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YouTube fitness channels are the easiest ways for you to get fit if you don’t have access to a gym, especially in these times when you’re stuck at home.  The videos are free to watch, easy to pull up at any place you have a Wi-Fi connection, and offer a huge variety of exercises, from aerobics and yoga to boot camp and boxing. No matter your fitness goals, you’ll be able to find something on YouTube to help you get there.

Here are 4 fitness youtube channels you should subscribe to:

Les Mills


Les Mills exercise videos not only give you a great workout, they also teach you real dance moves you can take to the club. It’s pretty motivating to know you’re not only getting ripped but you’re also learning an actual skill you can use in the real world.


The Fitness Marshall

If you hate working out, then The Fitness Marshall may be just what you need. Fitness guru Caleb Marshall combines hit pop songs with dance moves that help you break a sweat and have fun doing it. Unlike other dance workout videos, the Marshall makes the moves easy for less coordinated people.




FitnessBlender is a husband and wife run channel that specializes in exercises for busy people. Daniel and Kelli have put together over 500 workouts, and most of them are designed to be quick. You can find workouts for just the amount of time you have available, from 5 to 45 minutes.


Leslie Sansone’s Walk at Home


Walking is a low-impact exercise that almost anyone can do. If you’re stuck inside, the Leslie Sansone’s Walk at Home channel is a good place to get a walking workout without a treadmill. We highly recommend trying the channel’s walk party. It’s fun, upbeat and I bet you’ll even smile a couple of times while you burn calories.

By: Dammy Eneli

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