Stick to your resolutions with these free, no-fuss workout options!
Getting more exercise is most likely on a ton of peep's New Year's resolutions list But starting a new fitness plan can be costly. Luckily, there are several fitness programs that will get you in shape for the new year without breaking the bank. Here are some unique and free ways to get more exercise in 2020!
This free, four-week program features 20 bodyweight workouts, warm-up options, and tons of recipes. It's easy to follow along with the calendar, so you don't have to think about planning your next workout, and the pictures and videos help you check your form. You'll need to discover some other workout channels after the month is up, but it's a great place to start.
Adriene Mishler has become one of the most popular online yoga instructors, and you won't find that surprising when you try her all-level yoga videos. Each January, Adriene releases a new, free, 30-day yoga program, and we promise you'll free great by the end of it. The videos don't expire, so you can complete the yoga classes at your own pace, but we recommend doing one each day for the full experience.
Download a Free App
There are a handful of free fitness apps that you can try for personalized workouts. Sworkit will guide you through a customized playlist of bodyweight exercises, while 7-Minute Workout offers options for folks who are short on time. Kineticoach will even generate a workout for you based on your mood. Freeletics has 900 workout routines that don't require any weights. Explore the app store for even more options.
Explore the Great Outdoors
A moderate hike might be just the exercise you need on a weekend. We may be in the middle of winter, but you can still bundle up and head outdoors to explore the many parks in your neighborhood.
What's your preferred method of working out? Do you bike, hike, or attend a gym that you love? Let us know in the comments. And Happy New Year!