Virtual Fitness Classes and Apps to Keep Kids Active Indoors
Here are some ways to keep kids active when they are stuck in the house due to coronavirus quarantine.
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$27/month or $199/year (includes all progrmaming)
The at-home fitness platform just launched 14 kids videos and will be adding to the category weekly. Workouts are strength or dance-based.
30-day free trial, then $14.99/month
These 10-20 minute classes reach high-energy, bodyweight workouts that you and your kids can do together. Classes are broken down into age groups.
The Sworkit app offers free exercise content for kids that doesn't require a membership. The app guides kids through strength, agility, flexibility, and balancing routines like crab walking, squatting, and side planking.
This at-home yoga app is offering all health and fitness programs (Down Dog for Beginners, HIIT, Barre, and 7 Minute Workout) for free to all students and teachers (K-12 and college) through July 1. All programs are offered to everyone else for free through May 1.
Find Kids Fitness Classes on Youtube
Youtube is a great resource for all kinds of free fitness content. Search for family-friendly workouts on Youtube like this Family Fun Cardio Workout on PopSugar Fitness, Baby Shark Zumba with Radha Thakkar, Minions ZUMBA KIDS on Zumba with Dovydas, or Joe Wicks' (The Body Coach) Virtual P.E. Classes.