04 Mar At-Home Fitness Workouts to Try This Spring
As we’ve been living in a socially-distanced world for almost a whole year now, for many the lack of a fitness routine continues to be a concern.
Taking care of your physical health boosts your dopamine and helps brighten up your mood. If you’re lacking motivation to work out because your gym is still closed, head online for some fitness inspiration.
From full-body high-intensity workouts, to low-impact no-equipment options, POPSUGAR Fitness really does have it all.
If you have a busy day, squeeze in a quick 20 minute abs workout to refresh yourself. If you’re missing the club, indulge your nostalgia with a good ole’ Hip-Hop inspired routine instead. Since there’s so many workouts to choose from, you’ll never get bored — try out a new video every day!
Look no further than award-winning pilates instructor Cassey Ho to keep you motivated. With frequent toning and crunch challenges to take part in, Blogilates really takes the cake in terms of audience reach and engagement.
Join twin sisters Dominique and Danielle in discovering the freshest, funnest dance workouts to your favorite songs! The 45 minutes dedicated to learning each routine are guaranteed to fly by. Who knew getting your cardio on could be this fun?
You can sign up for one of their weekly live-stream classes for $7.50 today.
Heather Robertson was named the #1 Hot and Fit female personality by Inside Fitness, proving she is a fitness league of her own.
If you’re looking for a more structured challenge to take on this Spring break, then give her 12 Week Workout Plan a go. Each workout has been customized for the program, keeping in mind that most participants may not have a lot of equipment or space.
Having a slow, boring day? Throw on some music and rock it out with the warm and wonderful Emily Thorne. Get the adrenalin pumping with a HIIT workout disguised as a latin dance party for one, because the dancer in you deserves to be the star of the party.