I've had a pretty consistent working out habit since at least Christmas so I thought it was time to share what I do to stay active. My schedule is:
Monday evening - 30 minute live Peloton followed by 45 minute Pilates class (I started this a few weeks ago, I like the live class and it just happens to be right before my Pilates class starts.)
Tuesday - Rest
Wednesday morning - 60 minute cardio and weights class
Thursday morning - 4 to 6 KM run
Friday - Rest (although I'd like to fit in a quick Peloton ride or digital studio class, I seem to rarely have time on this day)
Saturday or Sunday morning before lunch (not early) - 30 minute Peloton, with the other day of the weekend being a "rest" day, I use quotes because we are still usually doing something active.
I have always been a fan of group classes - I like someone else telling me what I need to do to get a good workout rather than me trying to figure it out on my own (either at the gym doing weights or a (VHS, ha!) tape, DVD, or YouTube workout). And I like the social aspect of the group class, rather than a one-on-one trainer. I have been been participating in Saor Studio classes for a few years (formerly Well and Tight, with classes held at the Gotta Dance studio), and they were just opening their own studio when the pandemic happened. So I've yet to workout at the studio in person but I have been checking in for the live Zoom classes and occasionally one of their recorded classes since last March. Someday we will be back in the studio but for now, this is my set up in the basement.
We got our Peloton in mid-March and it has been a great addition to our workouts. I mostly stick with the bike classes, and haven't dipped my toe into the rest of the library other than some stretching and core workouts. I love Cody, Alex, Tunde, and Ben. The theme classes are really fun and I am always sweaty when I'm finished.