Pilates was pioneered by Joseph Pilates during World War II | Source: Pilates Anytime

The Best Five Pilates Apps for Everyday Health

Finding the time to attend a fitness class can be difficult, especially when you have a constantly changing schedule. That’s where fitness apps come in. Offering the ability to work out when and where you want, fitness apps are not only convenient but they’re also led by professional trainers who guide you through a range of tutorials, so long as you know which app to download. If you’re looking to strengthen your core, stretch and tone your muscles through pilates, here are some of the top apps to download.

Pilates Anytime

With over 3,4000 streaming and downloadable workouts, the Pilates Anytime app ranks as one of the top apps for pilates. Guided by almost 200 instructors from around the world, the app adds new classes every week and even creates content for pilates teachers. After a 14-day free trial, the app costs approximately A$25 a month.

FitOn Workouts & Fitness Plans

Ever wanted to learn Pilates from Julianne Hough? Now you can through the FitOn app. With names like Queer Eye’s Jonathan Van Ness and established fitness YouTuber Cassey Ho, FitOn offers fitness classes led by world-class trainers, and not just on pilates and yoga. You can also access guides on meal planning, meditation, self-care and more for free.

Glo

With classes on pilates, yoga and meditation, the Glo app is perfect for those who are looking to restore some inner peace from the comfort of their own home. Users can download classes, fill a library with their favourites and join live streams for approximately A$43 a month.

Pilatesology

In teaching all ages traditional pilates, the founders of Pilatesology take on some of the few remaining people who learned from Joseph Pilates to guide you through classical Pilates workouts. In as little as 10 minutes a day, Pilatesology promises to condition your core and improve your balance. Users can experience the app for 14 days for free and pay A$20 monthly thereafter.

YouTube Pilates

Another way to get in a pilates workout from home is through YouTube. While there’s a number of ‘fitfluencers’ that upload pilates tutorials to choose from, a couple of top picks include Blogilates’ Cassey Ho and Nicole McPherson’s channel Move With Nicole.

If you love pilates and want to mix up your at-home work out check out the best online pilates workouts here. And, if you prefer to go into a studio and want to try yoga have a look at The Best Hot Yoga Studios in Perth.

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