Best YouTube Workout Channels for Home Workout Routines

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Mike D Fitness

YouTube Fitness Channels
Mike D Fitness

There's no denying that Mike D from Mike D Fitness is a little bit goofy, but the goof is part of his charm. As a CSCS certified celebrity trainer (side note: that's a great certification), he knows what he's talking about, and his high-intensity workouts include quality instruction and demonstration.

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Yoga With Adriene

YouTube Fitness Channels
Yoga With Adriene

Need a little namaste in your world? The Yoga With Adriene YouTube channel is filled with full-length yoga videos designed for... well, everyone. Hosted by Adriene Mishler, a certified instructor who also teaches live classes in Austin, TX. this channel has something for everyone, from beginner yogi to advanced practitioner.

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The Balanced Life

YouTube Fitness Channels
The Balanced Life

Finding quality Pilates and barre workouts on YouTube is like finding a diamond in the rough. Robin Long, the host of The Balanced Life channel, offers one of the best options around, especially for individuals who don't have the time for extra-long workouts. Most videos are between 5 and 15 minutes long, so you can do one video at a time, or string several together for a longer routine.

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BeFiT Network

YouTube Fitness Channels
BeFiT

The BeFiT Network is one of the most popular and comprehensive YouTube fitness channels around. It offers hundreds of original fitness videos from well-known experts including Jillian Michaels, Denise Austin, and Kino MacGregor. Whether you're looking for a boot camp series or a cardio dance routine, you're bound to find something suitable on BeFiT.

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Blogilates

YouTube Fitness Channels
Blogilates

Cassey Ho, the founder of Blogilates, is a true self-made YouTube star. This certified Pilates instructor got her start after realizing some of her Pilates videos were gaining a following. Flash forward several years, and Cassey Ho's fan base now exceeds three million subscribers. While her upbeat videos tend to appeal to an early-20s female crowd, everyone can get a great workout by following along.

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FitnessBlender

YouTube Fitness Channels
FitnessBlender

FitnessBlender is one of the longest-standing (and best) fitness channels on YouTube, founded by husband and wife team Daniel and Kelli in 2010. The channel now has more than 500 full-length fitness videos, including many easy-to-follow programs and series that are always 100-percent free to users.

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Jessica Smith TV

YouTube Fitness Channels
Jessica Smith TV

If I only had one word to describe Jessica Smith TV, the YouTube channel of... wait for it... Jessica Smith, I would choose "accessible." Unlike many YouTube fitness channels that focus on "hard core" workouts, Jessica goes out of her way to make her routines accessible to people of all fitness levels and abilities. If you have injuries or you're simply looking for a safe place to start, this is the channel you should subscribe to.

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POPSUGAR Fitness

YouTube Fitness Channels
POPSUGAR Fitness

POPSUGAR Fitness has made a serious name for itself in the online fitness world in the last few years. As part of the larger, POPSUGAR network, the brand has capitalized on its popularity to offer cutting edge, upbeat workouts geared to Millenial-aged women.

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The Healthy Gamer

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The Healthy Gamer

If you think being a gamer means eating Cheetos and drinking Mountain Dew in a dark basement, you haven't met Jack Jones of The Healthy Gamer. An NASM certified trainer, Jones offers full-length workouts designed to help you "level up" in life... even if you like spending hours on the couch.

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Frugal Fitness TV

YouTube Fitness Channels
Frugal Fitness

Frugal Fitness TV, hosted by fitness expert and self-proclaimed cheapskate, Mike Schiemer, may not offer the fanciest video and audio content on YouTube, but what it lacks in amenities, it makes up for in quality routines. Each workout includes a full explanation of the what, why and how of each exercise, combining a tutorial with each workout routine.

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CosmoBody

CosmoBody
CosmoBody

Until early 2016, CosmoBody was a paid subscription service hosted on its own website, but lucky you, it's now accessible through YouTube for free. And that is, in fact, good news, because the channel features professionally filmed custom workouts from top celebrity trainers including Adam Rosante and Tara Stiles. Whether you're looking for a high-intensity, 5-minute pick-me-up, or a 30-minute yoga destresser, CosmoBody has something for everyone. 

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Six Pack Shortcuts and Abs After 40

Six Pack Shortcuts
Six Pack Shortcuts

The name pretty much says it all. If you're looking for solid workouts from the most subscribed fitness channel on YouTube (four million followers and counting), you can't go wrong with Six Pack Shortcuts. Founder Clark Shao's focus is on helping "regular guys" lean out and build muscle in a safe and effective way. However, be cautious about following trainer recommendations regarding supplements, whether on this channel or any other YouTube channel. Nutrition recommendations are typically outside the scope of the fitness professional. 

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HASfit

HASfit
HASfit

HASfit (short for Heart and Soul Fitness) offers more than 1,000 full-length workouts and various 30, 60, and 90-day programs led by highly qualified trainers. Their programs are always free to subscribers and their goal is not just to provide knowledge and tools to power your workouts, but to provide the motivation and encouragement you need to continue the day-in, day-out pursuit of fitness. 

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