While many people are at home across the state, chances are, you have a little more time on your hands. How do you keep up your workout routine while practicing social distancing? This San Francisco company is hosting online workout classes while you're stuck at home.

Dryft is a mobile fitness studio in the Bay area that can bring the gym to your house. It all takes place via Zoom.

If you want to join in, it's $5 per person for a group virtual class offered three times per day. You can choose from classes such as HIT, running, and yoga. 

Or if you're a trainer and would like to help teach, they are hiring too.

Cassidy Thompson, one of the studio's personal trainers hosted their first-ever open virtual workout session via Instagram this week.

She told ABC7 news, "I had my friends from LA, I had my mom in her office, there was basically no excuse for them to work out with me because they could workout from their own homes. Health and wellness are incredibly important. I think it's great in times of stress. People need to get moving especially when they are feeling kind of sad in these hard times."

If you'd like to view upcoming class times, you can check out the studio's Instagram stories.

Saturday, March 21 and Sunday, March 22 have three upcoming workouts at 9:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m., and 4:30 p.m. PST.

For those seeking other productive activities to do at home, the Los Angeles County libraries are offering a free virtual library card that lasts for 90 days.

Remote patrons can rent ebooks, watch movies, get tutoring help, and even participate in online language learning courses. Who's up for brushing up on those high school Spanish classes again?

Dryft: Virtual Workout Classes

Price: Begins at $5 per person 

Location: At home

Why You Should Try It: You can keep up a quality workout from your living room for cheap.

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