8 Ways to Work Out That Are Totally FREE
When you’re talking about $35 spin classes, $20 yoga classes and $40 boot camp classes, group fitness can really add up. Luckily, the five biggest fitness trends of 2015 aren’t pricey workouts, but exercises we can do at home or at the beach. Save your money for that beach getaway while still getting stronger or picking up a new fave fitness activity. Scroll on for eight of our favorite free workout resources.
1. Tone It Up: Best friends Karena and Katrina have not only built a fitness empire, but have also created a community of like-minded women who love working out and clean eating with their Tone It up program. They have tons of free printable workouts and videos on their website.
2. Sworkit: No equipment? No problem. Download this new, free workout app that leads you through workouts that last five to sixty minutes and span strength training, yoga, pilates and stretching workouts. (Free on iOS and Android)
3. PopSugar FitFinder: Don’t know what workout you should do today? PopSugar’s free workout quiz will suggest a free workout based on what body part you want to work, how much time you have and your current fitness level.
5. Lululemon in-Store Free Classes: Lululemon gear may be pricey, but you can save on your workouts by attending a free run group or yoga class at your local store.
6. Fitness Blender: Husband and wife team Kelli and Daniel offer dozens of full-length, total-body workout videos for free on their site. No matter what your skill level is, there’s a program that works for you.
7. Couch to 5K: Do you want to start running but have no clue where to begin? This running plan is for you. Go from walker to runner in eight weeks with only 30-40 minutes of exercise per day. (Free on iOS and Android)
8. Blogilates: Cassey Ho is the creator of POP Pilates and a YouTube star. You can sign up for her free day-by-day workout schedules each month. With pop tunes-themed workouts and her cheerful encouragement on your side, you’ll want to follow along every video and printable workout on her site.
Are there any free fitness resources you love? Share them in the comments!