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Crunch Live Review – Group Fitness at Home

I’m always excited to share a workout that those outside New York can participate in. While I recently shared a list of free workouts in fitness stores across the country, you still have to live near one of those stores to join a class. However, with Crunch Live, you can join anytime and anywhere you have internet access. Crunch Live is a website featuring workout videos of some of Crunch’s most popular classes, including Yoga Body Sculpt, Athletes Workout, Brazilian Body Blast, Cardio Kickboxing, and Aerobics with Attitude. For $9.99/month you can take these classes at home when they fit your schedule.

Crunch has made it especially easy to fit Crunch Live workouts into your schedule with classes that vary in length. Classes range from 60 minutes to quick 15-minute workouts. Videos are also broken down into categories (i.e. Chill Out or Chisel It) to make browsing workout options simple. When you find classes you love, you can save them to Favorites or even create Playlists to customize your weekly class schedule. Crunch even offers suggested Playlists to help you set a balanced routine.

Crunch Live - Group Fitness at Home

Once you choose a workout, the video page gives you additional information about the class, instructor, and equipment needed. There is also opportunity to rate the workout and share it via Facebook or Twitter. The videos themselves are excellent quality and make you feel like you’re in the studio with the instructor. Just before writing this post, I took the 15-minute Quick Core class with Deborah Sweets. Her cueing and form corrections are spot on. She also kept me motivated, even though I was working out alone in my bedroom. Finally, I liked that the two class assistants offered modifications for those with injuries. These quick classes are perfect for days when I don’t have time for a full workout. Everyone has at least 15 minutes in their day to dedicate to their health.

Space in my apartment is limited, so the Dance Rhythms workouts might be tough for me to complete. But I’m eager to try more yoga, pilates, and toning Crunch Live classes at home. Crunch Live is great for those who have large open spaces at home, especially if you don’t live near a studio or gym that offers group classes. Get a FREE TRIAL of Crunch Live to try it out. Let me know what you think!

NOTE: Crunch provided me with a trial of Crunch Live, but I received no additional compensation for my review. All opinions are my own.

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3 Comments

  • Reply The Preppy Student

    This looks like so much fun but my apartment might be too small!

    -the Preppy Student

    June 24, 2014 at 7:36 pm
  • Reply Valerie cerny

    Do the class routines change or is it the same routine over and over, day after day?

    August 20, 2014 at 8:57 am
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