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YouTube: Working out while staying in

Daniel and Alexandra Bartlett. (Courtesy)
Daniel and Alexandra Bartlett. (Courtesy)

As gyms and other recreational facilities are still closed, at-home workouts have become popular in recent weeks. With a quick YouTube search, and often little to no equipment, you can get in a solid workout from the comfort of your own home. No matter if you’re new to working out or an advanced athlete, here are a few fitness channels to consider:

Body Project

As Body Project creators Daniel and Alexandra Bartlett write on their website, they aren’t fitness models who work out multiple hours each day; they’re busy parents. Therefore, they create “real workouts for real people that deliver real results.” With Body Project, you’ll find low-impact workouts – beginner to advanced – that really pack a punch.


Fitness Blender

If you’re looking for no-frills, effective workouts, look no further than Fitness Blender. Husband-and-wife team Daniel and Kelli Segars create videos usually ranging from 10 to 45 minutes featuring cardio, strength training, HIIT and pilates for all skill levels. The beginning of each video features information on the workout structure so you know exactly what to expect.


Tiffany Rothe

It can be difficult to find motivation to work out alone if you normally exercise with a friend or group, but that’s no problem when watching Tiffany Rothe. Rothe is genuinely excited to guide her “Rothestars” through a variety of routines, including barre and boxing, and help them reach their fitness goals.


Rebecca Louise

Rebecca Louise’s videos are perfect for those who aren’t able to set aside an entire hour, or even a half-hour, for a workout; most of her videos are just 10 minutes. She’s a fan of targeting specific body parts in her videos, though she also releases quick, full-body workouts.


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