Yes, we know we *should* be trying to workout, but it’s hard to find the motivation when you have such a busy schedule. Exercising is great for both the body and the mind. Not only does it help keep your heart healthy, it can also help with stress and anxiety. So, what’s the answer when you just cant find the time? Enter YouTube.
We know the concept of workout videos on YouTube isn’t revolutionary, but it’s just so handy.Not only can you do YouTube workouts from the comfort of your own home – or anywhere – you can also do them any time and they’re completely free. The only problem is that there are just so many to choose from. Here are some of our favourite YouTube fitness channels to try out…
4 YouTube Fitness Channels To Try
If you’re looking for something super fun to get you moving, Blogilates is the one for you. Cassey Ho has over 4.3 subscribers, so she must be doing something right! Cassey’s enthusiasm is pretty infectious and there are a whole host of workouts to choose from; like pilates, dance and celebrity workouts like How to Get Beyoncé’s Body. Cassey also has a free 1 month beginners plan.
The benefits of doing yoga, both physically and mentally, are well documented, but it can be hard to try squeeze in a class. Which is where Yoga With Adriene comes in. Adriene has a whole host of videos like yoga for teens, yoga for migraines, as well as meditation for anxiety. So, there really is something for everyone. If you really want to try out yoga but are a bit worried, fear not. Adriene has an awesome 30 Days of Yoga beginners program.
Another great YouTube fitness channel is Popsugar Fitness. There are a huge mix of workouts to choose from. Again, there are lots of super fun ones to keep you interested, one for beginners and ones to give you a bot of a challenge. They also have a great 30 Minute No Equipment Barre Workout. Barre seems to be the workout that all the city peeps rave about, but it can be hard to find a Barre class in rural Ireland, so this is a great way to try it out. Plus, we don’t need to remind you that it’s free and you can do it at home! Yay!
We’re pretty sure that The Body Coach, aka Joe Wicks, is taking over the work (he has cookbooks and his own line of kitchenware!), but it all started off with his YouTube. The Body Coach is known for his HITT training (that’s High Intensity Interval Training) which can sound super intimidating, but there honestly not. There are also beginner videos too, but if you’re already into your fitness Joe’s videos are sure to give you a challenge. Most of the videos are under 15 minutes, so we’re pretty sure that we have no excuses not to sneeze in a workout anymore.
Are there any YouTube Fitness Channels that you love? Let us know!
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