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6 YouTube Channels for At-Home Workouts | RMHP Blog

6 YouTube Channels for At-Home Workouts | RMHP Blog

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Six YouTube channels That Offer Home Workout Options

Daily fitness has dozens of physical and mental benefits. No matter your age, working out regularly can decrease your blood pressure, keep you in shape, provide an endorphin boost, and so much more.

Thanks to YouTube, there are countless options for at-home workouts that can save you the time and expense of a gym membership. Here are six channels with a variety of workout options that you can explore to make fitness a regular part of your daily routine.

1. Blogilates

Blogilates is run by Cassey Ho, who designs the workouts to be equipment-free so you can do them easily from home.

The workouts range from one song length to more than twenty minutes, giving you a variety based on how much time you have available for a workout. Though Cassey’s specialty is in pilates, she includes workouts targeting specific areas of the body with difficulties ranging from beginner to advanced.

2. The Fitness Marshall

Dancing is a fun way to stay in shape! Moving and grooving offers all the benefits of cardio, no running or cycling required.

These workouts don’t require coordination or dance skills to follow along, either. The Fitness Marshall breaks down the moves into easy-to-follow steps, and each routine is choreographed specifically for people without much dance experience.

3. POPSUGAR Fitness

By covering current trends in exercise and offering workouts that go from “basic” to “intense,” POPSUGAR makes fitness all-inclusive.

The videos cover workouts with no equipment, workouts with standard equipment, and advanced celebrity trainers to kick things up a notch so it’s important to have an idea of how you’d like to challenge yourself. There really is something for everyone on this channel.

4. Fitness Blender

This husband and wife duo create videos for people with no fitness experience, moderate fitness experience, or extensive fitness experience. Their sessions range from five minutes to over half an hour, and they’re designed specifically for busy people who are working exercise into their hectic lives.

5. Yoga with Adriene

For anyone who likes the idea of a home workout, but might not have access to equipment or space for dancing, Yoga with Adriene is a great option with hundreds of yoga videos you can do from home.

Yoga has so many mental and physical health benefits. A fast-paced session will get your heart pumping, a peaceful session can help you find mindfulness and serenity, and yoga can even be used to alleviate pain. No matter what your goals are, this wonderful channel is perfect for beginners and advanced yogis alike.

6. HASfit

This channel is always free and has over one thousand videos. If you’re just starting to explore home workout YouTube channels, HASfit is a great place to start. You can try a low-impact workout and work your way up to a more intense session, or mix and match your workouts to keep things interesting.

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