Here's How to Get All the Benefits of a Personal Trainer—for Under $15
For InStyle's November issue, on newsstands now and availale for digital download, we teamed up with Google to uncover your most-searched questions and problems. Then, we found the best sites, apps, and tools to answer 'em all.
If you could use a little #fitspo but can't exactly shell out big bucks for personal training sessions, unlock your smartphone for an easy fitness fix. We found the best services and apps that'll give you gym-quality workouts and training tips without having to leave your house. You can thank us later.
This smart site lets you choose at-home workout videos to stream based on how much time you have. With options ranging from 15-minute to 60-minute workouts, you can choose from yoga, core, barre, Pilates, strength training, and cardio options taught by professionally-vetted instructors. The site's "Q&A Cafe" lets you ask vetted experts your questions about specific workouts so you can score tips on how to improve. Bonus: There's also a cooking section where you'll find quick, healthy recipes to keep you on track. You can stream two premium videos per week for free, or get unlimited access for $10 per month.
Whether you're training to run a marathon or pedaling at home on a stationary bike, this free app tracks your cadence to make sure you're listening to the right tunes to keep you motivated. Select whether you're running, power walking, indoor cycling or road biking and Spring Moves will fire back a playlist to put you on the right track.
Gain access to experienced, certified fitness instructors who will help you master the moves necessary for every fitness level—whether you've never set foot on a treadmill or you're running marathons regularly. For $12 per month (which grants you unlimited access), stream a program that you can follow on any device, and choose based on your specific needs "I have no equipment at home" and "bridal bootcamp" are both options.