Top 5 Virtual Workouts From Los Angeles

By Nicole Bustamante | March 24, 2020 | Lifestyle

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LEKFIT

Nothing feels worse than physically plateauing from a boring, routine workout and LEKFIT knows that. In addition to the soon-to-open studio on La Brea, LEKFIT digital workouts include four different class types: Boost, Hype, Define and Jetset. Each week a new class is uploaded from all three categories in addition to the class archive, The Studio Throwbacks. If you’re on the go, the Jetset classes are intentionally planned so you can workout while traveling. With this virtual workout, there’s little room for excuses! Digital membership, $20 per month, lekfit.com

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The Class by Taryn Toomey

The Class took its holistic workout to a new level when it launched a digital studio in January. With this new platform, the Tribeca-based studio—that has a Santa Monica location— is accessible virtually via smartphone, computer, or a connected TV. There are three or more live-streamed classes a day, Monday through Friday, and two classes on Saturdays and Sundays. Digital studio membership, $40 per month, $400 per year, theclass.com

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Tracy Anderson Method

Gwyneth Paltrow’s fitness guru makes her results-driven workouts accessible to everyone via her online studio. New classes led by Anderson herself launch each week, and range in intensity, so there’s something everyone, the fitness novice or a Method devotee. Digital access also includes breakdown sessions with a Tracy Anderson trainer and a dance cardio library. Online studio membership, $90 per month, tracyanderson.com

Barry’s

With a fresh take on virtual classes, Barry’s is using Instagram to engage its fitness community with online classes. Shared twice daily via Instagram TV, options include a bodyweight class and one that uses Barry’s “Band Together Fit Kit.” Join in to be one of their 50,000+ streamers taking Instagram to new, healthy heights. barrys.com

Studio B

Studio B—the L.A.-based studio created by athleisure brand Bandier—is taking its workout online. The brand’s Instagram account polled followers on which trainers they would like to see lead a virtual Studio B class and are implementing the feedback into 30-minute sessions on Instagram Live. At 1 pm PST, followers can join in for an at-home workout, meditation or sweat session, so no one has to miss out on their daily practice. bandier.com



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Photography by: The Class photo by Jaimie Baird; Tracy Anderson photo by Dos Mundos Creative; LEFKIT photo by Sam Grant