Virtual Workout Is Not Just The Next Best Thing, It’s Pretty Neat In Itself
Are you spending a lot of time working out at home but missing the camaraderie of in-person classes? Sign up for virtual classes. These sessions have become all the rage since the world began navigating a pandemic, and lots of people are enjoying working out from virtually. Time to get off the sofa, put your workout clothes on and #getmoving – right at home!
All you need is a device with Internet connection. Yup, it’s that simple! One of the best things about virtual classes is the flexible timing – so you can no longer use excuses like traffic jams or long work days – not to get your daily workout in. What’s more, you can do it anywhere, whether indoors or outdoors, at home or at work (get your colleagues and friends to join in the fun).
With virtual classes, the ‘studio’ is right at your fingertips and it gives you so many different types of workouts to choose from. Not only can you pick the type of exercise but also the trainer and approach. At Celebrity Fitness, you can sign up for Virtual Studio for group exercise classes or opt for one-on-one sessions with our certified trainers with Virtual Personal Training. You could even go for both! So many choices!
Move Like Nobody’s Watching
Let’s be honest. One of the reasons some of you may have avoided group classes at the gym was because there were usually so many people in there, right? And it’s not so much the crowd itself but what if you can’t keep up and everyone stares at you? The reality is, they are probably not but you can’t help feeling that way. Virtual classes eliminate that worry – working out the in the comfort of your home with all the privacy in the world means you can exercise without all that stress. Who knows, this might give you the confidence to join a physical class later. For those of you who are less shy, this is a good chance to try out different classes before joining the physical sessions.
Two Become One
Virtual classes really is a great option because it gives you the benefits of both group and solo workouts. Stay with us for a minute here; what we mean by this is that you get to feel like you’re part of a fitness community (and being accountable for your workouts) but at the same time, the peace of mind that you only get from exercising alone. Best of both worlds, really.