Free Fitness (and other stuff) for Being Stuck at Home

Stuck at home? Do not let being stuck at home hinder your fitness aspirations. This national emergency has definitely altered our way of life.  Gyms nationwide have closed, but you still can get your fitness in.

Daily Burn Free for 30 Days

Peloton App Free 90 Days

Get Healthy U $3 subscription for the year

Planet Fitness

Live streamed on Facebook every day starting this week at 4 p.m. PT/7 p.m. ET. Planet Fitness classes will be free for everyone.

YMCA Online Classes Free

Blink Fitness is hosting Facebook Live sessions weekdays at 8 a.m. ET. The fitness chain will host virtual workouts, give tips to stay motivated and answer fitness questions from the comments.

Get Up & Blink! Join us live at 8 am M – F as we host virtual workouts, dish out tips to stay motivated, and answer your fitness questions.

Orangetheory is now offering 30-minute workouts daily. Give Orangetheory a try. The workouts don’t require any special equipment, but may feature everyday household items.

Gold’s Gym has opened their vault of digital workouts for free through the end of May. Its app offers over 600 audio and video workouts.

CorePower Yoga is offering free access to a limited collection of online yoga and meditation classes while studios are closed.

CARROT Fit is available on the App Store as a free download, compared to its normal price of $4.99. The app will be free for the next two weeks.

Crunch Live offers 100 workouts that can be streamed on phones, tablets or TVs. The app has a variety of workouts, including dance, yoga and kickboxing.  You can start your free trial.

305 Fitness is offering cardio dance live streams twice a day on YouTube. The sessions are held at 12 p.m. and 6 p.m.

Barry’s Bootcamp is hosting 20-minute body weight workouts live on Instagram for free. On Tuesday, its 9 a.m. PDT workout was hosted by CEO Joey Gonzalez, and other 12 p.m. PDT workout was led by VP of Curriculum Chris Hudson.

You can download the collection of Down Dog apps on the App Store. The apps will be free until April 1.

Below are some of the national sources doing so, but be sure to check your local papers as well.

More

Some other offers include:

Which programs are you using? Comment below and share which apps you are enjoying.




Advertisements

Using Thrifting to Save Money

Using thrifting to save money is not a thing of the past. Many different items can be found in a thrift store but in this case, we’re talking about clothing. You won’t end up looking like someone wearing discounted clothes either. Find out how I use thrifting to save money in this episode.

Shopping in a thrift store saves you money.

Subscribe to Teacher Ces Podcast on iTunes

Granny is always right. Teacher Ces shares her thoughts on the life of a part-time virtual assistant. Learn how to save a few dollars on clothes. Discover how Dave Ramsey is still stuck in Teacher Ces’ mind when she wants to overspend. Find out if Ces’ skills from the University of YouTube will keep her website up and running.

Did you get your free stuff?

Like the Teacher Ces Facebook page and find out how! #31DaysofHustle

===================
Email: cestheteacher@gmail.com
Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/teacherces
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/teacherces
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/teacherces
Website: http://www.teacherces.com

A Dream Vision Board

As the year is coming to a slow end and 2020 is on the horizon, I have created a vision board that will be a dream for your future. Become a vision board professional. By becoming a vision board professional, you will create goals, plan, manifest, and have the goals come into fruition. What the heck is a vision board anyway?

What’s a visual board?

Let’s do this for the month of January 2020. I want you to be the best person that you can be! It might sound corny but what do you have to lose? You can turn your dream into a vision and your vision into a reality. I am linking a free copy of my vision board kit below:

Free Resource

Creating a Vision, free resource for January 2020

Leave your goals in the comments below so we can get 2020 started on the right note!

Get Started Podcasting, 48 Hours or Less

Podcasting 101

Getting your podcast started in 48 hours or less sounds pretty lofty. However, it can be done! Podcasting can be simple if you know what to do and where to get started. If you have been pondering the idea of starting a podcast take a look at my infographic that can help you get started, quickly.

Getting Started

I started my podcast in less than 48 hours. Well, let me explain, the planning for my podcast took less than 48 hours. I am confident if podcasting was my full-time job, I would be able to pull off all these steps in about two days. Do you have a podcast? Are you in the planning stages? What is holding you up from actually putting out your podcast, so that the world can hear? Let me know in the comments below.

Infographic 1 of 2
Infographic 2 of 2

The Triumphant Return – TeacherCes Podcast

After months of waiting, The TeacherCes Podcast has made its triumphant return. The return has been long-awaited as listeners have been anxiously awaiting the return of the long-running podcast. Although that reads like a press release written from a great publicist, that is not exactly the case.

I decided to throw caution to the wind and release an episode of my pet project. No special guest, just one mic and myself. I am a stickler for sound quality so forgive me for being slightly vexed if the sound is not up to par. I also did it in one take, as I hate to edit. Additionally, editing takes up so much time and usually causes delays in my show being released.

Take a listen and thank you in advance for leaving a comment on iTunes, so my show will be easier to find. If you have any ideas for topics, leave them in the suggestions below . . .