As part of my 12 Mini Goals Challenge, I will be focusing on a new habit or mini goal every month in 2016. My goal in January is to move or exercise for at least 10 minutes every day. This could be a quick walk outside, a short online workout video, or a few sets of burpees and other floor exercises. 

While I get 45 minutes of cardio in a few days per week, I want to improve on the days I don’t get a workout in. In the middle of winter I need a push to add movement or exercise into my daily routine. Some days I put together a few sets of various exercises to get to my 10 minutes, but I often like to find a set workout or video online. Here are a list of free online fitness resources that I have compiled for you!

List of Free Online Fitness Resources

Workout Videos

Free Pilates Videos from The Balanced Life – I have completed a few of Robin’s free pilates series. They are great workouts for when you have a short amount of time. I have completed her Pilates Summer Series and would recommend it.

HIIT Workout: The 7-Minute Total-Body Plan – That’s an intense 7 minutes!

30-Minute Strength and Cardio Circuit to Challenge Your Entire Body – five intense sets of effective strength and cardio moves

Fitness Blender –  This site lets you search videos by number of minutes, difficulty, body focus, training type, and more. I don’t like to spend too much time searching for videos, so this website makes it easy to find the video I want. They have a large selection of 10 minute videos, which is perfect for the days I only have time for a quick workout. You will have to add your own music.

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Workout Guides

The Everyday Wake-Up Workout – Quick & simple. 10 reps of 6 different exercises.

Good Morning Yoga Sequence – This short, relaxing sequence is a great way to wake up your body. 

15 Moves in 15 Minutes – 15 moves, 60 seconds each

The 15 Minute Workout you can do anywhere – a full body workout that requires no equipment

Leg Workout – 15 minute leg workout

Just Do Something 30-Day Challenge – This is perfect if you just want to move and you have little time. Some days it’s as little as 30 reps.

High-Intensity Kettleball Workout – a circuit of 5 exercises to be repeated for 15 minutes

Ab Routine – 3 sets of 15 reps for each move.

A Baby-Wearing Workout – perfect for the mom who cannot set her baby down :)

What is your favorite free online workout?

List of Free Online Fitness Resources

Check out the my Health & Wellness Printable Planner.

Read the list of over 30 ways to add fitness to your daily routine.

Over 30 ways to add fitness to your daily routine

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23 comments on “List of Free Online Fitness Resources”

  1. I use Bikini Body Mommy on YouTube. She has 90 day Challenge with 15-20 minutes a day. I usually take off weekends. So far, 5 days done this week!

  2. I love this post! So many great resources for the busy mama! I pinned it and plan to share with my friends as we reach our goals this year! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Oh wow! I love this list of resources you shared here! Pinning this to my Deliberate Fitness board.

    Your goal of 10 minutes a day is an awesome start – I should do that too. It’s more manageable that way!

    Thanks for sharing.

  4. Great resource page! I have a few quick free workout videos you can do in 15-30 minutes or less, and I just released a free health & fitness planner. Would love it if you checked it out, I’d appreciate some feedback on it. Keep moving!

  5. Adding movement, rather than exercise is my current goal. I’m disabled and arthritic with fibromyalgia thrown in for good measure, so for right now it’s almost impossible for me to exercise as most people think of it. I appreciate the links to resources because I can now look for gentle movements to work with. Thanks!

  6. This is an excellent list! Just what I needed. I am pinning to my Health Kick Board so I can share. Thanks so much and Happy New Year!

  7. What a great resource! Thank you for putting it together. I don’t use any online workouts right now, but I’ll definitely be keeping this for future reference.

  8. These are such great resources, Emily! I love the 10 minute chunks you allot yourself. Some people think it takes hours of workouts and misery during the week to be healthy, and it really doesn’t. Just a few minutes a week is all it takes, and this mini goal is a great reminder of that.

    Thanks so much for sharing this on #SHINEbloghop. It’s so great for you to join us this week!

    PS: signing up for your 12 mini goals challenge right now. What a wonderful idea :)

  9. I REALLY need motivation to start exercising again. At the start of the new year, I normally start exercising and I haven’t even started yet. Thanks for sharing with Small Victories Sunday Linkup. Pinning to our linkup board and hope you found some great posts to visit this week!

  10. Thanks so much for sharing this with us at 100 Happy Days! I’m pinning this so I’ll have an easily accessible list of awesome workouts. I KNOW I’ve gotta get moving. ;)
    Thanks for the motivation and this great list!
    We truly love having you at 100 Happy Days.

  11. Thank you so much for sharing these wonderful resources with us. I have been trying to figure out a way to be more active, and I definitely think I could work out 10 min. a day. Thanks for the encouragement to just get started.

  12. I would also like to recommend

    It’s a website that generates a Tabata (intervals – 4 minutes) workout (based on the equipment you’ve selected), and then allows you to execute it with a synchronized timer.
    Perfect for home workout with limited equipment.

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