Well+Good readers’ 5 favorite apps and websites for at-home workouts

smart-watch-821567_640Welcome to our every-so-often series of questions to discover how you, our readers, live a super interesting, healthy life. We totally invite you to dish on your habits, preferences, and know-how in the Comments, and we may even use our favorite ones in an up-coming article!

This week, we wanted to know: Which fitness apps or websites do you use the most for at-home workouts? 

Based on your responses, one thing is really clear: Well+Good readers like to sweat, whether they have time to hit a spin class or can only fit in a quick workout between the couch and the coffee table.

We tallied up the responses to share the five apps and websites mentioned the most (with examples of why people love them), so the next time you’re stranded at home (Hurricane Joaquin, maybe?), you’ll have a few top-notch options to get your heart rate up.

1. Tone It Up
“They do all of the thinking for you.They post a weekly schedule every Sunday, so instead of getting to the gym, not having a plan and tiring out/getting bored, I have a routine to stick to.” —Rachel

2. Physique 57
“I love Physique 57’s online workouts. They’re perfect when I’m out of town and can’t make it to their studio. Now I’ve gotten all my friends around the country hooked—and they love me for it.” —Jennifer

3. Nike Training Club
“I appreciate that the app provides workouts lasting from 9 minutes to 45 minutes. I also like that even if you want to focus on one part of your body in a 15 minute workout, you still get a full workout for the rest of your body with a special emphasis on, say, arms. Absolute favorite.” —Shiveta

4. POPSUGAR Fitness
“They have everything from targeted 5 to 10 minute workouts to full body 30+ minute routines. The lead trainer, Anna, has great energy and enthusiasm. Love using PopSugar!” —Jenna

5. Ballet Beautiful
“The online custom workout has so many different videos that you can mix and match to make a workout that fits with the time you have and to target the different body areas you want to work on. It is really hard and helps develop long, lean muscles and great posture. I am obsessed!” —Lili

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