3 Easy Ways to Work Out at Home Over the Holidays
This new streaming service broadcasts 14 live fitness classes every day from its neon-lit New York City studio via its site and app. The dancy, equipment-optional, total-body workouts are 28 minutes or less, set to upbeat tunes and led by expert instructors in pastel spandex. We think Jane Fonda would approve.
$27 per month; ObeFitness.com
Like the Wii, this system uses motion-sensor technology for select games that'll have you punching (like in the fun-for-all fighting game Arms) and swinging (in the new Mario Tennis Aces) at your TV. And the console can also be used as a portable system, so you can get your score and heart rate up anywhere, from the airport terminal to your sister-in-law's den.
Yoga with Adriene
Adriene Mishler's YouTube channel makes it super simple to go with the flow, offering hundreds of free yoga sessions that center on everything from toning to de-stressing. Her voice is calming, she’s not afraid to laugh at herself, and her blue heeler, Benji, regularly lounges by her mat, giving adorable new meaning to downward dog.