The best 5 YouTube Fitness Channels for yoga and Pilates

The best 5 YouTube Fitness Channels for yoga and Pilates

YouTube has become one of the most useful platforms to exercise for free and stay in shape. But with so many amateurs claiming to be experts, you may be wondering who you should listen to.

When looking for training advice on YouTube can be overwhelming, there are thousands of channels and, though many hold several certifications, others are fitness enthusiasts who might not be the best advisors.

But there are several yoga and pilates YouTube channels that you can profit from, so get your devices ready because it’s time to find a new mentor!

1. Yoga with Adriene

Run by Adriene Mishler and boasting almost 10 million subscribers, Yoga with Adriene offers yoga tutorials for all levels and ages -with training lasting anywhere from 5 minutes to an hour.  Here are some breathing exercises!

2. Blogilates

The founder of Blogilates, Cassey Ho, has been teaching Pilates in YouTuber for more than 10 years. Being a certified personal trainer and Pilates instructor, she offers Pilates-inspired workouts that require minimal or no equipment. Check out this cardio pilates workout!

3. Boho Beautiful

Juliana Spicoluk & Mark Spicoluk offer free yoga, Pilates, fitness, guided meditations, and vegan food videos to almost 2 million subscribers. You can find anything from Beginner Yoga to Intermediate, Yin Yoga, Yoga Workouts, Hatha, Astanga Inspired, Morning Yoga, and more. Here a beautiful morning routine!

4. Move with Nicole

Nicole Kastoun is a Barre and Pilates Instructor and Yoga/Fitness Enthusiast from Australia.  She offers a wide array of  here at-home workouts, including Pilates, Barre and more, you won't need much equipment and her lessons are super fun! Check out this training:

5. The Live Fit Girl

Deanna Dorman provides 15–20 minute Pilates workouts to help you build strength and her videos are easy to follow, they target different muscles grups or tackle full-body routines! Check this Her workouts are easy to learn, and you can easily choose full-body workouts or exercises that target specific muscle group. Check out this No Equipment Leg + Core Workout!

Always make sure you consult your GP before starting any type of training.

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Nick Connelly

Though he spent most of his time on camera, covering major sports events, Nick’s life-long dream was to become a sports columnist. Today, Nick researches and covers workout routines, exercise-related tips and tricks and sports diets. In need of an effective training routine? Look no further than Nick’s articles.+ info

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