Get sweaty at home with virtual fitness from the waterfront
Staying fit while staying home has not been the easiest thing with gyms and fitness centres closed and snow on the ground outdoors. However, fitness studios have massively pivoted and quickly released virtual classes and personal training that are live or in a library for you to do at your own pace and offer you great workouts at home with equipment or not equipment. Here are 4 virtual workouts on the waterfront:
HIIT, Yoga, Cycle and Running
Do you want to work out with a crew or on your own time? Kardia offers both options monthly. Live workouts are $69/month unlimited or on-demand pre-recorded classes for $36/month. Owner and instructor Heather is a force and will have you sweating and feeling better than you could have imagined.
100 – 10 Lower Spadina Avenue
Personal Training and Nutrition
SWAT Health is an all-encompassing health and wellness company that integrates therapeutics with professional strength and conditioning coaching. Work with a Trainer and Movement Specialist 1-on-1 for a healthier and more active lifestyle and help prevent injuries by ensuring proper exercise technique and safety. Packages are available.
207 Queens Quay West (inside Queens Quay Terminal)
(289) 297-7928 ext. 3
Personal Training and Fitness Classes
Whether you want a 1-on-1 or to follow along as a class, Common Ground’s unique strength training and HIIT exercises will more than get the job done and leave you glistening. You can also get personalized sessions that are custom-based to your needs and goals.
10 – 550 Queens Quay West
Personal Training and Nutrition Coaching
Working with a trainer means you get to be held accountable every day and that’s what 416 Fitness Club offers. They focus on customized strength-training programs to build inner and outer strength. Having a healthy body also helps having a healthy mind throughout this pandemic and curb stress.
112 – 290 Queens Quay West
Ballet, Barre, Pilates and Stretch
Learn ballet or get fit with pilates and barre, from an actual dancer. Not many know that The National Ballet actually offers classes, but now they’re online as well, so you can practice from the comfort of your own home.
470 Queens Quay West