If you skipped most of your workouts to be more “present” during the holiday festivities and aren’t looking forward to getting back on the treadmill, we feel you. We rounded up some of the workouts that have fitness fans talking. Do them at home, in the studio, on a trampoline or a lake (gasp) — whatever it takes to get moving.

• If you love working out at home: There are tons of streaming options and the new offering from Bethany C. Meyers is worth checking out. be.come is a music driven mash-up of low-impact yoga, Pilates and strength training. Best of all, it doesn’t require any equipment and the body-positive message and focus on becoming the strongest you is super motivating.

Also worth a look: Anna Kaiser’s streaming service AKT On Demand offers 55 videos ranging from 10 to 90 minutes and includes everything from dance cardio to strength-training moves that have made her popular with clients Kelly Ripa and Shakira.

• If you love high-intensity interval training and the competition of Orangetheory: Look for something like Miami’s Spartan Gym, which is like a playground for gym rats. Classes include circuit training, obstacle courses and race training to build athleticism, strength, endurance and mental acuity. Think overhead ropes, nets and pipes for course training.

New York’s Tone House has sessions that are team-oriented, competitive and fun. The goal is to bring sports conditioning workouts to the mainstream with moves like battle ropes, squat jumps and bear crawls.

Around the country, check out the race training classes at Obstacle Academy in Edina, Minn., the Spartan SGX class at Urban Fit in Hatsfield, Pa. or Life Time gyms for their Spartan Strong classes.

• If you hate the treadmill and elliptical: 2018 is all about rowing workouts and boutique studios are popping up everywhere. Don’t worry, it’s not like spinning, where you’re on the rower for a boring 45 minutes. Many of the classes mix up rowing intervals with strength and ab conditioning for a high-intensity, low-interval punch.

At EngineRM in New York, the focus is on rowing in unison as a group guided by the coxswain. LIT method relies on rowing machines to boost your heart rate in their high intensity, low impact classes in Los Angeles. LA’s iRow studio is all about hardcore rowing in group classes or training on the water.

Try mixing in 10-minute intervals on the rowing machine at your gym during your normal workout.

• If you like boxing: Boxing workouts have followed the ebb and flow of most fitness fads and are having a big moment now with studios for everyone. 9Round gets it done in just 30 minutes with 600 locations around the country, and chances are your local YMCA or fitness club is offering a few sparring classes too.

• If you dread cardio: It’s easy to see why trampoline or rebounder workouts are all the rage. It’s low impact and gentle on your joints, but offers the heart pumping cardio benefits of a hard run. It’s great for improving balance and, most importantly, it’s fun!

Mini trampolines are relatively inexpensive (you can buy one from celeb trainer Tracy Anderson for $70) and there are tons of online workouts to get you started. Anderson’s 50-minute workout (available online or on DVD) is half muscular structure followed by 25 minutes of dance cardio performed on the rebounder. Or try the DVD by Simone de la Rue of Body By Simone, which includes three trampoline dance routines to target the upper body, lower body and core.

• If you like yoga: As the fitness scene has focused more on upping the intensity ante, there’s been a counter-movement that’s all about active rest and recovery. Beyond just sitting on the couch watching Netflix, these classes are focused on yin yoga, gentle stretching, dim lights, self-massage, foam rolling and aromatherapy. Namaste.

Crunch Gym’s newest class is Hair of the Down Dog: Detox Yoga to help you recover from late night partying or too many burpees. Equinox doubled down on restorative classes with stretch essentials and athletic stretch classes that includes guided self-massage and flexibility training for better range of motion.

In Dallas, Foam Roller Fitness is all about rolling out your troubles. At New York’s Mile High Run Club recovery room, you can book stretch sessions, reflexology and acupuncture, or spend some time in their compression boots or playing with the Hyperice recovery tools. At Naam Yoga’s aromatherapy class in New York, students put the essence of plants on specific body points to help restore harmony and wellness.