Since the gyms are closed and you’re working out of bed, you’re at risk of quickly becoming a couch potato. But modern technology gifted us smartphones, which you can easily download tons of apps onto that will help you stretch out and shed some calories. In most cases, you don’t need anything except your body and your phone. Take a look at our favorites!

Daily Yoga

This app, as the name suggests, is for doing yoga. When completing the registration, you choose a program that picks out the most suitable exercises for you. After that, all you do is watch the instructional video. The app is free to download and comes with a week-long trial period for beginners, tutorials for, among others, office yoga or a manual on how to stretch a sore neck. However, to get full access, you have to get a premium account.

You can also try this Sneakers mobility challenge and tag Footshop or Dada on Instagram.

Spartan Home Workout

This app is tailored for home workouts. It helps you burn fat, boost your metabolism and is suitable for both beginners and seasoned gym bro’s. There’s a free and a pro version. We recommend this mainly for men.

Seven

With the app Seven, getting in shape takes only (you guessed it) 7 minutes. When you start the app, you pick one of three goals – Get Fit, Get Strong or Lose Weight. You pick the days of the week you want to work out, what time you want to start and you’re set. You can also find extra challenges or sign up for a weekly or yearly subscription to the 7 Club. But apart from that, you can do your daily seven-minute workout completely free of charge.

Extra tip: Headspace

After working out, it’s a good idea to take a break with meditation. Usually, there isn’t much time for it, so if you haven’t tried meditation yet, now’s the perfect opportunity.

The Headspace app, which is perfect for beginners, will be your guide. Its goal is to help you stress less, move more and sleep better. It’s like a personal helper for being more mindful and happier. Also, at the moment, Headspace offers special kinds of meditation to help fight stress from the new coronavirus. You get a two-week free trial, after that, you pay for a membership.

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Footshop is an ever-changing medium that connects cultures, sub-cultures, groups, and individuals into one big family whose shared interest is their love for sneakers.