A recent survey by the National Recreation and Park Association found that nearly 60 percent of people report being less active during the winter months. Even if the cold and gray weather keeps you bundled up inside and from venturing outside for a workout, there's no reason you can't exercise right in the comfort of your own home. These YouTube workout channels will keep you stretching, jumping and sweating away the winter blues so you can stay in tip top shape, even while you hibernate.
Yoga With Adriene
With 5.91 million YouTube subscribers, Yoga With Adriene has become the go-to channel for at-home yoga workouts. Adriene and her team have a mission to reach as many people as possible with high-quality, free yoga videos. There are yoga practices for all levels and bodies, including a popular Yoga For Beginners and Foundations of Yoga series. For those that want to work up a sweat, check out the Yoga for Weight Loss videos, and if you just need a bit of mental relaxation at the end of a long day, there's a yoga practice for that, too.
Sean Vigue Fitness
Known as the "Most Watched Online Yoga and Pilates Guy," Sean Vigue's YouTube channel features a diverse collection of Pilates, Yoga, Power Yoga, Core, Yoga for Men, Conditioning, Boot Camp and Bodyweight workouts. Sean's 156,000 subscribers enjoy over 450 workouts with new workouts added every week. In addition to his exercise videos, Sean also shares video tips on healthy eating and nutrition.
Laura London Fitness
Laura London is a holistic health coach and certified personal trainer that shares her favorite workouts, recipes, products and interviews on her YouTube channel. Her workouts feature some fun and unique workouts (hula hooping anyone?) as well as more traditional workouts like TRX, circuit training and Pilates. Her channel also features interviews with experts in the health and wellness field on popular topics, like how to eat a plant-based diet.
With 3.34 million subscribers, PsycheTruth is a YouTube leader in helping people take control of their health. The channel features a variety of yoga workouts that help viewers do everything from blast belly fat to tone their legs and glutes. In addition to yoga, the channel also features massage therapists that help viewers learn techniques to treat common issues like foot and lower back pain.
A YouTube channel with over 3.47 million subscribers, POPSUGAR Fitness offers fitness tutorials, workouts and exercises that help viewers with healthy living, weight loss and stress relief. Their Class FitSugar videos feature real-time workouts led by fitness experts and Hollywood trainers, and features trendy workouts like Tabata, P90X and Bar Method.
BodyFit by Amy
A YouTube channel to fit any lifestyle or fitness goal, BodyFit by Amy has over 500,000 subscribers. Workouts range in length from just 10 minutes to nearly an hour and include both low impact and advanced workouts. Some of Amy's most popular workout videos are a 10-minute Kettlebell workout, a 30-minute full body dumbbell workout and a 30-minute TRX workout. She also features quick, focused workouts like a 5-minute arm workout and an 8-minute ab workout. With workouts this quick there's no excuse not to do them!
A YouTube channel designed specially for women, Adidas Women features guided workouts as well as mindset and nutrition tips. The at-home workouts and how-to videos are designed by trainers from around the globe and are great for beginners. Don't know the first thing about Pilates? Want to tackle a full-body HIIT workout but don't know where to start? Adidas Women has you covered.
The Fitness Marshall
Just about the most fun you will ever have while working up a sweat, The Fitness Marshall features original dance workouts created by Caleb Marshall. On The Fitness Marshall YouTube channel, dancers can choose their favorite songs, make a playlist and dance along with Caleb in a customized workout. The dance playlists are updated regularly so you never get bored, and Caleb's fun and fresh instruction will keep you entertained while you work up a sweat.
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