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The study reviewers said the app includes a great variety of both individual workouts and multiweek training programs. Plus, this app is free, and unlike other "free" apps we've tested, there's no pressure to upgrade to a paid or premium version.

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There's also a section for new workouts that have been added to the app, and for new workout collections. There is a set of six workouts to help runners improve, for example, and a set of six workouts to teach beginners some fitness basics.

I try to locate the Nike-branded classes. At the time I started this experiment (January 3), the classes were not being served up to me on my home screen, though Netflix now seems to be pushing the workouts to more users. (When I checked on January 5, I saw it in my New Releases section.)

With the first release last week, the Nike programs will include 13-episodes of Kickstart Fitness with the Basics, 7-episodes of Two Weeks to a Stronger Core, 6-episodes of Fall in Love with Vinyasa [yoga], 14-episodes of HIT & Strength with Tara, and 6-episodes of Feel-Good Fitness. Additional workouts are slated to be released throughout 2023, for a total of 30-hours worth of programming across 90 episodes.

To further encourage people to keep active during lockdown, the sportswear brand has also made some video workouts from its Nike Training Club premium subscription service free to access in the US and is leading free, live-streamed workouts on its Youtube channel.

But while exercise might be taking a hit overall during lockdown (if these survey results can be extrapolated across different countries), it is also true that the number of people looking for ways to stay active at home has soared.

The Nike Training Club App interface is extremely easy to use. When you first log in on the app, it asks you a few questions to determine your workout goals. Based on your answers, it will suggest a few workouts to get you started.

The training plans include yoga, zero equipment, cardio, and strength training. Once you choose a training plan, your instructor introduces you to the plan and provides relevant information.The plans don't just include workouts. They also have information, tips, and recipes to help you better yourself.

Live streams: Does anyone remember those Instagram Live workouts that became super popular during the pandemic? This is similar. An instructor will live-stream a workout that you can join from anywhere in the world. You can also set reminders on your phone to alert you nearer the live stream.

Finally, you can sort workouts by basic equipment (easily done at home), complete equipment (need to be done at the gym), or no equipment. I have a set of adjustable dumbells, a yoga mat, and a medicine ball, which is enough to enable me to do the at-home, basic equipment workouts.

Mindset: We know that workouts require a great deal of mental strength, and having the right mindset will help you adapt and grow in your fitness journey. There are articles like "self-care solutions for every situation" and "learn to set micro-goals." I firmly believe the mindset section of the Nike Training Club app is one of its most valuable assets, especially for beginners.

The Nike Training Club app shines because it's free and there are nearly 500 on-demand workouts to choose from. If you're looking for new workouts to try in the comfort of your own home, or in the gym, this app is a great option.

I was sold. It'd be great to fall in love with a 15-minute routine I can do at home on short notice, and maybe this would lead me to try other great workout options on the app, too. Here's how I fared doing "The Hart Serena Workout" on the Nike+ Training Club app (free for iPhone and Android).

The routine also included a couple partner moves, but since I was Hart-less, I had to do some modifications. Since I have a set of weights at home, I swapped out the partner hand rows for renegade rows using two five-pound dumbbells. You could also mimic the movement without weights, but the resistance definitely increases the challenge. And instead of partner push-up high fives, I just high-fived the air during my push-ups, which made me feel real cool.

Nike has made the premium version of its Nike Training Club app, which offers virtual workouts like a 43-minute upper body strength routine, or a 23-minute core strength yoga course, free to all U.S. consumers. It made the switch last weekend, when it started promoting a new ad campaign telling people to "Play Inside and Play for the World," amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

In the U.S., Nike has since seen a more than 100% increase in weekly active users of its NTC app, O'Neill said. And in China, where the virus originated, Nike saw an 80% increase in NTC workouts in the latest quarter.

There are countless at-home workout apps available. If you're serious about getting fit, the subscription-based apps are the most worth the money. But there are a few free workout app options, namely Nike Training Club.

We've researched, tested, and sweat our way through numerous workout apps that claim to be free. While pickings are slim, below you'll find our favorite free at-home virtual workouts that let you break a sweat at no charge.

Nike Training Club offers ridiculously high-quality programing from elite trainers for most any type of workout you could want, including strength, cardio, core, HIIT, and workouts for beginners. It's shocking this app is free.

The app has over 185 workouts, including strength training, core workouts, cardio sessions, and yoga routines. Each workout ranges from 15 to 60 minutes, and the programs will tell you if you need any equipment upfront, so you know exactly what you're getting.

I'm used to varying my workouts daily among cardio, group fitness, yoga, and body part-specific strength training. With this app, I was able to keep up the variety in my routine with one-off workouts without it ever feeling repetitive.

One of Insider's health and fitness editors, Rachael Schultz, regularly undertakes NTC's various 6-week programs, and says the positive coaching and consistency among the program design make working out at home so much easier.

Designed by Chris Jordan, Director of Exercise Physiology at the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute, this app has a library of 22 workouts which all vary in intensity and length (from 7 to 32 minutes). All the workouts are high-intensity interval training, which is the most efficient way to burn fat on a short workout.

While testing free workout apps, we came across several other services offering workouts at no cost through Instagram or Facebook Live streams or extended free trials. Here are a few of our favorites that stood out, but ultimately didn't make the cut:

Box + Flow: Led by fitness expert, Olivia Young, Box + Flow takes the popular boxing class formula and adds the mindfulness of yoga for a well-rounded, yet intense, workout. The NYC-based brand hosts daily streams of its workouts via Instagram Live, with Young herself leading a few of the workouts. Classes are free for the first seven days for new subscribers and then require a monthly fee.

Camp Gladiator: Participate in live streaming workouts through Camp Gladiators Facebook Live channel, or try its at-home printable routines. These are free always but the site doesn't offer a library of on-demand workouts.

Tone It Up: Strengthen, tone, or get in some cardio with founders Karena and Katrina, as well as the app's community of trainers. Choose individual workouts or do a program to follow. It was free in the spring of 2020, but has since reverted back to a free seven-day trial for new subscribers and then a monthly fee.

The Class by Taryn Toomey: Exercise your body and engage your mind with this untraditional form of training. The workouts on The Class help you to release stress and anything weighing you down through repetitive movements accompanied by loud exhales. It's a transformative experience that everyone should try. The app currently offers a free two-week trial.

Snap Fitness: Snap Fitness currently offers free 90-day access to, where you can stream workouts from Sweat Factor by Mike Donvanik, Nora Tobin, SH1FT, and DailyBurn.

obé Fitness: Join a live workout from a daily schedule of 14 classes, or choose from its library of over 4,000 on-demand workouts including strength, Pilates, dance, HIIT, cardio boxing, and more. It only offers a seven-day free trial for new subscribers, and then a monthly fee.

Jazzercise on Demand: Jazz up your usual routine with a little dance party. These workouts combine jazz dance, yoga, Pilates, kickboxing, and HIIT. New users can sign up for a free two-week trial.

Ease of use: An intuitive app experience is vital to not only enjoy using it but also to get the most out of it. If an app is cumbersome in its navigation, or makes finding and choosing workouts difficult, then it won't promote much in the way of motivation or desire to work out.

The good news for consumers: Most of these workouts are free for the time being, with boutique fitness brands extending their free trial periods or waiving their fees entirely while many countries including the U.S. call on residents to shelter in place or quarantine themselves.

NIKE TRAINING CLUB: The athletic giant has waived the $14.99 a month fee for its premium service indefinitely. Now, downloading the app grants people access to more than 185 free workouts (yoga, cardio and more) which last from 15 to 45 minutes, as well as targeted running training programs, nutrition and wellness guidance.

BARRE3: Bring the ballet studio into your home with unlimited classes in strength conditioning, cardio and mindfulness that aim to restore balance to your body. Barre3 is offering a 15-day free trial, and 10% off all props if you want to add resistance bands and core balls to your home gym. After that, the subscription runs $29 a month. 350c69d7ab


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