While most women enjoy when the weather warms up, we also dread it because that means - bathing suit season! No more hiding under our heavy winter clothes... it's time to get our butts in shape! I am especially guilty of this. I honestly find working out boring and don't want to pay for a gym membership. I always say how I can just make NYC my gym for free; however, I haven't fully taken advantage of my "gym membership." That's where Jillian Michaels, trainer to the stars and NBC's show The Biggest Loser, and her latest workout project - Gaiam TV come in!
Gaiam TV is the first streaming video subscription offering designed to reach those interested in health, wellness, yoga, fitness and personal development. With over 2,000 titles, it’s like a Netflix for fitness! It has hundreds of hours of online yoga, Pilates and cardio classes available and viewers can practice with top instructors like Rodney Yee, Seane Corn, Jillian Michaels, Mari Winsor and Kathryn Budig.
Gaiam TV’s yoga and fitness studios are flexible and simple to use. Viewers can customize workouts for weight loss, total body sculpting or increased energy and narrow down their options based on level, style, instructor and amount of available time. They're also available 24/7! Gaiam TV’s entire library of award-winning videos is available anytime, anywhere including your personal computers, iPads and smartphones.
I had the chance to try out this wonderful service and I must say that I found it really helped me to stay motivated. The variety of videos available help me mix up my workout and find new routines rather than stick to the same ol' boring one.
The best part... Gaiam TV is offering a free 10-day trial! Gaiam TV’s $9.95 per month subscription fee allows subscribers to stream unlimited content. The subscription to Gaiam TV is no strings attached; there is no commitment, and members can cancel at anytime. Sign up now and get your butt in shape just in time for swimsuit season!
How do you workout? Do you enjoy the gym or do you prefer other methods?
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. I received a free trial to give an accurate review.