Home workouts are all of the rage in 2020, although I have been always working out at home. I am sure that as the number of cases rise, so will the amount of people that probably will be working up from home.
I’ve been using the Jazzercise on Demand for about two months now. The app is basically a library of jazzercise workouts at all different types and times. There is a huge variety of workouts: strike (which is essentially kickboxing), HIIT, dance, band classes, and strength. The app costs $19.99 a month, and allows you to use it unlimited times. New workouts are added pretty regularly as well.
I’ve never done Jazzercise prior to getting this app, but I am going to be honest. I really love it. I use this app at least two to three times a week.
There are a variety of different classes of different levels. There are express classes, which are a little lighter and are great for those who are just starting with the classes. These classes are typically around 30 minutes, and offer a mixture of cardio and strength. There are also HIIT and Strike classes, which are intense and kick your butt in the best way possible. And, there are strength classes as well, which are great on their own, but also are amazing to pair with cardio since classes vary from ten to thirty minutes.
I am going to be honest here. I am obsessed with this app. I have used Jillian Micheals in the past, and I love this so much more. The amount of positivity and encouragement that these instructors give you is amazing, because when class is done, I always feel as though I am on top of the world. I am a clock watcher when it comes to workout videos, but I really find myself not doing this as much with this app. These classes are still hard, but paired with the music, it’s actually really fun.
I am not going to post pictures, but I love that these give your body a complete workout, especially the HIIT and the Strike. I’ve noticed a difference in my arms, my abs and my thighs as well. Typically, I do at least one class that is 40 minutes long, and then a few of the express ones. Sometimes, I’ll do the ten minute mini strength classes as well. There are a ton of challenges and collections as well, but I honestly just use them with whatever I feel up to that day.
That said, I highly recommend this app. It is actually really affordable, because classes are typically $15 per class, and this subscription is $20 a month. I also love it that you can do this anywhere and at any time. I often workout early in the morning, and this really helps me be able to work out.
This is by far my favorite home workout app, because other than weights and bands, you really don’t need expensive equipment. You just need yourself. This is perfect for someone on a budget, and this is great for someone who just wants to have fun with working out.
Overall, I love this app, and if you’re thinking about using it, I highly recommend that you at least try the free trial. For further information, check out their website here.
Note: I was not compensated for this post in any way and all opinions are my own.