At Home Work Out Picks

I've been working from home for the last two months now, and will continue to for the next couple of months. As I'm sure many of you have experienced, this has given me the chance to find some at home work out routines that are killer! Instead of browsing YouTube and Instagram, I thought I would give you a list of work outs that I have found to be effective.


I tend to be somewhat picky when it comes to the types of at home work outs I enjoy. I'm more of an independent work out type of person, so the large groups with someone encouraging you every twenty seconds isn't really my thing. Here is a list of a few trainers I have found that have quick works outs that you can do right in your living room. If you try them out, let me know what you think!


Instagram


Instagram Tag: @trainerkaitlin

Trainer Kaitlin's Instagram Link

  • Kaitlin does a great job at posting these work outs that are completely doable. They do not often require equipment, and are lower impact. The sequences can usually be done in less than 15 minutes as well.


Instagram Tag: @hiitburn

HIITBurn's Instagram Link

  • Dennis and Kelsey post work outs that are more high intensity. I started following their page a few months ago and used a lot of the work outs for the gym. The page has adjusted to the times and has included great at home work outs.


YouTube


Heather Robertson: Booty Bootcamp

Heather's Website

  • If you are looking for a killer leg/booty workout that is lower impact, THIS IS IT. A band and dumbbell are used in this video, but it is completely effective with just body weight.


SELF Community: Full Body, No Equipment HIIT

  • I have come back to this HIIT workout time and time again. It gets the heart pumping, has a good range of motion, and I enjoy the trainer Lita Lewis. No equipment needed for this one either - just a commitment to making it to the end of each exercise!

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Hannah Eden: HIIT Full Body

Hannah Eden's 30 Day Fitness Plan

  • This has been another repeat work out for me because it works the arms and abs a bit more. It is a higher intensity workout, and if you have lower weight dumbbells it will be easier to complete than having nothing. Some language is used in this video, but her energy is nothing to compete with!


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