We all know that exercise is important for our health.
However, exercise is hard to fit into our schedules. I’m more likely to work out in the mornings, but I also have a hard time waking up early. In the afternoons and evenings, I’m usually busy driving kids to activities and coming up with dinner. In order to save time, I like to exercise at home, where there is no drive time and I don’t need to worry about what I look like. Here are my favorite places to find free workouts online.
This channel is a couple of parents who lead workouts. As a bonus, sometimes a child or a dog will make an appearance in the videos. I like that these workouts are usually quick and there are usually options to use different equipment, such as dumbbells or resistance bands.
I love that Amy offers up modifications for prenatal and postnatal mothers, as well as women recovering from diastasis recti. I also like that she makes using dumbbells and kettlebells simple and easy. She offers plenty of modifications for beginners. I also appreciate how Amy is always upbeat and encouraging.
I really like that Brian has lots of quick, 20 minute videos. There are plenty of days when I struggle to get out of bed and I don’t have time for a longer workout. I also like that he has lots of low-impact walking workouts that still feel like you got in plenty of exercise. Brian is my go-to guy when I’m lacking motivation.
Caroline is my favorite woman for the days when I really want to go hard. Caroline is a mom of two and a certified personal trainer. I really like her dumbbell workouts, which are always challenging to me. I can’t lift as heavy as Caroline yet, but she inspires me to keep pushing myself!
I like that Anna offers up a wide range of exercise videos. They vary in length and type, which helps keep my interest. Anna is a certified fitness trainer, so she knows what she’s doing.
I love that Juice and Toya exercise together! They have a wide variety of workouts, which I love. I particularly enjoy their dumbbell videos. In addition to workouts, they also offer nutrition advice and motivation.
Get in your cardio with hip-hop routines. Mike is a fun, genial instructor who breaks down all the dance moves, usually along with some friends. These videos make me forget my hatred of cardio, and I can just enjoy the music and dance moves.
I love that this channel uses a wide variety of people to lead their workouts. As a result, there is a wide range of workout styles, so there is always something for everyone. There are full-length workouts as well as plenty of 10-minute options for those days when you just don’t have much time.
These workouts are so much fun due to the music! Most of the workouts are dance-based, which is a great way to build up some energy for your day. The fun music really helps get me moving on days when I’m lacking motivation.
I have been following Sydney’s workouts for a long time now. She has enough variety to hold my interest. I also like that she focuses on both fitness and nutrition. Sydney is good about motivating her exercise pals to take care of their bodies in a nice, upbeat way. Her workouts can also feel challenging, but attainable.
What are your favorite online workouts?
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