Your physical well-being is important and should not be overlooked especially during stressful times. If you are used to visiting a gym regularly, or have been waiting for the right time to start, here are some options to transform your living into into a home gym.

Yoga

Big names like CorePower Yoga and Lululemon are offering free on-demand yoga classes on their websites and social media pages.

Smaller studios are also offering classes you can follow along at home including Strala Yoga, Modo Yoga, and Laughing Lotus.

Cardio

Even without gym equipment, you can definitely break a sweat working out from home. Barry’s, Peloton and Orangetheory have either free classes or trial membership workouts you can try remotely.

Or you can check out Punch Pedal, 305 Fitness, or CityRow if you want to support smaller gyms who are streaming workouts online.

New to yoga? The New York Times has an excellent beginner’s guide to get you started from home.

Other Classes

If the above options aren’t speaking to you, you can try at-home workouts from Brooklyn Strength, 212 Pilates, or The Cliffs.

If there is a workout you usually do at your local gym, chances are there are at-home options for you on either your gym’s social media page or you favorite trainer’s website.

Self-Guided Exercises

If you prefer finding your own routine, there are still plenty of opportunities to get yourself moving while at home.

Find moments to add movement to your daily routine! Push-ups while waiting for your pasta to cook? Squats every ten songs on your music shuffle? It can all add up to keep you awake and alert throughout the day.

Get outside for at least 15 minutes each day if possible. The exercise is good not only for your body, but a change of scenery can clear the mind and give you a moment away from home to recharge.