If you’re missing your gym routine or interested in trying a new workout, several Reno Tahoe gyms and fitness facilities are offering online options so you can workout at home. From yin yoga to high-intensity workouts, here are a few local gyms and studios offering online classes and workouts.
Practicing yoga is not only a great way to keep your muscles limber but also keep your mind focused. Stay connected to a yoga community through one of the many Reno Tahoe studios offering classes online. Juice Box Yoga has several live classes each day as well as a YouTube channel. When you only have a few minutes, Midtown Yoga has classes that vary in length from two minutes to a full hour. Sometimes all you need are a few sun salutations or a guided breathing exercise to feel re-centered.
If you are looking for more of a one-on-one, personalized style of workout, Regulus FIT has virtual coaching sessions available. Don’t be intimidated – their mission is to provide fitness options for all levels. For those who are wondering how to continue their Crossfit workout at home (I mean, who has a full set of kettlebells and pull-up bar at home??), Crossfit Bangarang is sharing WODs and creative ways to use things you have around the house to get the most out of your workout. Crossfit Initiative is another popular local Crossfit gym that is posting workouts, health and fitness tips, and motivational content on their Facebook page.
For anyone who has taken a barre class, you know how simple but challenging the workout can be. If you haven’t taken a barre class, now might be the time to start since Pure Barre is offering livestream classes from their local Reno studio, getting you ready to start in person when they re-open. Just because you don’t have a pilates reformer at home doesn’t mean you can’t get an effective Pilates workout. Mind Body & Pilates has live daily virtual classes as well as one-on-one instruction. Check out the Pilates Studio of Reno on Facebook or YouTube for workouts you can do at home without any special equipment.
If you have a favorite yoga studio, gym, fitness center or instructor, check out their website or social media to see what kind of virtual classes might be available. Staying active is important for many while we #StayHomeForNevada and whether it’s a walk around your block or turning your living room into an aerobics studio, there are choices for everyone.