Who says you need a personal trainer or gym membership? In our glorious digital age, you can experience great workouts anywhere thanks to YouTube. However, with so many free workout channels to choose from, how do you know which one is right for you? Below I’ll help you break down the best free fitness channels on YouTube for 2019.
I remember growing up and having to order a “7-Minute Abs” DVD that took two weeks to arrive in the mail. Now, I can pull up a half-hour workout routine on my cell phone. I think it’s fair to say that YouTube fitness channels are now the new workout DVD’s. And today I can access a huge variety of exercises, from aerobics and Pilates to boot camp and boxing. I’ve touched a little on this topic before, but below are examples of the best free fitness channels currently on YouTube.
If you’re looking for workout variety, the HASfit (Heart and Soul fit) YouTube channel has got you covered. They have over 1,000 workout routines, plus complete 30-to-90 day fitness programs that include meal planning, workout tips, and more. HASfit must be doing something right – they currently have over 1.5 million subscribers to their YouTube channel.
Here’s a link: https://www.youtube.com/user/KozakSportsPerform/featured
Walk at Home by Leslie Sansone
Surprisingly, a YouTube Channel called “Walk at Home” is ranked as one of the top fitness channels on YouTube. And for good reason – fitness guru Leslie Sansone has definitely found a niche with her series of low-intensity workouts. The walk videos are typically 20 minutes in length with titles, such as: “Brisk Walk”, “HIIT Walk”, and “Walk with Weights”. Leslie Sansone’s fitness brand is so popular that she sells her branded exercise videos and workout apparel at Walmart, Target, and QVC.
Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/user/walkathomemedia/featured
Yoga with Adriene
If you search “Yoga” on Google, chances are that Adriene Mishler might dominate your search results. Her YouTube channel, Yoga with Adriene, has reached over 5.4 million subscribers. And it’s easy to see why. Her calming voice and gentle disposition are evident in videos, such as “Yoga Morning Fresh” or “7-Minute Bedtime Yoga”. In addition to her personality, Adriene has yoga videos for, well, just about everything.
To see more, click: https://www.youtube.com/user/yogawithadriene/featured
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