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  • Writer's pictureKatie Brown

Working Out At Home (For Free)

Working out at home can sometimes feel like an impossibility. With distractions like pets, other family members and limitations such as lack of equipment. But, actually, all you really need is a small amount of space, a Wi-Fi connection, and some discipline to stick with it.

The benefits are endless, it’s cost-effective, you can time workouts to suit you and your needs. Plus, the internet is absolutely jam-packed with different home workout variations, so it’s tougher than ever to get bored.

With that in mind, let’s get stuck in –

The Cake Vs Scales archive: Straight forward workouts that require limited equipment.

Julia Buckley: A trainer who specializes in helping people get in their best shape ever, from the comfort of their own home.

Workout Labs: Simple fitness for everyone, I’ve linked to Pinterest because the workouts are so extensive and this gives you a chance to skim over various options.

The Body Coach: Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll have heard of Joe Wicks. His channel has over 250+ free workouts and reaches millions of people all over the world

Fitness Blender: There are over 500 free workouts by length, difficulty, training type, muscles used, calorie burn & more…

Yoga With Adriene: Calm and relieve a tired mind and body. Create space. Tone and trim. Cultivate self-love. Make time for you. Go deeper, have fun. Connect

Natacha Océane: A lot of the workouts require equipment, however, some videos are interesting viewing for those interested in a healthy lifestyle. Staying lean on higher calories and fitness challenges.

Fingers crossed, this has provided some inspiration to keep us moving – I’ll keep adding new recommendations as I find them.

Katie x

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