At Home Workouts

Since starting rotations, exercise has been a real challenge for me. Not quite enough time to be able to make it to a gym and back, so I’ve been leaning on home workouts instead. I’ve included ones I’ve tried and other suggestions from you guys below! And a workout playlist that includes 11 dance your face off songs and a cool-down stretch tune. Enjoy!! 


  • The Fitness Marshall on YouTube
    • Dance videos
  • Fitness Blender on YouTube
    • Over 500 free full length workout videos + new workouts every Monday
  • Nike training app:
      The Nike Training Club workout library includes:
      Body-part focused workouts targeting your abs & core, arms & shoulders, and glutes & legs
      • Boxing, Yoga, Strength, Endurance and Mobility workouts
      • Workout times ranging from 15-45 Minutes
      • Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Levels
      • Low, Moderate and High Intensity
      • Bodyweight only, Light and Full Equipment
      • Time-based and Rep-based options
  • Open Gym on Instagram – 20 minute body weight exercises
  • Yoga with Adrienne on Youtube
  • Fit with Brit on Youtube
  • Christine Salus on Youtube
  • Rebecca Louis on YouTube (abs)
  • Whitney Simmons on YouTube


  • Rachael’s Good Sweat Guide: tons of variety, lots of cardio sprinkled into weights, and a weekly subscription so you can stop anytime! Only $6.99 per week for 4 workout pdf’s sent to you.
  • Erika Lauren Weber $7/month at home or gym workouts 5x/week
  • Asics Studio App: $9.99/month
    • Effective workouts created by professional coaches in strength training, fusion, outdoor running, treadmill, elliptical, yoga and meditation, and indoor cycling
    • Choose workouts targeting specific muscle groups, like core/abs, upper body, back and butt, and more
    • Find a trainer you love: our Boston and LA-based teams are the best in the business 
    • Join our multi-week training programs and make progress toward your fitness goals, from 5K training to building bikini-ready lean muscles
    • Instructional videos and photos show you how to master new moves
    • A timer and audio-visual prompts make it easy to follow along with your workout
    • Listen to a trainer-selected playlist, or turn off our music selection and listen to your own
    • Offline mode so you can download workouts to do later without Wifi
    • Health app integration so you can track your fitness in one place
    • Easy to use anywhere, from the gym to your living room to a local park 
    • Unlimited access—take as many workouts as you want!
  • Studio Tone it Up App: $12.99/month
    • The Studio provides 20-30 minute workout video classes of the day for the best body toning results. Your trainers, Karena and Katrina, select a different workout video each day of the week to create a complete & balanced schedule that works every muscle over the course of a week
    • New video workout classes released weekly at the Studio so that you never get bored
    • Schedule your class directly in your app and receive reminders before class begins
  • Noelle Benepe: $15 for a 21 day workout and videos through Trainers Vault
  • Body Love by Anna Victoria (app): $17/month
    • New workouts every day for 12 weeks
    • 30-45 minutes
    • Video for all exercises
    • Dumbells, yoga mat
    • HITT strength circuit training
  • Kait Hurley: $20/month – 5-55 minute workouts with meditation at the end
  • @madeline_moves: $20/month for 5 workouts per week
    • recommended equipment: dumbbells, resistance cables with handles, kettlebell, medicine ball, resistance bands, step (chair, sturdy box, etc), jump rope
  • Alexia Clark workouts: $30/month for 5 workouts per week + meal plan
    • What you need: Booty bands, overhead bands, light, medium heavy set of weights
    • New workouts every week day
      • View your previous workouts
      • Choose between 30 and 60 min workouts
      • Video demonstrations of each exercise
  • Pure barre on demand: $30/month
  • Don’t live near a studio? Travel often for work? New mom? No problem – you’re in the right place. All you need is a chair or a wall to act as a barre, and some sort of weight. Then get ready for a great workout!
  • The be.come project by Bethany Meyers: $35/month
  • The be.come project routines are a unique blend of the alignment of pilates, the lengthening of yoga and the musicality of dance. Each routine begins with a warm up, flows through the right side body, bridges to the left side and concludes with a high energy finish. The seamless transitions are structured to keep you engaged from beginning to end. aka: maximum effect, minimal time. aka: little time for hair fixing or phone checking.
  • Hanna Oeberg: $35 for 8 week guide
  • 10 different workouts
  • Weight lifting and. Cardio
  • 3 lower body days, 2 upper body days per week
  • Videos for each exercise, PDF for workouts and exercise library
  • Froyo to Fitness: $50 for a 12 week workout plan
  • Pao’s SSBM (strong and sexy body movement): $59.98 for 125 exercises, videos and at-home alternatives
  • Beachbody on demand: $99/year
  • Kayla Itsines (app): $120/year

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4 Responses

  1. Home workouts are a little bit of a challenge for me since I love the atmosphere of a gym, but since the school year started and making home workouts a habit became necessary, I’ve found that you kind of just get in the rhythm of it! They can be so fun, and definitely save a lot of time 🙂

    I also love Fitness Blender and Yoga with Adriene! There are so many recommendations on your list that I still need to try though. Also, the only song from your playlist is “Why Don’t You Come On” but I can already tell that I’m going to love the rest of the songs on it!

    Thank you for sharing all of these ideas! 🙂

    Beatrice | The Bliss Bean

  2. this is so helpful! i recently had to cut down my 3x/week yoga practice, because getting to the studio three nights a week for an hour/hour and a half class (meaning out of the house for 2-3 hours) after a full workday was causing me stress/anxiety…just what yoga is supposed to do, right??
    so i cut down to 1 weeknight and maybe a weekend morning class, and have been trying to supplement with short at home workouts- all these suggestions are really really helpful!

    1. I’m so glad!! And I was the exact same way!! Realizing that traveling to get to a workout class occupied 3 hours of my day created the opposite effect of what a workout was supposed to do – made me more anxious about the rest of my day. Switching to doing something quick at home will have to do for now.

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