The craft beer at this Walker’s Point gym used to be one of the things that kept its members coming back. But you’ll have to supply your own brews for its on-demand virtual classes, which range from 15-40 minutes and cover a variety of workouts. Highlights include bootcamps, cardio kickboxing classes and a thoroughly on-brand “Keg to 6-Pack” course. After a free, 10-day trial period, virtual-only memberships cost $39 a month.
This yoga-centric fitness center hosts 30 live Zoom classes each week and has built up a catalogue of over 100 classes available to watch at any time. Most are designed to suit users of all ability levels. But beginners who’d prefer a less strenuous workout can sign up for one of their “Slow Flow” or “Rest and Restore” sessions. The first month of home membership costs $15; subsequent months cost $39.
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The Barre Code, a national fitness studio with a Third Ward location, distinguishes itself from its competitors by offering classes for kids. These “Camp Code” sessions are each 15-20 minutes long and incorporate games, like Simon Says. Parents can work out alongside their kids or sign up for one of the studio’s adults-only classes instead. Membership (which covers both in-person and remote classes) costs $89 for the first month, and $119 after that.