Like most people I have a love/hate relationship with working out and lack motivation to do so a lot of the time. Growing up I was accidentally active as I danced 6 days out of the week for the joy of it not really caring for the health benefits. Now that I’m older and well past my “kick your leg up to your head and hold for an 8 count” days I’ve found a new way make sure I’m getting the needed physical activity to remain healthy. This is through following online workout videos; I actually really enjoy doing it and want to share a few of my favorites for you to give a try!
Maddie Lymburger is a fitness influences that offers free at home workout videos on her YouTube channel MadFit. She posts videos differing in focus such as HIIT, dance workouts, stretching and so much more. She also often features song-based workouts so viewers can workout to their favorite songs! The length of her videos range from 3 minutes to 30 minutes with varying difficulty levels. This is something I would recommend if you want something to follow along to that offers a little bit of everything!
Chloe Ting is a fitness influencer that has recently taken over many social media platforms, especially TikTok. Chloe offers workout program on her on official website as well as workout videos on her YouTube channel. She mainly focuses on ab, weight loss, and toning the body. Her programs are no joke and definitely something I had to work myself up to since they are so rigorous. This is something to try if you are committed to doing exercise more than once a day for an extended time period!
Orange Theory at Home
Orange Theory is a new type of fitness that is quickly becoming popular all across the country, including on campus. Orange Theory fitness is described as a coach-inspired group workout that uses a variety of techniques for training. This consist of cardio, strength training, equipment use and much more. They are originally a membership-based facility but with everything going on have launched at-home workout videos. These videos are available daily on both their website and YouTube channel. This is something for those used to group workouts with an instructor on a daily basis!
Written by GUADS Intern with contributions from www.menshealth.com