Exercise is not only good for our physical health but also for our mental well-being, regular exercise can reduce stress and anxiety. 

Here are five apps that you can use at home to keep fit and healthy while we are all asked to #stayathome. 

You don't need any special equipment and the apps are suitable for a variety of fitness levels. 

1. Downdog Yoga

This yoga app is great for beginners as well as people who need something more advanced. With a range of levels and yoga practices, you can choose length of workout, teacher and any core areas you want to work on. 

Free until May (July for keyworkers)

2. Nike Training Club

With over 185 workouts from strength endurance to mobility and yoga, there is something for everyone. Lead by Nike master trainers, you can personalise your workout plan to adapt to you and your schedule. Suitable for beginners to seasoned athletes. 

3. Qinetic

Choose from over 400 on demand workout classes, including dance classes, yoga, strength training and nutrition. 

4. 7 Minute Workout

Based on short, high intensity workouts, each session features 12 bodyweight exercises, 30 seconds per exercise, with 10 seconds rest between exercises. Quick and effective. 

5. 8Fit

This app has a number of exercise and meal planners to help you reach your goals. The free version gives you access to a program of interval training exercises between 6 and 15 minutes each session. Starting from novice level to advanced anyone can get started with this app. 

limited access to workouts on the free trial. 


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