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Long gone are the days of having to stop by a library to rent a VHS tape if you were looking to find a workout video. We’ve been long exposed to being able to search the internet or stop by a sporting goods store or department store and buy a workout DVD fairly easily. With the proliferation of technology still ever-expanding, there are now literally thousands of options for finding workout/fitness videos online, and often times at no cost. While having thousands of options may seem like a good thing, it can be rather overwhelming. You could literally sift through a hundred videos until finding one that seems legit or appropriate for what you are specifically looking to do.
Take the time and guesswork out of the world of online fitness videos by using the guide below, which will show you several online fitness video websites that are some of the best out there. Note that these are all hosted on YouTube, so you can find them all in one place!
BeFiT- This profile has over 1.8 million subscribers and a huge host of workout videos to do at home–for both men and women. A large variety of trainers is included, such as Jillian Michaels, Denise Austin, and Billy Blanks Jr. As an example, Courtney Prather shares a 5-minute plank workout in this video:
HomeFitness TV– If you’re looking for home fitness videos, this is your place. Choose from a variety of bodyweight workouts, indoor and outdoor workouts, and everything in between. For an example, see how Joey Atlas demonstrates an exercise for women to get rid of cellulite:
Six Pack Shortcuts– Looking to get a quick core workout in? Check out this page and get a good workout in–for both lifting and cardio–in just a short amount of time. Mike Chang provides a 3-minute ab workout here:
The Zeus Fitness– You can find a huge variety of workouts on the profile–from resistance bands, to weights, to body weight. Feel a nice burn right from your own home. Here is a chest shredding workout that doesn’t require the use of weights:
It’s hard to come up with excuses this day and age for skipping a workout. Even if you’re snowed in, your car is at the garage, or you can’t find a sitter for the kids, there are still many ways to get a workout in from the comfort of your home. With simple internet access and a computer of some sort, you can get to working out in the click of a button.
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