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Fitness Trend: Streaming Workouts from Home

workoutfitnesstechnologystreamhomeNewsletter • 3 min read • May 11, 2016 12:00:00 AM • Written by: Kat Smith


Getting to the gym isn’t always easy, especially if you don’t have room in the budget for a monthly gym membership. Still, this shouldn’t be an excuse to avoid exercise altogether. With the ready availability and affordability of streaming workout programs, all you need is about 30 minutes a day and an internet connection to get the exercise your body craves. Below you can see just a sampling of some of the best streaming workouts around. Many of these programs offer free trials, so you have nothing to lose by giving them a try.

Daily Burn


Daily Burn offers one of the most comprehensive streaming workout libraries with the support of meal plans, weekly challenges, and recipes with monthly membership. Workouts range from 15-60 minutes in length with options for all fitness levels. From high-intensity cardio to kettlebell training, you can find it with this unlimited streaming service.

SBF Streaming


If you want to minimize equipment and space needed for your workout, SBF Streaming might be perfect for you. Creator and instructor Suzanne Bowen offers more than 130 routines in barre, mat yoga, and Pilates to give you a full body workout with an emphasis on lean muscle toning and flexibility training.

Booya Fitness


Booya Fitness provides a huge library of streaming workouts by partnering with gyms and other fitness programs around the nation. With unique offerings like Pain and Pleasure workouts from David Barton Gym and Broga—yoga specifically for men—you can get the experience of an upscale boutique gym without the steep cost. In fact, Booya offers a wide range of membership programs to fit into just about any budget.

No matter how you choose to get moving, remember that exercise is a great way to improve your health, appearance, and self-confidence. With summer right around the corner, now is the perfect time to get started on a more active routine using the convenience of online fitness programs.

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Kat Smith