5 Places to Get a Full Workout for Free

You dont just need motivation, you need the best free workout plans

It’s not just about hitting the gym, it’s about making sure you’re avoiding the bad workout plans and using the best one.

Since workout plans are so important, we’ve put together this list of 11 awesome places where you can get them online!

Pure Barre

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The classic low-impact, high-intensity workout has a range of programs—with different times, intensities, and equipment. It’s perfect if you love this type of exercise and want to do it while you travel. The instructors give specific insight on how to use a chair or wall for support, and you can do the exercises with water bottles instead of weights, a pillow instead of a ball, or entirely equipment-free.

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3. Yoga With Adrienne

Category: Yoga

The Texas native has a very well established onlin

The Texas native has a very well established online following. Hosting a YouTube channel that boasts of over 6 million followers, Adrienne has published a virtual library of over 500 videos for people to learn the basics of Yoga, advancing to the later stages.

Whether you’re a newcomer to Yoga or been on a long hiatus, Adrienne is very positive, diligent, and easy to follow when getting back on track. Check out one of her videos from her online library.

  • YouTube Channel is easy to navigate when approaching for the first time.
  • Classes are free and suitable for all levels.
  • Check out her videos on her YouTube channel.

Peleton

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No bike, no problem! Peleton offers way more than just spin classes on their at-home fitness app. From HIIT classes to meditations, you can find the workout that best fits your lifestyle.

Rumble

No matter the circumstance, we move together as a strong & united #TeamRUMBLE ???? >>> Starting tomorrow at 9AM EST, we’ll be posting Rumble-inspired, cardio & bodyweight workouts (NO equipment necessary‼️) for you to do at home via IG Live ⚡️Swipe for this week’s workout sched #doyourumble A post shared by Rumble (@doyourumble) on Mar 17, 2020 at 3:25pm PDT

Boxing studio Rumble plans to host daily Instagram Live videos with new cardio and bodyweight workouts each morning at 9am ET.

If you have no equipment

1. Planet Fitness

When Planet Fitness had to close its doors in early 2020, the gym launched its “United We Move” initiative to bring the gym’s personal trainers and some celebrity guests (hi, @DougThePug) to your living room/basement/backyard/rooftop (no judgment on your setup!) You can now access the pre-recorded training sessions—there’s close to 300 videos!—on the Planet Fitness YouTube channel. The workouts are all 20 minutes or less and are designed for you to stay active and relieve stress.

2. Tonal

Tonal, the craziest, coolest workout from home machine (and something I might need to splurge on v soon) has published free Tonal Yoga classes to their YouTube channel. The classes range from 6- to 55-minutes and you can choose from power yoga, yoga basics, or yoga recovery to suit your vibe.

3. Anytime Fitness

Looking for some consistency in your life? But not the kind of consistency that requires you to actually leave the house? (Same.) Well, then look no further than the Anytime Fitness Facebook page every weekday at 9:30 a.m. ET.

    Home Workout #6: Train like Batman

    We love the Caped Crusader here at Nerd Fitness, s

    We love the Caped Crusader here at Nerd Fitness, so naturally we have The Batman Bodyweight Workout for you to try!

    Bonus points if you somehow do this no-equipment workout in a cave, as that’s how Bruce Wayne would roll.[1]

    This workout is separated into two days for you.

    Here’s a video for the first day:

    Batman No-Equipment Workout Day 1:

    • Rolling squat tuck-up jumps: 5 reps
    • Side to side push-ups: 5 reps
    • Modified headstand push-ups: 5 reps
    • Jump pull-up with tuck / Pull-up with Tuck-up: 5 reps
    • Handstands against wall: 8 seconds

    Here’s a video for the second day:

    Batman No-Equipment Workout Day 2:

    • ‘180 Degree’ jump turns: 5 reps
    • Tuck front lever hold: 8 seconds
    • Tuck back lever hold: 8 seconds
    • Low frog hold: 8 seconds

    This is a relatively advanced workout already, but if you want to progress to the next level, check out the main Batman Bodyweight Workout for tips on how to do just that.

    14. Pilatesology

    Category: Pilates

    Pilatesology is a live streaming service that real

    Pilatesology is a live streaming service that really fits your needs with its wide range of resources. This app offers everything from beginner mat to advanced reformer work.

    The platform dedicates itself to teaching the classical style of Pilates. Workouts are tailored to fit your schedule, skill level, and equipment you have available. Take advantage of their free trial and dive into some classes from some of the most renowned instructors in the industry.

    • The website interface is great for pointing beginners in the right direction.
    • The “observe and learn” category gives outstanding resources in tips, techniques, workshops, and case studies.

    Orangetheory at Home

    Orangetheory is known for its crazy HIIT workouts, and the company is posting daily videos to its Instagram page that are roughly 30-minute workouts, seven days a week. Most of the workouts can be done with little if any additional equipment and uses objects that you might have in your home already.

    Home Workout #2: Advanced Bodyweight 

    If the beginner at-home workout above is too easy for you, move on to our Advanced Bodyweight Workout. The workout looks like this:

    • One-legged squats – 10 each side [warning: super-difficult, only attempt if you’re in good enough shape]
    • Bodyweight squats: 20 reps
    • Walking lunges: 20 reps (10 each leg)
    • Jump step-ups: 20 reps (10 each leg)
    • Pull-ups: 10 reps [or inverted bodyweight rows]
    • Dips (between bar stools): 10 reps
    • Chin-ups: 10 reps [or inverted bodyweight rows with underhand grip]
    • Push-ups: 10 reps
    • Plank: 30 seconds

    Not familiar with these moves? Check out the 21 Best Advanced Bodyweight Exercises for a full breakdown.

    I warn you, the above sequence will hurt… in a good way. You should be proud if you can get through this three times.

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    THE TAKEAWAY

    Let’s get physical! Now that you’re clued up on the best free workout apps, what are you waiting for? It costs nothing to download these apps and try them out for yourself.

    b) Bandstand

    This is an iconic white bandstand in the middle of botanic gardens. The surrounding area is grass, perfect for a workout on a hot and sunny day. Bring your yoga mat down and workout with your friends in this place with a fantastic scenery!

    Closing Thoughts

    Whether your goal is to lose weight, run faster, lift more weights, improve your cardio or just get fit overall, you have many options.

    Taking a fitness class is great for your health but it can be pretty expensive. If you’re on a budget, then give these free online fitness classes a try. You can find everything from HIIT to yoga classes on the list above, so get started!

    What are your favorite resources for free workouts? Let us know in the comments section below.

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