YouTube has definitely become one of my main sources to perfect my cooking and language skills. I also have been using YouTube as a free gym whenever I was on the road traveling or had no access to a gym nearby.
YouTube has tons of workout channels to choose from, whether you are into yoga, weightlifting, or some simple stretching techniques. Coming up with your own workout routine has never been easier.
YouTube isn’t only good for Jenna Marbles and other YouTube humor personalities, but it’s also good for increasing your skills at various hobbies and interests such as cooking, learning, practicing new languages, and more.
If you are at a standstill with workouts and aren’t sure where to even begin, head over to YouTube and learn how to get started.
Lisa Marie is the trainer for this channel and has been a personal trainer for quite some time. I really enjoy watching her channel because she seems to genuinely care about her audience and them making progress.
She doesn’t take excuses and believes anyone can workout no matter what level they are in. I have to admit, I would probably be a little afraid to get trained by her in person as she seems a little intimidating, but that’s also what some people need.
She also releases videos on how to do workouts properly, in case you don’t know how to do those tricky moves as well. I believe no matter what stage you are at, whether you are a beginner or expert at working out, this channel will still benefit and challenge you.
2. Fitness Blender.
This YouTube channel is run by a husband and wife who make the workout videos together. They do many types of different workouts, so whatever your style is, they are sure to have something that will work for you.
They have complete at home workout videos, so you don’t have to go to the store and buy any workout videos. The videos are quite informative and will really help you get started off well on your weightloss journey.
I’m sure most of you have already heard of her already, as she is a well known YouTube workout personality. She has 2 million + subscribers and is soaring with new fans day by day.
Her YouTube channel not only consists of workouts you can do at home, but she also shares many tips that will help you in the long run. Her Blogilates channel also features cooking videos that are not only delicious, but seem to be a lot of fun to make. She details out how many calories and other nutrition facts that are in the food you are making, which makes it very informative and educating as well. She gives out monthly workout schedules for free to all her YouTube fans, as long as you sign up for her email newsletter.
Do you use Youtube for working out? Which channels do you use to workout?