While it’s too late for those summer bodies, now is the time to get working out for winter, and thanks to YouTube it’s easier and cheaper than ever.
Say goodbye to scrimping and saving for the best PT in the area or most expensive gym memberships. As long as you have an internet connection and YouTube, you can get fit virtually for free.
To make it even easier to get started, this is a list of some of the most popular fitness accounts on YouTube.
FitnessBlender have accumulated over 500 fitness videos on their channel, all tailored to suit every level of fitness so there is definitely something for everyone, whether you are a beginner or advanced. The channel is run by a husband and wife, who have a degree in food and nutrition and have been in the fitness world for a long time so you can trust their regimes to help you achieve your fitness goal from the comfort of your own sitting room.
Grace is a 20-year-old university student who is currently on her own fitness journey while studying music in Oxford. Unlike the other accounts with tutorial-style videos, she takes you with her to the gym and throughout her day, vlogging and logging both her eating habits and her workout routines. Her channel shows a different insight into getting fit, as she tells the real truths of the process of cutting, bulking and calorie counting while being completely honest in her own ongoing journey. It’s a relatable channel for students as Grace outlines how she balances both university and staying motivated and active.
Whether you want to get leaner, lose weight or just get positively more energetic, this one is a treat for the body and soul. University can be stressful, especially this time of year when you are just getting settled back in so this channel is an escape to unwind, relax and also treat your body to a workout or even just a stretch while doing so. Cassey Ho, AKA Blogilates is a breath of fresh air aiming to inspire and spread positivity through her channel even while engaged in a full workout.
There are endless amounts of channels, YouTubers, websites and fitness plans and all you need is internet access and some moving space to get started. Save those precious pennies and workout for free when you want, wherever you want.
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