Virtual Resources to Keep you Inspired & Moving During the COVID-19 Closure
Down Dog – An app that provides yoga workouts at all levels. Down Dog is offering free access to workouts for students and faculty/staff through July 1st when you sign up with your .edu email address.
Beginner’s Flexibility Workout – Find yourself sitting a lot? Make sure you’re getting up and moving!
6 Week Bodyweight Plan – If you’re looking for a coordinated plan, this bodyweight series is for you!
FitnessBlender – Features over 600 full length at home workouts. Quick, simple, and to the point.
Gold’s Gym – has on-demand workouts.
Go4Life – has workouts for older adults.
Les Mills on Demand – This platform is free to use. Choose from eight categories of workouts, no subscription required at this time. These workouts will be available during the entirety of the covid-19 situation.
Modo Yoga NYC – Has live stream workouts.
Nike Training Club – An app that is currently being offered for free.
Outdoor Fitness Workouts – Download the free Fitness Court App for a series of 7-minute, full-body workouts.
Peloton App – Peloton has made their Peloton App free for 90 days. Check out workouts for cycling, running, yoga, outdoors, strength and more.
Planet Fitness – Has daily live “work-ins.”
POPSUGAR Fitness – Fun, fresh, and upbeat at home workouts.
The YMCA – Take your favorite YMCA class from your own living room!
Bloom – Free to download, subscription-based app. Daily mental health coaching app designed by therapists.
Breathe2Relax – Breathe2Relax is a portable stress management tool which provides detailed information on the effects of stress on the body and instructions and practice exercises to help users learn the stress management skill called diaphragmatic breathing.
Coping with Stress regarding COVID-19 – posted by the CDC
Headspace App – Headspace is a meditation app. During the covid-19 situation, Headspace is opening a large collection of guided meditations for free. Find sleep, meditation and movement exercises in their Weathering the Storm collection.
iQuarium – Free relaxation app. Chill out while watching your fish swim, feed it, play with it, interact with it. Listen to its relaxing music.
Meditation for Beginners – Meditation is a great way to handle feelings of stress and anxiety. Read this quick article on beginning and strengthening your meditation practice.
Explore National Parks – Take virtual tours of National parks like Dry Tortugas, Carlsbad Caverns, the Kenai Fjords and the Hawaiian volcanoes with Google’s Hidden Worlds of the National Parks interactive exhibit.
Smithsonian Channel Plus (new window) – Smithsonian Channel has made available for streaming all 68 episodes of “Aerial America”. In each 45-50-minute episode, “Aerial America” surveys natural wonders, gives overviews of cultural landmarks and tourist attractions and details sites’ histories. All episodes are now streaming for no cost and with no login required. You can also find entire episodes on Smithsonian Channel’s YouTube Page.
Cooking Lessons in Quarantine with Antoni Porowski – Queer Eye’s Antoni Porowski is serving up cooking lessons everyday on his IGTV.
Learn how to Eco Print
ABCya! – practice math and reading skills while playing fun games
How to Talk to Your Kids About the Coronavirus – posted by PBS
List of Educational Companies Offering Free Subscriptions – posted by Kids Activities Blog
Storyteller Reading Stories with Activities for K – 5
All information posted is merely for educational and informational purposes. The links provided are not affiliated with Georgetown University or Campus Recreation at Yates Field House.