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Fitscope: Train at Home

Quick Look: Fitscope: Train at Home is a resource and motivator for those of you using your stationary bike, rowing machine, elliptical or treadmill as a clothesline, so let's dust off the displays, move the laundry and let's get started. Fitscope: Train at Home is a perfect channel for those of you that have made the pledge to get back into shape and just lack the motivation to do so. The exercise routines are led by certified trainers that use these apparatus to get you looking and feeling your best.

For those of you who have not made the commitment to buy one of the items listed above, fear not because there are plenty of exercises you can participate in as well, including stretching, free weights, Yoga, Pilates, Tai Chi, and core exercises. Routines are available for all levels of fitness and time constraints leaving you no excuses for not getting out and exercising.

The channel is subscription-based and all of the videos are locked, but you can still peruse the entire library for free. The Fitscope: Train at Home YouTube channel contains free fitness videos, including the one below.

-- Information is current as of May 21, 2021

Developer's Channel Description: Get more out of your cardio and strength workouts with motivational HIIT classes from Fitscope Studio. Fitscope works with ALL types of stationary bike, treadmill, elliptical, rowing machine, airbike and popular home gym gear like dumbbells, kettlebells and more.

No equipment? No problem. Fitscope also offers yoga, mat Pilates and bodyweight strength training workouts. All levels from beginner and low impact to advanced taught by inspirational and fun LA trainers. New classes released every week!


STUDIO CLASSES ANYTIME: Tap into hundreds of HIIT workouts direct from Fitscope’s Los Angeles studio:
• Cycling
• Elliptical
• Running
• Power Walking
• Rowing
• Airbike
• Core
• Yoga
• Pilates
• Tai Chi
• Strength Training

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DEVELOPER: Fitscope Studio

FEES: $9.99/month or $79.99/year with a 7-day free trial