Remote fitness!

Home workouts have come a long way since Jane Fonda — though those’ll still do the trick if you held onto your VCR!

Online fitness is booming and many are offering deals for stuck-at-home families. Which service is right for you?

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Get Healthy U TV: Chris Freytag is a Minneapolis-based mom and fitness coach with a national following thanks to her infectious energy and easy-to-follow routines. Check out the free 10-minute workouts on her website, and if you like what you see (and you will), an annual membership costs less than $5 a month. See gethealthyutv.com.

The Bar Method: An online version of the wildly popular fitness trend of the same name, The Bar Method combines weights and push-ups with floor work and other signature moves to leave you feeling strong and graceful. It costs $19 a month after a 14-day free trial. barmethod.com

The Betty Rocker: Only have 15 minutes? Then you can do The Betty Rocker Challenge. Sign up for the free 30-day bodyweight challenge and you’ll get the videos, printable daily workouts and social media check-ins for support and accountability — no gym or exercise equipment required. makefatcrychallenge.com 

Yoga with Adriene: Five million YouTube subscribers can’t be wrong. Carve out some time for peaceful reflection while getting your body moving with Adriene’s free videos, which come in varying lengths and a variety of styles for every age, shape and ability level. yogawithadriene.com

Nike Run Club: This free app is great for breaking up the monotony of your basement treadmill. Discover dozens of guided runs with Olympians Shalane Flanagan and Simone Biles, mindfulness coach Andy Puddicombe and even comedian Kevin Hart, to name a few. Find it in the App Store or Google Play. 

CoreCamper: Twin Cities mother and fitness expert Ali Holman and her husband, Mark (above), offer daily 20-minute online workouts, meal plans, recipes, desk stretches and support. It’s $49.95 a month after a free two-day trial — or you can spy their regular TV segments on WCCO (CBS) and Twin Cities Live (ABC). See her tips about how to work out as a family at home at mnparent.com/feature/work-out-as-a-family. See corecamper.com.

Daily Burn: This  https://dailyburn.com/

Jazzercize: For those who are not currently registered customers of Jazzercise, Inc., the company has extended its trial period on Jazzercise On Demand to 14 days for free. See ondemand.jazzercise.com or jazzercise.com.

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