From HIIT workouts to energetic Zumba classes, and various relaxation practices and disciplines, it’s almost impossible *not* to keep fit these days. All you need is a solid WiFi connection, willpower, and a bit of space. Whether you work out on your kitchen floor, between your couch and your TV or in your bedroom, we are definitely not here to judge and are eager to help you out in your journey to creating the ideal gym environment in the comfort of your home. We’ve tried it all here at TWC between working out in a 30 sqm flat with barely enough room to stretch, having a cute and yet attention seeking puppy that makes it harder to focus on a yoga class, as well as having a limited amount of equipment – and yet we always manage to do our daily workouts thanks to some of the best videos available online!
Each week, we will share with you the latest workout video we tried, and an affordable accessory to show you that *yes* you can get fit without going to the gym, and that fitness only has to be effective, not expensive!
What I love most about online workout videos is the broad choice in different routines you come across; but also how energetic and fun most of the channels are! My all-time favourite has got to be POPSUGAR Fitness which offers strength and condition classes that will meet all your requirements. Whether you’re looking for a more relaxing workout, relieve some stress, or lose a bit of weight, the POPSUGAR playlist has an option for you. The videos are hosted by Anna Rendered, alongside Hollywood’s hottest celebrity trainers!
The one we recommend this week is STRONG by the Zumba crew which always gets me moving and sweating! Hosted by ex-professional football player Aurelio Figari, it doesn’t require any type of equipment which is a plus when your gym is your living room. I particularly like following the beat, but do let us know what you think in the comments below.
All you need for this workout are some cute leggings, and a good pair of sneakers!
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