Many fitness businesses that play music in their gym or studio aren’t aware of the legal implications behind streaming from personal plans. In fact, violations to copyright infringement can hold you liable for damages up to $150k per song played. Plus, acquiring a Public Performance License on your own is time consuming and costly, which is why many gyms and studios opt to use a service that has this covered. Here are a few streaming services built specifically for gym, box, and studio use.
Gyms and studios across the nation are temporarily closing their doors in an effort to “flatten the curve” of coronavirus, so more and more businesses are quickly adapting to the situation and launching online training to keep people active and exercising from home. Luckily, WHO’s recommendations can still be achieved at home with little space and equipment.
As gyms shut down to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, more and more businesses are launching online training to keep people active and exercising from home. We have compiled a list of gyms and studios offering online workouts and classes for those at home. These include scheduled streaming workouts, on-demand classes, free online memberships, and more. Click the blue links to be directed to the workout.
Technological advancements and social sharing platforms have made us more connected than ever, and given us the means to connect with our favorite gym and studio communities from afar. If you’re craving the full experience of your favorite class or studio, here are a few ways that you can bring the boutique fitness studio experience home.
There’s an old cliche that many powerful stories start with. “Do you remember when?” The simple question freezes moments in time, placing them on a pedestal and subjecting them to reinterpretation, discussion, and, perhaps most importantly, reliving. Rarely do we recognize their importance in our present lives; maybe that’s why we spend so much time reminiscing on the past and anticipating the future. But every so often, an instance comes around that is immediately recognizable as an inflection point in all of our lives. March 2020 has undeniably brought forth one of those moments.
With gyms and fitness centers temporarily closing their doors nationwide, many of us are beginning to redefine how we get our exercise. On-demand and at-home workouts are more prevalent than ever, with a booming number of fitness services offering recorded and live-streamed workouts, as well as comprehensive programs available to download.