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.
1. Kayla Itsines
With over 380,000 subscribers and more than 25 million views, Kayla provides at-home workouts for all muscle groups, with and without equipment, the routines are easy to follow and short. Her routines are also apartment-friendly and they surely deliver results.
Check out this 10-minute abs routine!
2. Fitness Blender
Daniel and Kelli Segars teach –to its almost 7 million subscribers– a wide variety of at-home routines for Fitness Blender. Expect workouts ranging from cardio, pilates, strength training and high-intensity interval training.
Here is an upper-body workout!
Chris Heria and his trainers run THENX which provides several workouts to stay fit. Most routines require minimal equipment or no equipment at all. It is a great channel to build strength from the comfort of your home.
Here’s how you can train your legs with no equipment!
4. The Fitness Marshall
Run by Caleb Marshal offers dance routines for people of all ages, they are full-body workouts that you can do in 3 minutes!
Prepare to dance with this super cool short dance routine!
5. Koboko Fitness
Certified personal trainer Kola Olaosebikan, provides affordable and comfortable routines that usually require no equipment and you are bound to see results fairly quickly!
Here is how to get rid of love handles!
Always make sure you consult your GP before starting any type of training.
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