Julie Devereaux

Weekdays 10:00am - 2:00pm

NEWCASTLE UNDER LYME, UNITED KINGDOM - MARCH 23: Four-year-old Lois Copley-Jones, who is the photographer's daughter, takes part in a live streamed broadcast of PE with fitness trainer Joe Wicks on the first day of the nationwide school closures on March 23, 2020 in Newcastle Under Lyme, United Kingdom. Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has spread to at least 182 countries, claiming over 10,000 lives and infecting hundreds of thousands more. (Photo by Gareth Copley/Gareth Copley)

We all get the message loudly and clearly: if you’re working out, outside, around other people, please wear a mask.

If you’re someone who runs or bikes you fully understand that a mask will make comfortable breathing a challenge. Let’s be honest: a pain in the ass really.

Gyms are closed. You have to keep your distance when you’re around other people. (You don’t want to leave a trail of covid breath. Ewwww!) You also don’t want to compromise anyone’s health…including your own.

Before this pandemic you worked out, maybe everyday, maybe not. But as we head into our eighth week, you’re realizing you really need to move your body. Now.

Thanks to Mayor Walsh, Blue Cross Blue Shield and every participating Boston area fitness center, here’s your chance to do that in the privacy of your home or yard.

Saturday you have the opportunity to take some amazing on line fitness classes for free!

So, work out for yourself. Work out for your loved ones, with your loved ones. Work out for someone who can’t.

Boston Social Fitness 2020

Boston's first-ever Virtual Social Fitness Festival, presented by Mayor Walsh and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, will be bringing you FREE live at-home workouts from the area's best fitness professionals. Invite your friends - it's time to get Boston Strong, together!