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Health & Fitness

There are various free, online resources that can be utilized for at-home workouts, requiring little to no equipment.

Yoga

Cosmic Kids – Cosmic Kids YouTube offers free kid-friendly yoga videos!

Yoga with Adriene – Yoga with Adriene is a popular YouTube channel featuring free yoga workouts for all levels. Follow along with her weekly workouts or try an old workout from her extensive catalog of videos!

Core Power Yoga – Core Power Yoga is providing free access to a new collection of online classes every week so you can keep your practice moving from home!

Mindfullness

Smiling Mind – Smiling Mind is a non-profit that provides daily mindfulness and meditation guides for free through their app.

Insight Timer – Insight Timer is a free meditation app, offering “the largest free library of guided meditations on earth and the world’s most loved meditation Timer”.

Miscellaneous

Fitness Blender – Free workout videos for every fitness level.

Sworkit – In addition to adult workouts, Sworkit provides free workouts for kids.

Barry’s Bootcamp – Barry’s Bootcamp will be utilizing their Instagram TV channel to feature free, daily workouts taught by Barry’s instructors.

Peloton – Peloton is proving their app free to users for 90 days. In addition to their standard treadmill and stationary bike routines, the app also features a variety of workouts geared toward strength training, yoga, and stretching.

Joe Wicks “The Body Coach” – Joe Wicks is hosting live P.E. classes for every age level, every week day, at 9:00 a.m. GMT (2:00 a.m. PST). The videos are saved to his YouTube channel and can be accessed at any time!

Orangetheory – Orangetheory’s “At Home” series is providing simple, no equipment required workouts to do in the comfort of your home.

Planet Fitness – Join Planet Fitness on their Facebook page for live-streamed daily “Home Work-Ins” at 4 PM PST.

Explore Your Neighborhood

Many of the City’s outdoor parks and walking trails are still open! We encourage you to take a walk outside and explore one of our various walking paths, but we strongly recommend you follow these guidelines outlined by the National Recreation & Parks Association regarding outdoor exercise and social distancing:

  • Refrain from using parks or trails if you are exhibiting symptoms.
  • Follow CDC’s guidance on personal hygiene prior to, during, and after use of parks or trails.
  • Prepare for limited to no access to public restrooms and water fountains.
  • While on trails, warn other users of your presence and as they approach, step aside to let others pass.
  • Follow CDC’s guidance on the recommended size of social gatherings including, but not limited to: outdoor picnicking, pick-up sports, and other group hangouts. Be sure to maintain proper physical distance at all times.
  • Observe CDC’s minimum recommended social distancing of six (6) feet from other individuals at all times. If this is not possible, users should find an alternate location or depart that space.
  • Consult your local and state ordinances and guidelines for the most up to date recommendations on park and trail use.

Check back soon for a visual guide to some walking paths around our city parks!