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These 30-Minute Online Workouts are Free and Easy to Do

There’s no reason to skip your workout if you have an internet connection. YouTube has thousands of free workouts that you can do online, and most of them take less than 30 minutes.

Which one is best for you? And how can you decide which one to use? These are the views of a few personal trainers about YouTube’s benefits for those who want to increase strength, burn calories and get lean in just 30 minutes.

You don’t have to hustle to make it to the gym

Jessica Cifelli is a personal trainer certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine and based in Wyckoff. She says that while many people love group classes, it can be difficult to fit them into busy schedules.

“Time is one our limiting factors when we exercise… especially for young mothers and working parents and even college students,” states Pete McCall an ACE-certified exercise physiologist and health coach for the American Council on Exercise. McCall lives in San Diego.

He adds that the number-two reason people use these programs is probably that they are financially viable. Some fitness programs offer subscriptions while others are pay-as-you-go. This means that you don’t need to commit to a gym or contract and can cancel at any time.

But is the trainer who inspires you legitimate?

Cifelli advises that you ensure that the person giving exercise advice has been certified by an accredited organization.

McCall, the spokesperson for the American Council on Exercise, stated that “I would recommend you look for someone who is certified by that organization.” “Whether they are a personal trainer or a group instructor, having the ACE certification means that an instructor is able to create safe and effective exercises for healthy adults. I worry about the videos that are being posted on YouTube and Instagram. Just because someone appears fit does not mean that they know how to create a safe program.

Other respected organizations include:

  • The American College of Sports Medicine
  • International Sports Sciences Association (ISSA).
  • The National Academy of Sports Medicine, (NASM).
  • The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).

Here’s some information on eight YouTube fitness stars that will help you get in shape fast, and free of charge if you feel like you need to quit the gym.

Jessica Smith TV

Jessica Smith is a fitness trainer with more than 15 years of training clients from both coasts. She holds certifications from the American College of Sports Medicine as well as the National Academy of Sports Medicine. McCall used to work alongside Smith and says that Smith does an excellent job creating safe and effective workout videos. Smith offers 30-minute kickboxing, ballet body sculpts, and abs cardio. She also has HIIT (high-intensity interval training) for beginners sessions. Bonus: Many of Smith’s videos feature Peanut, her adorable French bulldog. Peanut usually lies on Smith’s mat while she works out, and looks up with a smile that says “Are we done yet?”

Blogilates

Cassey, an ACE-certified fitness instructor, has over 4 million subscribers to her YouTube Channel. This channel features workouts such as POP Pilates and PIIT28. Ho is known for her cheerful, upbeat personality and fun music. You can find a lot of her challenges on her YouTube channel. She is very specific in her focus. You’ll be given a goal and she will target specific body parts. For example, getting a perky stomach or thigh trim — most of her workouts take less than 15 minutes. Some are even ten minutes long. You can even do quite cardio routines in your apartment, without worrying about disturbing your neighbors downstairs.

BodyFit with Amy

Amy Kiser Scheme, a NASM-certified personal trainer/fitness instructor, took the 15 years of workouts she shared with clients to create her Fitness By Amy channel on YouTube. She covers TRX, kettlebells, and dumbbells.

Barre3

You can try ballet-inspired barre exercises at your home without spending a lot of money at a boutique gym. Barre3 Studio’s YouTube workouts will show you how to do barre exercises inspired by a ballet at home. Sadie Lincoln, founder of Barre3 Studio, and her Barre3 instructors will also demonstrate to you how to do them at home using minimal or no equipment. There are a few whole-body workouts you can do that will teach you barre moves as well as more advanced exercises to help you feel the burn. You can also cancel the free trial at any time.

Jessica Valant

Jessica Valant has a YouTube channel that is filled with short, easy-to-do Pilates workouts that you can do anywhere. These videos were created by Valant, a physical therapist, and certified Pilates instructor. She claims that the shorter workouts she did after having children were more effective than the long elliptical sessions that she used to do before giving birth. The site offers three different workouts, each lasting five minutes, ten minutes, and twenty minutes. Each one can be modified to suit the needs of those who are unable.

Yoga with Adriene

Adriene Mishler, the yoga teacher, offers 30-day challenges to help you kick-start your yoga practice. Mishler has yoga videos that last more than 30 minutes on her YouTube channel. She also offers “yoga to busy people” sessions that only take 5 to 15 minutes. There are videos for everyone, no matter what your goal is.

Athlean-X

Jeff Cavaliere is a physical therapist and strength coach who is certified by NSCA. He created this YouTube channel where he demonstrates his workouts for professional athletes and celebrities. The 30-minute sessions include full-back workouts, chest and abs exercises, as well as nutrition advice. A related channel is AthleanXX for Women. It’s led by Amy Jo Palmquist, a female trainer who guides women through post-baby exercises and booty workouts.

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fit

HASFit stands for Heart and Soul Fitness and was founded by Joshua Kozak, an ISSA-certified trainer — who in a previous life was a professional MMA fighter. His videos are filled with Midwestern sincerity and non-sappy encouragement. Claudia, his wife, and he perform the exercises on their YouTube Channel. The channel has more than 130,000,000 views and features hundreds of free 30-minute workouts for anyone, from first-timers to veterans to “Warriors.”

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