We’ve rounded up the best free home workouts, including HIIT, yoga and strength.
From the 'everything you've got' to the family friendly and a little bit cheesy, we’ve rounded up the best free to access home workouts, including HIIT, yoga and strength.
Digme At Home
Digme are offering new subscribers to their Digme At Home Service at 21-day free trial
. It’ll give you access over 100 Live and On Demand workouts, covering Ride, HIIT, Yoga and Strength.
In addition to their Barry’s Survivor On Demand service, Barry’s have also bought back their IG Live workouts
. They run throughout the week, but aren’t saved to IGTV, so keep an eye on their stories to find out when the next one is taking place!
The 14-day free trial of the much-raved about FIIT app
will give you access to at-home cardio, strength, stretch and breathwork classes from the likes of Adrienne Herbert, Gus Vaz Tostes and Cat Meffan. Plus, you can choose the length of your class, so it’s perfect for squeezing a quick sweat in before when you roll out of bed at 8am but have a meeting at nine.
We think Balance Festival ambassador Alice Liveing
deserves a medal for the dedication she’s put into keeping us all moving and motivated through lockdowns one and two – and now she’s back at it again for lockdown number three. Zip over to her Insta for daily workouts that are suitable for everyone that wants to work out and
stay friends with the people that live downstairs.
Boom Cycle’s Arm Tracks
Arm tracks in a spin class are like Marmite – either you love them, or they’re the longest three minutes of our life. There is no in-between. Despite being someone that fall firmly into the latter category, even I’m a fan of the arm tracks over on Boom Cycles IGTV
– they’re the perfect desk-friendly mini-workout for when you need a few minutes not looking at spreadsheets.
The brainchild of Olympic gold medallist heptathlete Jessica Ennis Hill, the Jennis app offers programmes and plans created and coached by Jessica, split into four categoroies: Fitness, Pregnancy, Postnatal and The Jennis CycleMapping. There’s a 14-day free trial available on the app, but over on the IGTV there’s also a treasure trove of 20 minute HIIT and yoga workouts
to get stuck into.
Soul Sisters Sweat Series
Alex & Maddy’s four week Sweat Series
will take you through a series of high intensity designed to target your whole body and get your heart pumping. Hosted live on their IG, and able to catch up with on IGTV if you miss a session, and with different variations shown for exercises, they’re suited to everyone from the first-timer to the gym fanatic.
Lottie Daisy’s January Challenge
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, the very loveable Lottie is hosting live workouts through her Instagram
. The challenge technically started on 4th January, but that won’t stop you getting stuck into these high-energy, fast-paced workouts!
Les Mills On Demand
Offering numerous concepts – including the strength-based BODYPUMP ™, yoga-based BODYBALANCE ™ and cardio-centric BODYATTACK ™ – Les Mills have been a fixture of the fitness scene for many years now.
If you’re a member of an Everyone Active gym, who run 200 leisure centres across the UK, Les Mills On Demand will already be included for free in your membership, even if it’s currently on pause. For everyone else, Les Mills are currently offering a 30-day free trial
Yoga With Adrienne
Arguably the queen of the free yoga video, Adrienne’s YouTube
channel has amassed over nine million subscribers. She’s currently running a 30-day Yoga Journey series, posting daily flows, all around the 30-minute mark, covering a range of different concepts including balance, feel, connect and burn.
Mr Motivator’s Daily Dozen
If there’s one fitness pro that’s sure to make you smile all the way through lockdown, it’s Mr Motivator. A true legend, he’s posting family-friendly 12-minute workout videos
to his YouTube every Monday – it’s just him (signature spandex and all) and his wife, in their living room, having a ball, with moves anyone can do. Three times per week he also runs live Zoom classes, with proceeds going to homeless charities.