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Stay healthy at home with Live Streaming Fitness

Being forced to stay indoors doesn’t mean you have to slack on your workout routine.
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April 2, 2020
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One of the trickiest parts of staying isolated at home is staying fit and healthy. Unless you have the funds and space for a home gym setup, chances are your options for working out at home are a bit limited. But, that's not to say it's impossible to keep up with your fitness goals when you're stuck inside—you just need a little guidance.

Live Streaming Fitness is here to ensure that you don't need to let go of the epic gains you've made leading up to now, and a lifetime subscription is currently available for over 90 percent off at just $79.

This subscription makes it easy to hit your fitness goals in the comfort of your own home and with minimal equipment, thanks to live streaming and on-demand classes that can be followed from all of your devices.

Featured on CNBC, Good Morning America and USA Today, this popular program will help you stay in shape and get healthy through a variety of classes that are led by some of the industry's best and most experienced trainers.

You'll have 24/7 access to classes that range from yoga and cardio to strength training and specialized workouts, and it's easy to connect with friends and family in the live streaming community in order to share your progress and work out in groups.

This subscription also gives you access to a wide range of healthy meal plans that will also help with your goals.

Don't let being stuck inside get in the way of your fitness goals. Usually priced at nearly $1,000, a lifetime subscription to Live Streaming Fitness is currently on sale for just $79—over 90 percent off MSRP.

Prices are subject to change.

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