Not sure where to start? There’s some fantastic online coaches that provide workouts, fitness advice and motivation. You can follow their workouts from home or just about anywhere. Best of all – their online videos are free!

Having some guidance can make a difference. All these channels I have followed and seen results. If you’re not sure about the different types of workouts (e.g. HIIT) refer to my post: How to lose weight at home: top 3 workout strategies

Online exercise videosHere are some of the best online workout videos/channels I discovered:

1. HASfit

HEART AND SOUL Fitness with Coach Kozak and wife Claudia. This husband and wife team works out with you. Coach Kozak does the advanced moves while Claudia shows basic modifications. It’s great having the two options; you can build up from beginner to advanced, or you can switch between maneuvers depending on your fitness.

Coach Kozak encourages you to own your workout and his motivation is contagious. He has over 15-years-experience in the industry and offers thousands of workouts.

Videos: Strength training, cardio HIIT/Tabata, kickboxing, prenatal and more. Exercises range from high intensity, to low-impact for seniors, obese and those with limited mobility.

They have free workout/meal plans, a workout app and a solid fb community – become part of the HASfit tribe!

Website: www.hasfit.com

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2. Fitness Blender

Fitness Blender video channel

Another great husband and wife team, Daniel and Kelli. They offer over 550 free videos, catering to all fitness levels. Their videos are easy to follow and high quality. Together, they have over 25-years-experience in the fitness industry. They can help with home workout programs and have a free workout calendar to track your progress.

Videos: Strength training, cardio HIIT/Tabata, Pilates, plenty of challenge videos and more.

They also have a great community and clothing line.

Website: www.fitnessblender.com

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3. POPSUGAR Fitness

PopSugar video channel

Hosted by Anna Renderer. She provides workouts alongside many fitness experts and celebrity trainers. There’s an excellent variety, and she has other tutorials to help you on your fitness journey. Workouts cover beginners to advanced, with and without equipment. Anna has almost 15-years-experience in the industry.

Videos: Dance, strength training, cardio HIIT, yoga, CrossFit, pregnancy, and super-quick workouts for those really pressed for time.

She also has a 30-day flat belly program.

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4. BodyFit by Amy

BodyFitbyAmy video channel

Run by Amy Kiser Schemper. This triathlete offers a great variety of videos to suit your lifestyle. I particularly enjoy her dumbbell and kettlebell workouts. There are different levels ranging from beginner to advanced. Amy has over 15-years-experience in the industry and has been featured on Good Morning America.

Videos: Strength training/resistance bands, Cardio HIIT/Tabata, prenatal and postnatal.

She also has a cool blog and fitness eBooks.

Website: www.bodyfitbyamy.com

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5. The Body Coach TV

BodyCoachTV video channel

Meet the ‘body coach’ Joe Wicks, trainer, TV presenter and author. His range of videos mostly focus on HIIT. His beginner videos are great if you’re new this type of exercise. Then you can build up to the more advanced. He even has some low-impact routines for those with bad knees. These workouts are designed for anywhere, equipment not necessary.  Joe’s been a fitness trainer over five years and a nutritional coach for three.

Videos: HIIT, low impact to advanced. Some routines includes dumbbells, kettlebells and other cardio challenges.

He’s published cook books and weight-loss books.

Website: www.thebodycoach.com

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6. ChiChi Health and Fitness

chi chi fitness video channel

Run by Ron Gonzales. These videos focus on kettlebell workouts. It’s a smaller channel but it’s a good place to start if you’re new to kettlebells. Ron caters for young and old, and he has 20-years-experience in coaching.

Videos: Mostly Kettlebell workouts – a great form of strength training.

Website: www.chichihealthandfitness.ca

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cavemantraining is another channel for kettlebells.

7. BeFit

BeFit video channel

This site offers a wonderful mix of videos and trainers, from classics like Jane Fonda to Denise Austin (over 30-years-experience) and Tracey Mallet (over 20-years-experience).

There’s a large variety to choose from, targeting many muscle groups and fitness levels. Some workouts are as short as 4 minutes, showing beginner to advance levels that you can build upon.

Videos: Yoga, Pilates, fun dance routines (check out ‘burn to the beat’), kickboxing, HIIT, cardio combined with dumbbells. And some walking workouts, good for those days you’re tired and sore.

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8. Joanna Soh

joanna soh fitness video channel

Joanna is a nutrition coach and personal trainer with over 8-years-experience. She has many videos covering these topics. Her workouts range from full-body to upper and lower, beginner to advanced. Her goal is to make your journey as smooth as possible.

Videos: Kickboxing, jump rope, exercise stability ball, prenatal, cardio HIIT even HIIT yoga.

She offers free fitness and food plans and now has an app (Fio).

Website: www.joannasoh.com

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Get motivated

These channels have plenty of free workout videos to start your transformation. For more motivational tips, refer to: Master the mental challenge of exercise

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And there’s more great channels still to explore. If you find another channel you love, be sure to let me know 🙂

In the meantime…

flick on the tube, get sweating and have fun!

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