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Though many of us can’t feel it (I’m talking to you, East Coast), spring is officially here and summer is just around the corner. In a couple months, the bathing suits will be coming out and the shorts will be dusted off – in other words, it’s time to get ready.

Since we’re living in a technological golden age, getting fit has never been easier. Anything we want, from online personal trainers to food trackers to yoga studios, can all be found online – and won’t break the bank.

We’ve done the research and found the best of the best. So, without further ado, we present the cream of the crop – for both working out and eating healthy:

  1. Classpass: Gym class rats, this one’s for you. For $79 – $99 a month (varies between cities), receive unlimited classes to a variety of studios in the ClassPass network. Rowing, cycling, yoga and everything in between is included – and available throughout the country, which is perfect for travelers!
  1. FitnessGloAt $12 per month, choose your workouts based on duration, level, teacher, style or program. “Whether it’s a beginning class to start your fitness journey… or an all-around power class that gives you cardio… our instructors will nurture you, challenge you and inspire you,” their site describes. FitnessGlo will get you feeling ready and able to kick ass!
  1. PilatesologyCreated by a husband-and-wife team, their goal is to spread Joseph Pilates’ original work worldwide. The perfect tool for Pilates junkies, receive unlimited classes for either $19 per month or $150 per year. Train with world-renowned classical Pilates teachers on your time and at your pace.
  1. Jillian MichaelsIf you’ve ever watched NBC’s “The Biggest Loser,” you know the beast that is Jillian Michaels. Straight talk, no BS, and as the site says, “your total solution for weight loss,” you’ll receive both a workout regimen and food plan to keep you on track. Part of the site is free, which is awesome. For $100 per week, receive a personal trainer, or for $5 per month, you’ll get a more detailed, complete regimen.

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