreds of workouts for either at the gym, or at home, personalised workout plans, recipes, real time workouts, custom calorie and macro goals, calorie and macro calculator, and progress tracker.’
How do you sign up? Download the app, create an account and remember to cancel it in your Settings. Just tap your name, scroll down to Subscriptions and click Cancel Free Trial.
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What is it? ‘Our invigorating workouts, including strength, cardio, yoga, kickboxing, and all your other favourites, deliver physical and emotional benefits that can’t be beaten, with workout plans, fitness challenges and six-week resets’.
How do you sign up? Create an account, enter your bank details and remember to cancel the trial before the payment starts.

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