Fitness program reviews: Online workouts tried, tested & compared
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If you're looking to try out a new online workout or find one that suits your needs then look no further. Finder Fit aims to compare, test and try popular online workout programs so you can save your money on the best on the market.
We look to review programs for both men, women and children to ensure you can keep fit and healthy with accurate information. Think fitness apps, e-books, social programs and everything else in between. Check out our reviews below.
Fitness program reviews
Pilates expert Simone Barry lists her favourite places to do Pilates online for free.Read more…
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I went to my first ever reformer Pilates beginners class and learned some life lessons so you don't have to.Read more…
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