You don't have to join an expensive gym in order to feel great and get fit before your wedding day. In fact, you can reach all your fitness goals without ever leaving the comfort of your own home with the help of a streaming workout service. Whether you're a fan of low-impact yoga and Pilates or want to get sweaty from dancing or HIIT, there's an at-home workout that's right for you. Best of all, they cost far less than purchasing a pack of classes from your favorite studio.
Ready to get into shape? One of these nine workout options is the perfect place to start.
If you love the idea of boutique fitness classes but don't want to pay the hefty price tag, look to Booya Fitness. The streaming service offers a personalized workout experience for a fraction of the cost—it's only $9.99 per month. With popular music to keep you moving and every type of class you can imagine—from barre to cardio kickboxing—there's something new for every day of the week.
Physique 57—a New York City-based studio with barre-inspired workouts—is known for its impressive results, but you don't have to be in Manhattan to get the big city treatment. They offer the same classes online, and then some, for just $30 per month after your first free month. They guarantee you'll see visible results after only eight of their equipment-free workouts.
Ready to get your dance on? Nicole Winhoffer—who you might know as Madonna's former trainer—started up a service that lets you take her 60-minute hip-hop cardio workouts from afar. With a subscription to #NWChurch, you'll get access to the class she teaches in New York City every Sunday, straight from your living room. And if you don't take it live, you can stream it as much as you want afterward. It costs $80 per month, but if you want to be as fit as Madonna, it's worth the cost.
Celebrity trainer Mary Helen Bowers was the one who turned Natalie Portman into a true ballerina for her famous role in Black Swan, so you know she's good. She created Ballet Beautiful to teach us regular folk how to look like ballerinas, and her subscription service will help you get the long, toned legs you've been dreaming of—not to mention an endless amount of grace—for $39.99 per month.
Getting an unlimited amount of Pilates for only $19 a month kind of sounds like a dream come true, but that's a reality with Pilatesology. The service has more than 1,000 videos, quick tips, and tutorials to turn you into a pro. And if you hate taking classes that don't stick to the Pilates bible, you'll appreciate how they're 100% dedicated to the classical method. Best of all, your first two weeks are free.
Have you ever thought about how much easier it would be to be able to cycle in your own home? Well, now you can. The bike is going to cost you a hefty $1,995, but after the initial investment Peloton lets you take live classes from world-class instructors right from your living room for just $39 each month. If you've been dying to hit up spin but can never make it, this is a great alternative.
AKT On Demand
Fitness expert Anna Kaiser is known for her killer workouts at her AKT studios, and now you can sweat with her from home. AKT On Demand lets you stream her workout videos anytime, getting the same treatment as celebs like Kelly Ripa and Shakira for only $34.99 each month. There's HIIT, toning, dancing, kickboxing—you name it.
Anyone who enjoys barre-based workouts but wants to take things up a notch should try Barre3 as soon as possible. The service, which costs $29 per month, lets you make goals and helps you keep them with low-impact workouts that range from 10-60 minutes. Plus, there's nutritional guidance to keep your body healthy from the inside out. Try your first 15 days free to ensure you love it.
Sometimes you don't want to have to stick with one type of workout every month, and Daily Burn gives you a whole bunch of options to choose from. With more than 600 workouts for every fitness level, you can get a personalized plan that will help you reach your goals and find your perfect way to get fit, all for $14.95 monthly.