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Top 4 Work Out at Home Programmes

While we are all stuck at home, it can be a challenge to stay healthy, especially when it's so much easier to snack when you're at home. So, here are some great work out programmes you can try out from home. They are all offering free trials, so why not cycle through them. It should keep you motivated and energised until lockdown is done. You may even find your new favourite workout programme to stick with.

Les Mills on Demand

If you usually are in gym classes and are missing that energy, then Les Mills on demand is a good choice. The workouts are the same ones you would be doing in a Les Mills gym class.  There are over 800 workouts to choose from. They are split into different types of class depending on what you are looking for and what equipment you have.

The great thing about these is that all the classes are set to music. A lot of the tracks are covers of popular songs, so you’ll often find yourself singing along as you work out. There is everything from barbell workouts and body combat to dance and barre workouts.

An added bonus for anyone with energetic kids is that they have classes for kids on here as well.

Free Trial - 14 days

Beachbody On Demand

Beachbody is all about picking an exercise programme and sticking with it. These are mostly daily workouts, and nutrition plans often accompany them. If you've ever wanted o try insanity, then this is where you’ll find it.

They have different styles of programme to include HIIT, yoga and body shaping options. There is also a range of intensities, so you don't have to start with insanity; you can work up to instead.

Free Trial – 14 days

Daily Burn

Daily burn is a different beast. This is a more tailored and personalised programme. You give them some details, and then they will suggest the best workout and nutrition plan for you and your goals. This is more than just a place to get workouts; this is more like a personal trainer. You can log your progress as you go and get pushed to do a little more.

There are over a thousand videos to choose from. You can pick what feels right for you. It could be a group class or a more 1-1 experience.

Free Trial – 30 days


If you like the idea of peloton, but don't have a bike at home, then this is worth a look. The classes work in the same way. You join a class, and if you have a linked heart rate monitor, you can get your starts and a score. There is also a leader board in each class.

There are three types of class to choose from; Cardio, Strength, and Rebalance. Some of these do require equipment, while others are equipment free.

Free Trial – 14 days

Whichever programme you choose to try you'll still need some workout clothes. We've got you covered at


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