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Best Free Workout Resources of 2017

Posted by Push Pedal Pull on Jun 16, 2017 3:45:00 PM

We all know how it feels to be time-crunched, especially when it comes to squeezing a workout into your day. Sometimes, it can feel like an impossibility to add a trip to the gym or a personal training session into the equation. The good news is that working out at home is easy when you use the internet as your guide. With these five free websites, you'll be sweating away the pounds and staying motivated in no time.

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Anyone looking to gain an understanding of yoga should start with DoYogaWithMe.com. You’ll find hundreds of incredible tutorials and workouts listed on the site, and all of them are free. There are a few programs available for purchase if you’d prefer an outlined program with definable progression, but even those are “Pay What You Want” to make them accessible to those in need.

Runner’s World TV

Runner’s World TV is a YouTube channel created by the folks at Runner’s World Magazine. While the workouts in their playlists are geared towards runners, anyone with an aptitude for fitness can include them in their weekly workout routines. Runner's World has dozens of fantastic stretching and recovery suggestions, making it easy to switch it up if you're struggling with motivation.

Fitness Blender

Fitness Blender is also free. The designers wanted to make fitness accessible to everyone, regardless of income, and this shows in how the site is laid out. Each of Fitness Blender's videos offers a full-length workout at no cost. But Fitness Blender is more than just workouts; you’ll also find meal plans, health and nutrition tips, a customizable workout calendar, progress tracking tools, and forums where you can ask questions and stay accountable.

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Available on both iOS and Android, the Nike Training Club App makes it easy to take your workout with you wherever you go. Workouts start as short as 15 minutes and range up to an hour or more, and you have over 100 different options available. You can use the app to personalize a training plan based on your goals or enter in other non-specific activities, like those laps you swam or a game of basketball with your friends after work. Find friends on the app and share your goals while motivating each other.

Doug Corson Total Body Workouts

Right here at Push Pedal Pull you’ll find a great series of free workout videos by Certified Personal Trainer Doug Corson. It takes only seconds to subscribe, and when you do, you'll get instant access to all of the resources available on-site. Choose from options like total body workouts, workouts under 10 minutes, body unlock, treadmill, and vibration and get yourself moving in the way that best suits your current experience level or goals. Not sure where to start? Get in touch with us at Push Pedal Pull; we're happy to help.

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