7 Bustle Editors Share Their Favorite Online Workout Classes

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By Bustle Editors

Read on for the virtual yoga, dance HIIT, and full-body workout classes editors are loving right now.

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I've been doing The Class by Taryn Toomey and Y7 Online. I’ve been a member of the latter Yoga studio for almost 2 years, but found the former in March. It's part therapy session, part workout, and always leaves me feeling powerful and at peace. —Iman Hariri-Kia, Sex & Relationships Editor

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I’ve fallen in love with the Down Dog Yoga app. It’s really easy to customize based on your level of experience, how long you want your workout to be, and how intense or relaxing of a flow you’re looking for. —Allison Berry, Senior Branded Content Editor

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I'm obsessed with Walter K's dance HIIT classes on obé fitness. They're high energy, challenging, and he'll crack you up — I often forget I'm working out in front of my laptop. It's well worth the monthly membership just for his classes IMO. —Michelle Toglia, Deputy Lifestyle Editor, Bustle

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Pamela Reif's free YouTube videos are the quickest, hardest workouts I can do in my apartment. I sweat every time and swear I’m in better shape. — Lexi Novak, Branded Beauty Director

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I love Alo Moves with Abiola Akanni. I choose which 30-minute yoga class to take based on the divine energy I want to tap into. It's $20/month and they offer a 14-day free trial. —Melanie Mignucci, Health and Wellness Editor

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Tone It Up is great when you’re getting back into the swing of things. I'd pair their 20-30 minute workouts with cardio. There are plenty of non-equipment workouts that always make me break a sweat. —Shyema Azam, Branded Beauty Editor

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Jane DO on demand workouts are a mix of cardio and strength training and don’t need much equipment! You can sort by length of workout which makes it easy to fit in, and they are so much fun! They add new videos often, so you can mix it up. –Heather Brennan, Associate Manager, Editorial Operations

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