Type of exercise
Yoga, Stretching, Toning, Core Strength
Benefits & Member Specials
Lily Fit is an online hub for flexible and affordable access to studio classes and lifestyle magazines, focusing on Pilates, Yoga, Barre, dance, and body toning workouts. There are additional insights into fashion, entertainment, and the arts with the magazine subscription.
Why It’s Right for You
If you are interested in dance, Yoga, or Pilates, there is little to hold you back from giving the 10 day free trial offer a go. This site is perfect for your needs and interests in strength and stretching, and helps to incorporate other interests in your life as you focus on your fitness goals with their magazine articles and exposés.
Why It’s Not for You
Results will vary depending on your dedication to the video routines you follow, but you should be able to see a difference in 6 weeks.
Nutritional information is extremely limited on this site. There are some blog posts, and some magazine articles, but there is no formal or official diet instruction.
There is a 10-day free trial offer with signing up, and then it is $18/month. A post-natal and prenatal option is also available.
The membership benefits such as videos and emailed newsletters, along with the website, which can be accessed from any device, including mobile devices.
Lots of Variety, You Can Choose:
There is a large selection of different genres of exercise, so you can pick and choose which ones you’d like to do; some of the trainers are certified in several areas, so you can get a wide variety of different styles in your workouts.
The instructors are qualified in their individual exercise disciplines and they have worked with their fields for many years.
Free Trial Offer:
There is a 10 day free trial offer for the membership, so you can test it out to see if it is a good fit for you and your fitness goals.
With the magazine offer, the company is not just working to get you a better body, but a more informed mind and different topics.
Accessibility is a Must:
If you do not have Internet, or if you are on the go a lot, it will be hard to connect to your trainer. You get email reminders and you’ll have access to your trainer and meal plan, but you will need the Internet to work on these goals.
Injuries or Physical Decline can Hamper Progress:
If you have medical conditions, it will be hard to start on a level where you will be able to lose weight quickly. Building up muscle and stamina when you have not worked out in a long time, or lead a sedentary lifestyle, it will be harder to get the programs started.
The weekly membership payment is $18for access into the videos, which can add up pretty quickly, especially if you have issues with accountability, packed schedules, or physical limitations.
Working Out Needs:
If you have a background in working out with machines or weights, you might be better off going to a local gym in order to help meet your preferences and needs; depending on the training program you select, you still might want to have a gym to have access to treadmills or weights.
No In-Person Spotting:
If you want to work out in a way you might need a spotter, you might find this program unit for you.
Lily Fit is an online hub for flexible and affordable access to studio classes and lifestyle magazines, focusing on Pilates, Yoga, Barre, dance, and body toning workouts. There is a 10-day free trial offer with signing up, and then it is $18/month. A post-natal and prenatal option is also available. There are additional insights into fashion, entertainment, and the arts with the magazine subscription.