7 Virtual Workouts in Wichita

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Although fitness studios are not deemed “essential” during the stay-at-home order, staying active during this time is crucial–not only for your physical health, but for your mental health, as well! Even more, exercise can help boost your immune system — the body’s defense against infections.

We know there are tons of online workout options; however, at Wichita Mom, we are very focused on helping our community support local businesses during this trying time. Many local fitness studios are offering livestream and online workouts to help get you through this time with your health intact. Check out these resources below to keep your fitness dollars local: 

Virtual Local Workouts
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Barre Forte Wichita

Barre Forte Wichita is offering livestream classes 2-4 times per day from, with an additional option to re-stream classes on-demand within your schedule! They have barre, sculpt, and HIIT classes via livestream–and you can use a variety of household items as equipment if you’re lacking any gear. Stream unlimited classes with no obligation for just $10 per week or $30 a month. View the schedule or sign up here.  If you have questions, please email [email protected] or text 316-706-2265.

Optimal Performance is currently offering all of its classes, small groups, and private sessions virtually through Zoom.  They have a glute camp, HIIT, SOLE classs, and bootcamps–in addition to small group and private training.  Your first virtual session is free!  They also have a 28-day challenge and virtual nutrition coaching coming in May!  To learn more, message Optimal Performance on Facebook or text 316-323-4390. You can also learn more via e-mail at [email protected].

Core Strength Wichita is providing virtual pilates classes at $15 per class (and you can try the first class for free!). They have classes throughout the day and week, and can help set each individual up in the class that best suits their needs and any equipment they may (or may not) have at home. Please visit their website or email them at [email protected] to get more information.

 

Limitless Yoga offers virtual yoga classes for all ages and levels of ability. From babies to adults, from chair yoga to flow yoga, they have something for everyone. Learn how to sign up and take classes on their website

Orangetheory Fitness believes its in-studio workouts create a global community. While they may not be able to meet in the studio at this time, that doesn’t mean they aren’t committed to helping their members continue to achieve More Life. Every day for the foreseeable future, they are sharing an Orangetheory-At-Home workout. The goal? To continue to facilitate a strong sense of community among members and nonmembers by keeping them active, energized and healthy! Check out the workouts here.

Jazzercise Wichita is offering Facebook Live classes for a limited time during COVID-19. With nine different cardio and strength formats and 2-3 classes a day, we are can help you avoid the “covid 15”. For just $15 a month you can get unlimited access to any and all classes. Start (or expand) your fitness journey with Jazzercise Wichita by signing up here.

Personal Trainer Tyler Stinson and Girls on the Run, Robyn Davis, are offering $5 zoom classes Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and 7 am and 5:30 pm. All classes can be done with no equipment or with common household items. We suggest having a booty band, resistance band, weights (or weight substitutes like jug of water or milk, laundry detergent, backpack full of books, etc.) to make the exercises more challenging. To learn more or sign up for one the workouts, go to “The Evolution Tyler Stinson” Facebook page.

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Jordan Kieffer
Jordan is General Counsel for WMB and a regular contributor. She is also an attorney in private practice and the owner of Barre Forte Wichita. She grew up in the rural Butler County area and spent most of her childhood outdoors. She attended WSU for undergrad, followed by KU Law. The year before Jordan completed law school, she and her husband got married, making her a stepmom to three. They have since added two little ones, making a total of five fun and crazy kids! In her free time, Jordan can be spectating at the kids’ ball games, at the barre studio, horseback, or listening to audiobooks. She lives a blessed life and she's excited to share it with you!