The most popular resolutions for 2018 included: eat healthier; get more exercise; save (more) money; and focus on self-care. If you made one of those resolutions... how are you doing? If the answer is not great, don't worry - you're not alone! In fact, 80% of New Year's resolutions fail by February!
If you want to be healthier this year, here are some at-home workout resources that will help you gain strength, lose weight (if you want to!), and take care of yourself - without having to pack a bag, drive to the gym, leave your child in daycare... just to run on a treadmill for 30 minutes (BORING!).
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With over 2 million subscribers on YouTube, you know that these yoga videos are legit. Her successful online community provides high quality yoga at no cost, with the mission to inspire people of all shapes and sizes across the globe.
Some of my favourites include:
Yoga For Beginners Playlist
Yoga For Weight Loss Playlist
Yoga For Busy People Playlist
Cassey Ho is the creator of Blogilates (the #1 female fitness channel on Youtube), which has 3 million subscribers. She is a certified group fitness instructor, who fuses pop music with Pilates. Her videos on Youtube are fun and light-hearted and guaranteed to make you sweat!
She also has videos on eating healthier (including how to eat clean on a budget!)
Beachbody on Demand
Unlike the other resources on the list, Beachbody on Demand is not free. However, it is a more complete library with a variety of workouts - from yoga, to strength training, to intense cardio, to beginner's workouts. It's kind of like Netflix, but for workout programs.
The benefits of variety (especially compared to just purchasing one program on DVD) include avoiding plateaus, keeping yourself interested, and switching things up is, honestly, just more fun. Beachbody on Demand also includes a yoga studio, which I looooooove (I used to think I couldn't do yoga, but the 3 Week Yoga Retreat really built my confidence), meal plan guides, and a cooking show.
No, but seriously, Pinterest is my second best friend (after my Instant Pot, of course). If videos just aren't your jam, head on over to Pinterest and search for at home workouts. The wealth of information that comes up is freakin' incredible. If you think you can't get a good workout in at home, Pinterest is there to prove you wrong in about 3 seconds!
Do you workout at home? What's your favourite resource for getting that sweat on?