Break a Sweat in Nature: Virtual Fitness Classes You Can Do Outdoors

If you’re looking for a way to stay motivated on your fitness journey, virtual classes are sure to inspire you. And here at Summit Creek, owners enjoy the most inspiring outdoor setting to break a sweat — elevated above the inversion of Utah Valley and embraced by panoramic mountain vistas. Who needs the gym, anyway? All you have to do is grab your laptop or phone, pick out the perfect patch of grass and tune into your workout of choice. 

Yoga and Meditation

Find balance, flexibility and inner strength by taking an online yoga class. Whether you prefer to follow the free 30-day workflow taught by popular YouTube yogi Adriene Mishler or a customized class from the Down Dog app, yoga is the perfect way to re-center yourself. If you’re looking for an even more restful practice, try out a meditation class. 


Work up a sweat in the best way possible by tuning into a virtual cardio class. Sign up for a free 30-day trial so you can take customized classes from Booya Fitness (we love the cardio kickboxing and cardio yoga sessions) or check out The Fitness Marshall YouTube channel, which offers dance workouts sure to get your heart racing. 

Bodyweight Training

Celebrity personal trainer Don Saladino has worked with everyone from Blake Lively to John Krasinski, and he is now offering a free four-week bodyweight training program that can be done at home without any equipment. Saladino is also going live on Instagram regularly to provide virtual bodyweight workout routines.


If you miss your barre studio, don’t despair: it’s possible to bring your practice home thanks to barre3, which is now offering a free home workout trial for 15 days. The highly customizable program enables you to choose the class length, focus on a particular part of your body, and even mute the music.

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