Most local libraries have several exercise videos for you to check out.
Hulu has tons of exercise videos, including everything from short toning videos to full cardio sessions. There are a few commercials thrown in, but I find that they are a nice chance to grab a drink of water. Here are a couple of examples:
Many companies offer free, or very affordable apps for your mobile device with exercise routines. A free options that I really like is Nike Training Club. There workouts pack a lot of punch into a small amount time and combine cardio and toning. They even work in a reward system! Here is an overview video:
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Three Ways to Take Exercise Classes at Home for FREE
Did you know that May is National Fitness Month? I used to be pretty consistent with my exercise routine, then my final semester of graduate school started off a two-year string of excuses that ranged from planning my wedding and getting a new job to moving and shopping for a new house. I'm finally getting back into the exercise groove. After being out of the gym for so long, I was rather self conscious about returning, so I started out at home, and I thought I'd share three options that helped me benefit from exercise classes at home.