Here Are Some Online Courses Offered by Delaware Fitness Centers
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Written by Rachel Curry
If loosening up at the gym was a part of your routine, the reality of coronavirus may have you feeling tight. Social distancing calls for staying at home and away from enclosed public spaces, which means avoiding the confined, public gym environment.
Ashley Paoli Kapes, owner of Lovering Studio in Wilmington, has some workout advice for folks who’ve succumbed to staying at home.
“If your career or family life doesn’t allow you to take an extended time to exercise, you can do 10- to 15-minute workouts a few times a day,” she says.
Kapes adds that creating a designated workout space in your home is beneficial, as is scheduling classes as part of your daily routine. Perhaps most importantly, she says, “Get outside and move!”
As you practice social distancing from home, these online courses offered by local gyms and fitness centers will help you feel like a part of a community while helping you battle cabin fever by boosting your endorphins.
HiLo House, a boutique fitness studio opening at The Galleria in Wilmington, is offering free Facebook Live classes starting Wednesday, April 15 noon.
Wilmington-based Lovering Studio is bringing the gym to you with daily online classes led by trainers Ashley and Danielle. Cooped Up Barre and Strength and Conditioning from Home are just a couple of the live options available. Join the Facebook group for more info.
Pure Yoga Pilates Studio is a Trolley Square locale focused on (you guessed it) yoga and Pilates. During the social distancing era, they’re making Zoom classes the norm. Peep the studio’s Instagram for details on class access codes.
Offering free streaming classes through the studio. Sign up through the MindBody app on the website and a Zoom link will be emailed to you.
Sea Barre Fitness has online classes in the works for their clientele in Lewes and beyond. As social restrictions firm up, they’re developing classes to replace their in-house “barre-lates” course and more. Keep an eye on their website for details.
Truly Yoga in Pike Creek is offering live, online classes for local yogis. Be sure to visit their website for details about signing up.
The YMCA of Delaware is offering a public service during a time of social distancing by way of free online fitness and health classes. You can get notified about all things Virtual Y here. These classes are in addition to their existing ones on YouTube.
Is your gym or fitness center offering online or remote classes during the coronavirus shutdown? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be glad to include you on our updated list!