How To Use Your Virtual Workout In The Gym: With Some Of Our Favorite iChuze Fitness Workouts
It goes without saying that COVID-19 has completely changed the fitness industry. When gyms were closed, we were all forced to approach health and physical fitness in an entirely new, completely independent way. Home equipment sales boomed, and so did the rise of the virtual workout.
We are so grateful for our trainers who took the time to help create our online platform, iChuze Fitness. Designed for people wanting to maintain their fitness from anywhere (but mostly from home during lockdown), mapping out how to make this happen was a beautiful journey that now makes us so proud during such unprecedented times. Maintaining health—both physical and mental—has been difficult for us all, and we applaud everyone reading this for getting through it and seeking to improve their fitness.
iChuze Fitness is still a fantastic tool for an at-home workout, but many of us prefer physically going to the gym now that they’re open again. If you can relate, but are still wanting the guidance that our virtual workout classes provide, we’ve figured out a way to use virtual workout classes to map out what to do at the gym.
How Can I Use a Virtual Workout in Real Life?
If you’re tired of your current workout routine or are unsure about how to begin a new one, this article is for you.
iChuze Fitness is a catalog of guided workout videos featuring our trusted trainers and class instructors. From dancing to running to pilates to strength training to HIIT, iChuze Fitness provides a world of workouts to choose from.
So if you happen to be someone who prefers working out in a gym, we recommend using these videos as workout guides and combining the videos to make the perfect workout. Here are a few ways you can do just that:
Cycle + Strength
Treadmill + Total Body Conditioning
HIIT + Reset and Recover
Upper Body and Abs + TRX Lower Body
Yoga + Dance
Sometimes, lifting weights and doing repetitive motions (whether running or cycling) can feel amazing, even meditative—other days, it can feel boring. We believe that it’s important to find joy in the movements you do to stay healthy, so this combo is all about getting into your body and having a good time. Start with some yoga that will get your body warmed up and stretched out before moving into a dance session.
Looking at these combinations might be a little overwhelming, and that’s okay. We don’t have to do an hour-long double-combo workout every day in order to get the benefits of physical activity.
Taking one of these workouts into the gym (or continuing at home) is more than enough. The whole point here is to start with getting your body moving and then moving on to focus on strength, agility, balance, endurance, you name it, as you move through your fitness journey.
Want to try out these classes? Try iChuze Fitness for 7-days for free!