There is increasing encouragement that we incorporate more fitness and wellbeing into our everyday lives to make us stronger, healthier and to support with our mental health. While this sounds easy enough, it would be a lie to say that kickstarting this journey, and motivating yourself along the way, is easy.
We’ve done our research and found the best online/app fitness workouts that you can do in the comfort of your own home, any time of day. Most of these are equipment free or suggest at-home items you can use to replace the equipment.
Chloe Ting – YouTube
If you’re looking for a quick ab or full-body workout, look no further than Chloe Ting. She has a series of YouTube videos that have different programs for you depending on what you want to focus on. Her most renowned video, ‘Get Abs in 2 Weeks’ has over 230 million views and, if we’re being honest, the results are pretty insane.
Keep It Cleaner (KIC)
A fitness and wellbeing program founded by two Aussie’s, Steph Claire Smith and Laura Henshaw, this program shares an array of fitness programs – from boxing and strength to Pilates and running – as well as mindfulness guides and recipes. This is the perfect program from anyone new to the fitness scene or wanting a lifestyle change.
Most known for co-creating the Bikini Body Guide, Kayla Itsines’ fitness app, ‘Sweat’ is the perfect program to increase your fitness and strength. Suitable for beginners to experts, there is a variety of workouts aimed at making women healthier and more confident.
Brought to you by none other than Chris Hemsworth, he works with world-class trainers to bring the gym to your home. With different programs ranging from boxing to yoga to strength training, you can choose a program that runs anywhere from 20 minutes to 40 minutes. There are also healthy meal plans and mindfulness tips to help you live your best life.
An intimidating but effective workout app, Aaptiv release 30 new classes every week. Expert trainers are there to guide you, give you tips and cheer you on at every stage. Their programs include cycling, yoga, running and general fitness routines. Better yet? Their programs are centred around music, so you can be sure that your playlist is not only motivating but catered to the intensity of the workout.
There are no excuses now for you to put off those workouts. If we can do this, then so can you. It’s time to get up, get out and get healthy.