Balancing work, family, friends, and personal time isn't exactly an effortless feat. Add in travel for business or pleasure, trying to keep up with your favorite show, and exercise, and you're a bonafide juggler. Instead of completely falling off of the fitness train and giving up on the gym completely, technology has made it easier than ever to work out from the comfort of your home or hotel room. From streaming a barre class to a HIIT session, there is an option for any level and sweat preference. Below, 3 programs that promise to fit into even the busiest of schedules.


It's no secret that New Orleans loves Barre3 (we have 3 studios!), but what happens if you can't make it into class? You can still access their signature low-impact workout (a combination of yoga, pilates, and ballet) through their online program. Props aren't necessary, modifications are given for each posture, and there are hundreds of videos to choose from, all with varying lengths. You can try the program at no cost for 15 days and should you choose to stick with it, an account costs $29 per month. Streaming is available through computer, mobile, Apple TV and Chromecast.


Get a New York style sweat without ever leaving the house! Tune into 14 live 28-minute classes a day (filmed in their futuristic studio) taught by a variety of NYC-based instructors. Anything from yoga to dance cardio is available on their schedule and in their extensive library of past tapings. They also offer express workouts, pre- and postnatal classes, and the option to "level up" with weights and other equipment. Try Obé for a week for free, then pay just $27 a month for unlimited videos. Stream from their app, Apple TV, and Chromecast!

CorePower Yoga On Demand

New Orleans has yet to be graced with one of the country's most popular studios, but that can't stop you from experiencing the addicting workout. All of the popular classes are available (sans heat) and videos range from 1 minute to an hour. The unlimited classes even include meditation and pose lessons. After a free trial week, subscriptions cost $19.99 a month or $199.99 a year and viewing options are plenty: iOS App, Apple TV, Android, AndroidTV, Roku and AmazonFire app.