Need equipment? These fitness studios offer free alternatives to their classes

Beatrice Go
Need equipment? These fitness studios offer free alternatives to their classes
Continue feeling the burn with minimal to no equipment with online workouts from these Manila fitness studios


MANILA, Philippines – Having spinning and gym withdrawals? 

These equipment-dependent fitness studios in Manila give a new perspective on feeling the same burn with little to no equipment at all. 

Get ready and be surprised when you tune in to their livestream schedules or IGTV workouts from the comforts of your home. 

1. Electric Studio 

It may be pretty expensive to purchase your own spinning bike and set up a dark room with cool neon lights for that whole indoor cycling experience. 

But Electric Studio and its instructors are going live on its main Instagram account with some fun workouts that will leave you feeling tired yet satisfied like every after class. 

Here’s the schedule until Wednesday, March 25

  

2. Lagree 

Can you still burn 800 calories in 45 minutes? Lagree studios Ultra and Elev8 get creative on how to recreate the resistance of a megaformer with these exercises. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. F45 training 

Feel like you never left the bootcamp as F45 training has been posting quarantine workouts and sharing ideas on how to continue building strength without its usual selection of weights. 

 

 

 

 

4. Saddle Row 

You can get your usual arm workout again as Saddlerow promises “heart pumping” at-home circuits and realign classes that will be broadcasted through Instagram live. 

Don’t miss out on its schedule until Friday, March 27. 

Photo from Saddlerow Instagram

5. Pretty Huge Obstacles

What is an obstacle course race without obstacles? Pretty Huge Obstacles, the home of our national OCR team, continues to promote community quarantine through functional workouts that go live on its Facebook page. 

Here’s a jumprope workout to start the day: 

 

 

– Rappler.com 

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Beatrice Go

More commonly known as Bee, Beatrice Go is a multimedia sports reporter for Rappler, who covers Philippine sports governance, national teams, football, and the UAAP. Stay tuned for her news and features on Philippine sports and videos like the Rappler Athlete’s Corner and Rappler Sports Timeout.