Do you remember when you said you were going to start working out as soon as you had more time? Well, now it seems that we have all the time in the world, and it’s the perfect moment to start working out.
Besides, staying at home all day can be tedious, so a little exercise at the beginning or at the end of your day can’t really hurt.
Sure, you can work out using your iPhone or even your Apple Watch, but you also have a great trainer in your living room.
Your Apple TV has some really great apps that will help you train without leaving your home. It’s like having a gym membership that you can customize to fit your needs.
Whether you want to start working out, or you miss going to the gym, here are the best fitness Apple TV apps to keep you moving.
Adidas Training by Runtastic is one of the most “compatible” fitness apps you can find. You can see your workout routines on your Apple TV and keep track of your progress on your Apple Watch or iPhone.
Not only that, but you can customize your own experience. Adidas Training comes with a Workout Creator to create a workout routine that’s based on what you want to accomplish and the time and equipment you have available.
The Adidas Training App also offers workout routines you can check out for free, or you can get into one of its subscriptions that you can buy monthly, every six months, or every year. And the best part is the Runtastic website offers a 90-day free membership, which is perfect for times like these.
If you want to start doing yoga as part of your daily training, Asana Rebel might be a good app for you.
Asana Rebel rebel is a fitness app that has everything you need for your daily workout. You can choose to do a heavy workout, meditate, or practice some yoga during your free time. You can even create your own personalized workout sessions
If you don’t have much time at your disposal, you can choose to do a 5-minute workout from anywhere you want. To keep you focused, Asana Rebel also offers playlists to keep you on the zone, or to help you fall asleep.
And if you like to put your workouts off, Asana Rebel has articles, daily challenges, and even quizzes to basically force you to never miss a day.
Streaks Workout is an excellent option if you’re looking for a one-time-payment kind of deal.
Streaks Workout gives you a bunch of workouts to choose from, including 30 exercises that you can do without equipment.
Just like the other apps on the list, you can customize your workout routines and choose if you want a 6, 12, 18, or 30-minute workout. You can also create new exercises and set up a time every day to start your routines.
You’ll be able to keep track of your workout history as well, and you can save your workouts on Apple’s Health app. Plus, you can use it on your iPhone, Apple TV, Apple Watch, and iPad, and your progress will sync across all of them.
Streaks Workout has the basic things you could ask for in a fitness app, without the hassle of managing another monthly subscription. All you need to do is purchase the app for $3.99, and you’re good to go.
Alo Moves is another app that focuses on yoga and meditation. What’s different about this app is that you’ll watch classes from teachers all over the world.
Other fitness apps just give you a personalized workout routine for you to follow. With Alo Moves, you can attend and watch different classes about fitness, yoga, and mindfulness.
There are thousands of classes to choose from. If you’re looking for something in particular, or you’re just starting out, you can sort these classes by difficulty, time, or even by the instructor. Plus, Alo Moves promises new classes every day.
And, just like your favorite Netflix shows, you can also download your favorite classes to your iPhone to watch them offline.
The best part of Alo Moves is that if you’re a social person, you can get in touch with other users in their community tab. This way, you’ll keep track of your progress and how other people are doing as well.
The downside is that Alo Move is on the expensive side. Its subscription costs $20 a month or $199 a year. To give you an example, the Adidas Training App costs $9.99 per month or $49.99 per year.
However, you might enjoy and feel more engaged when having actual classes. Plus, if you’re someone who likes putting things off, being involved in a community might encourage you to keep working out. If that’s the case, you should give Alo Moves’ 14-day trial a shot.
Similar to Alo Moves, Daily Burn is a fitness app that provides thousands of hours worth of workouts in one place.
What’s great about Daily Burn is that you have a wider variety of exercises. You can find yoga, cardio, meditation, and even dancing lessons. And if you don’t want to watch videos every day, you can also listen to audio workouts.
When you start, you’ll set up your experience level and set goals and Daily Burn will give you a personalized workout based on what you want to achieve.
Daily Burn also has a community for you to join. And you can live chat with other people around the world, including fitness experts.
You can choose which workouts you want to do and if you want something new, Daily Burn has workout classes every weekday called Daily Burn 365. You can even chat with other members of the class while doing the exercises.
The best part is you have a 1-month trial to test everything Daily Burn has to offer. If you don’t like it, you can just cancel it one day before your trial ends.