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alice posted this 04 March 2019

Moms that work out at home any recommendations on work out videos that work out the whole body?

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Mel posted this 05 March 2019

I’ve been googling at home boxing workouts! I’ve found some by pop sugar that are awesome. May also wanna look into peloton or fight camp!

Yabura posted this 05 March 2019

I love YOUV2 videos it’s a fun great workout for the entire body!! Have fun. 

Bri posted this 05 March 2019

I love finding Zumba videos on YouTube. It lets me dance and burn calories. By the end of it, I'm exhausted. 

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user4 posted this 11 May 2019

I have Amazon Prime so when I was first cleared to workout I would use that. Some of the workout videos that are included and not an additional price are old and awful! I found out about an app, NeoU, that was in its beta testing stage and FREE! It is so awesome that when testing was over I paid for it! I would highly recommend it! There may be a free trial offer for you as a new member. They offer everything under the sun; bootcamp/HIIT, pilates, yoga, barre, strength training, kickboxing, dance... I believe the price is $7.99/mo. or you can pay for a year membership.

Bea posted this 11 May 2019

I love The Body Coach on YouTube. He has workout videos for different time commitments. He has a paid program, but you can get tons of his videos for free. There's also something really motivating about working out with a British guy.

Raine posted this 06 July 2019

Amazon Prime is what I use. They have a good selection of yoga and pilates videos that I enjoy. As others have mentioned you can find free work out videos on YouTube as well.

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Brittany posted this 09 July 2019

When it comes to this, YouTube is my favorite options. You can literally YouTube anything and I usually use that for health and music. Pinterest also has a lot of health stuff.

MacKenzie posted this 10 July 2019

YouTube! I like Blogilates and The Balanced Life. Both are Pilates based, but Blogilates has some really good, kinda intense whole body workouts.

Mary posted this 10 July 2019

I usually use and follow yoga youtube channels.  Sometimes I even love the scenery that they are around! So much more interactive then me putting in the same dvd over and over. 

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Anna posted this 10 July 2019

walking with a neighbor since we both are work from home stay at home moms!

Emily posted this 19 July 2019

I do yoga and kick boxing on YouTube. There's soooo much great content online now that you don't even need your house to find it, unless you want to.

Elise posted this 20 July 2019

I do a lot of speed walking, I got a new FitBit for Christmas and been using it as a motivator. Every day I try to beat my own record

Alice posted this 27 July 2019

I've invested in a kettlebell and a couple of weights and started following some Instagrammers to get inspiration. 

kate posted this 27 July 2019

Check out fitwithiulia on IG! I love her workouts and she's awesome!

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Olivia posted this 19 November 2019

I follow her too!  She really has some great strength training videos that make it easy to follow along and do yourself!  She does most of her stuff in the gym, but many of her moves are with free-weights so you can adapt to doing them at home!

Leigh posted this 19 November 2019

I basically create a work out for myself. I have a stair climber and an elliptical but I also have free weights. Between that, my imagination and youtube/ Amazon I can work up a great sweat.

An easy challenging workout for me is to go hard on the elliptical for 1-2 mins and then stop and do 10-15 mens push ups then back to elliptical full force and then 10 pushups until I can't do anymore. I usually can not reach my target of 100 push ups. It's a great burn.

Sucre posted this 20 November 2019

Leigh I like your work out. It sounds like intense intervals and has enough variety to challenge me. The idea is to just move. We live to sedentary a lifestyle. Even walking has several benefits. I always feel better with my workouts.

allis posted this 20 November 2019

I like to look up at home workout videos on Youtube. I've  also been using this subscription service called Beachbody on demand. You can get the app on your TV so you can feel like you are in a class. I've been really liking it because it's hard to get to the gym with a baby at home. Hope that helps! 

Chris posted this 20 November 2019

Push ups and squats. And pull ups and set ups

amanda posted this 21 November 2019

I like to watch youtube videos. Just search at home workouts and a bunch will show up. They are free too!

Carrie posted this 21 November 2019

youtube plyometrics or hiit workouts. they're going to be hard at first, but SO good for fat loss. 

Anna posted this 13 February 2020

yoga videos on youtube! They are both relaxing, beneficial and interactive.

Josie posted this 13 February 2020

Up and down my stairs doing laundry! But I literally do workout on the stairs and then lift weights when I feel I don't want to leave and the weather is bad, don't want to go to the gym, etc. 

Natalie posted this 13 February 2020

My husband as a mini gym in our basement.  We actually put up mirrors and now gives a similar feel of actually being in a gym.

Sarah posted this 17 February 2020

I love Youtube's workout videos. They are free and there's so many to choose from. They have an awesome cardio barre selection!

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Laurel posted this 17 February 2020

I really like the Beachbody series. Works well with the 21 day fix eating plan.

Mirna posted this 17 February 2020

I have been using MUTU, it's Pilates based but it is specifically for moms and it helps to repair diastasis recti. It is more core centered but for me it's definitely a full out workout! As you progress through the weeks they become more intense and she gives you options for varying, like adding weights, etc.

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Jane posted this 17 February 2020

Mari Windsor's Pilates videos are amazing. I know they are a bit old, but nothing gives you a better whole body work out than Pilates!!

Kathy posted this 17 February 2020

This sounds interesting. How do you access this? Is it on Youtube? ThanksQ

I have been using MUTU, it's Pilates based but it is specifically for moms and it helps to repair diastasis recti. It is more core centered but for me it's definitely a full out workout! As you progress through the weeks they become more intense and she gives you options for varying, like adding weights, etc.

Sloan posted this 17 February 2020

I've found the best way to work out without going to the gym is to run. It is so good for the mind, body and soul without the added expense of going to the gym. If you're willing to invest a little, get a jogging stroller so you can bring your babe... nice bonding experience!

Olivia posted this 20 February 2020

Yes, I am also interested. How do you access this?

This sounds interesting. How do you access this? Is it on Youtube? ThanksQ

I have been using MUTU, it's Pilates based but it is specifically for moms and it helps to repair diastasis recti. It is more core centered but for me it's definitely a full out workout! As you progress through the weeks they become more intense and she gives you options for varying, like adding weights, etc.

Jenny posted this 21 February 2020

If you want to pay, Beachbody works well. You can look like a complete fool in the comfort of your own home... I always get embarrassed working out with this mother belly I have. I've always eaten right but now after gaining 40 pounds of baby weight, I need to get back together. I waited for the alright from my doctor at 6 weeks before beginning to work out. 

Lydia posted this 26 February 2020

That is the only way I get my workout done! I use the Beachbody on demand app and have lost over 50 pounds and have insane results from just using 10-12 pounds weights.

Mina posted this 26 February 2020

I love Ballet Beautiful. It's low impact but a great workout and excellent for bouncing back after the baby is born.

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