“Travel” from Home with Exercise Classes for People Over 50

This post is sponsored by Silver&Fit. All opinions are my own.

There is nothing I like more than travel. And generally nothing I like less than group exercise classes that expose my complete lack of coordination and fluffy midsection. I used to have a terrible time motivating myself to get to the gym or yoga studio. But the one good thing about spending so much time at home is that I’ve learned to enjoy the privacy of virtual fitness classes, especially when those classes satisfy my wanderlust.

Silver&Fit is one of the leading healthy aging and exercise programs, offering a wide-range of exercise classes for over 50s men and women. But don’t let the silver in the name (or the senior in the descriptions) turn you off! Silver&Fit has a variety of programs for beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels of fitness.

The hard part of staying motivated to exercise at home is finding the variety that you need to keep your interest and exercise different parts of your body. I’ve really enjoyed using online exercise programs from home because there is a constant flow of new options.

Woman exercising at home with tv in background showing exercise class

Silver&Fit Exercise Classes for People Over 50

Silver&Fit offers a wide range of free classes for all fitness levels through its Fit at Home™ streaming classes. You can find 9 classes a day, 6 days a week, offered live on Facebook and YouTube. But the good news is that you don’t have to participate in the live classes.

If you have commitment issues (like me) or an ever-changing schedule (also like me), you can watch any of the saved classes on the Silver&Fit Facebook page or YouTube channel at a time that is convenient for you!

Silver & Fit Fit at Home fitness calendar

Silver&Fit offers seven different categories of classes in three different levels (beginner, intermediate, advanced):

  • Cardio
  • Yoga
  • Strength
  • Flex & balance
  • Mixed format
  • Dance
  • Tai Chi

Most classes are only about 30 minutes, so it is very easy to fit into your schedule. Plus, you don’t need any fancy equipment. In fact, most classes use just your body weight and maybe a mat or towel. It is helpful to have a few items on hand though, including an exercise mat, towel, water, light hand weights, and maybe resistance bands. 

woman working out with hand weights in front of tv exercise class in family room

I tried a variety of classes at different levels and found that since I’ve been working out regularly, the intermediate or advanced were the best for my fitness level. 

Of course some of those cardio classes reminded me of my awkward teenage aerobics classes and it was better for me to slow it down with beginner classes until I can get my brain, arms and feet to work in sync.

Yoga tends to be my go to class, especially since that was the one group class I did pay before I started exercising at home.

Woman on lawn in front of a beach in exercise clothes with a chair

“Travel” While Exercising

Of course one of the things I like best about Silver&Fit are the international classes. Every day at 5:00 pm ET a different class is offered from an international destination. I’ve done yoga, cardio, and strength classes streamed live from Mexico and Punta Cana. 

I’m craving travel so badly that just getting to see those palm trees and beaches makes me happy. Especially when I can hear the island breeze and waves in the background. It makes me want to work up a sweat!

And the good news is that when I can travel again, having guided exercise classes right at my fingertips on my phone or laptop will hopefully help me keep up the exercise regime I’ve been doing at home. For most classes all you need is a little space and your body. Even if a mat or light weights are needed, it is easy to find substitutes or borrow them from the hotel fitness center.

How to Join Live Exercise Classes

Silver&Fit classes are livestreamed on Facebook and YouTube, but can also be watched later on their channels. Sometimes it can be hard to see all the moves on a small phone screen, tablet, or laptop. 

Woman in green shirt and black exercise pants exercising in front of desk with laptop showing exercise class

Luckily most smart TVs have a YouTube application on the television, even in hotels. If you don’t have a TV with built-in apps, you can also find the YouTube app on the Amazon Firestick or Apple TV. I actually like to travel with a Firestick or Google Chromecast because they are so small and make it easy to watch my streaming services anywhere.

Woman doing standing yoga pose in front of tv with exercise class

If you are looking for exercise classes for over 50s, Silver&Fit is the place to start. Silver&Fit is approachable and low key, not intense or high pressure. With the wide variety of classes, you are bound to find some that you love. You can participate according to your schedule and…it’s free.

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Publish Date: January 27, 2021



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