Looking for free workouts you can do today? Here are 25 to choose from! Happy hustling!
Whether you’re a gym-rat or prefer to do your workouts at home, sometimes it’s nice to have a workout plan that you didn’t have to create yourself. (This is especially true if you’re a beginner.)
You can find all sorts of long-term workout plans online, or you can use a personal trainer to set long-term goals. But most of us need to break it down even further and have something specific planned for us when it comes to individual workouts. And most of us don’t have a lot of extra money to spend on special programs or trainers, anyway.
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So if you’re not into paying for programs, subscriptions, or other workouts, this is for you!
I personally like to hit the gym for most of my workouts, but I noticed that I have a tendency to focus on upper body and neglect cardio and legs. These free workouts are a great way to force my way around that and try some new things. It gets me out of my comfort zone and helps me learn new exercises. Using someone else’s workout can have the same effect for you! (Plus, there’s the free part!)
Using free workouts planned by other people can not only give our brains a break, it can challenge us in ways we might not have otherwise been challenged. Consider every workout a learning opportunity. 🙂
I decided that it would be nice to have a quick-and-easy reference when it comes to finding free workouts. So I decided to compile this list of links for you (and me, too) in case you’re tired of visiting Pinterest looking for a good workout. (Talk about a distraction!) I admit – it was fun finding new workouts and new fitness bloggers to follow!
Anyway, a good workout will have modifications included so that people of all levels and abilities can conquer them, so I’ve tried to make sure that most of these workouts have that. If they don’t, just remember to listen to your body and just do your best! (Not all of these workouts come from trainers, but they do come from fitness lovers/bloggers.)
What You’ll Need
Most of these workouts can be done at home or with bodyweight, but some require tools like dumbbells and one workout requires a BOSU trainer. If you don’t have any dumbbells, they are a worthy investment – but start small. (I like this brand of dumbbells.)
As always, I have to say, “I am not a doctor.” Always check with a physician before starting a workout plan and if you aren’t sure about something, be sure to ask your own doctor. If you choose to do one of these workouts, you do so at your own risk. 🙂
Upper Body Workouts
Lower Body Workouts
HIIT Style Workouts
If you’re looking for another way to switch up your exercise routing, consider trying a new group fitness class! Otherwise, I hope you enjoy some of these workouts!
Have any other free workouts you’d like to add? Let me know by dropping a comment below!