A list of best free online fitness channels to get yourself in shape during self isolation
Is walking from your bed to your desk the only workout you've been having these days? We've got you covered with a list of free online fitness channels to get yourself in shape while you're stuck at home.
Yoga with Adriene
Always wanted to try yoga, but found no time? There is a reason why this channel has 6.7m subscribers and why it ended up on our list of best free online fitness channels on YouTube. Yoga with Adriene is a perfect online sanctuary for yoga lovers of all levels. Browse their library of free yoga videos for relaxation, calming techniques, or check out if yoga for weight loss is your thing – this free channel offers enough materials for all levels, and all goals. Perhaps this will be the start of your yoga journey that will change your life.
For yoga, pilates, and bodyweight exercises – Blogilates is a well known name in the online fitness industry. It combines multiple workouts good for both beginner and advanced fitness lovers, weekly updates, and also shares some health and wellness tips, along with affordable and healthy recipes that taste good!
Stuck in a space with no equipment and afraid to wake up your neighbours? Natacha Océane is known for free fitness videos that are truly home friendly. Here is a full body workout at home with no equipment (yes, absolutely no equipment!), or noise to start your home fitness journey.
Chloe Ting - Abs Workout
Need an ab workout? Chloe Ting is well known for short and effective ab workouts that are upbeat and easy to follow. Along with the workouts, Chloe also shares health and dietary tips, as well as weight and workout challenges you can use to finally get the body you always wanted.
Yo Elliott's Strength Camp
Need something more advanced while the gyms are closed? Try Yo Elliott's Strength Camp. While the channel remained inactive for a some time, the amount of high quality workout materials were enough to keep one busy for months ahead, and this explains the 1.8m followers the channel can be proud of. It seems that the strength coach is now back with more regular content and updates. Best part? It doesn't just tell you what to do, but also what not to do! Something many online workout professionals often forget about!
POPSUGAR Fitness is a great free online fitness channel with a lot of fresh full body workouts that can be easily done in your own home. The channels also shares content on healthy living, stress relief and weight loss. It's a classical example of a good online fitness channel any fitness lover can enjoy, with or without previous experience and even when time is a problem. Aside of fitness workouts, the channel also provides a lot of material on wellness, healthy living, weight loss, and stress relief. Try their killer fitness workout here and see if this is for you.
Want to take your workout to a new level after the isolation is over? Check out our Home EMS Fitness Classes, or enrol into UCRYO's in-studio EMS Fitness to workout with a private trainer that adjusts to your body and goals.
What is EMS Fitness?
As fitness technologies develop, new trends appear in the fitness industry. And while some might become less popular after a few years, EMS fitness is here to stay. EMS training in Dubai is growing in popularity like never before, with new studios opening up across UAE, and this workout helps you squeeze the best out of your fitness session. Here is what you need to know about this effective fitness technology.
EMS or Electrical Muscle Stimulation
EMS stands for electrical muscle stimulation. Originally popular among physiotherapists for recovery, prevention and rehabilitation, it has entered the fitness world as one of the most popular ways to upgrade your conventional workout routine and take your gym session to a new level. It helps tone your body, improve posture, intensify a conventional workout and speedup weight loss.
How EMS Fitness Works?
works like this – you wear an EMS suit with electrodes connected to
various muscles across your body. During the workout, an EMS device
sends low-frequency electrical impulses to these electrodes to
stimulate your muscles as you do your exercise session. By doing so,
it not only makes your workout more challenging and efficient, but
also reaches the muscles that might have otherwise been left out
during a normal gym session. This
saves you hours and hours of exercise – a normal EMS session
can be as effective as a 90-minute high-intensity conventional
workout or a personal training session. Because EMS is so effective,
it only lasts for 20 minutes. In fact, the workout is so powerful,
that most professionals suggest you limit your sessions to a maximum
of two per week.
A EMS Workout Routine
A typical EMS
training consists of a mixture of static as well as dynamic
exercises. While a gym session will normally use about 40 – 70% of
your physical potential, a typical EMS session can use about 90% of
your physical potential. This way, you achieve more in less time and
with less effort. After this workout, your suit will go into a
“massage” or “recovery” mode, so you can cool down
efficiently and relax after your training session. A certified EMS
professional will personalize your workout and adjust the training to
your needs. For full benefits of EMS fitness, sessions are normally
done in small and medium sized gyms in small groups, allowing for EMS
professionals to closely follow your fitness journey. The trainer is
able to adjust the intensity of your training and muscle stimulation
during your session, with muscles stimulated either individually, or
at the same time. Because of this, EMS also offers a more
personalized, custom workout that can be easily adjusted to client’s
needs and abilities, and is closely followed up in small training
groups or personal training sessions.
Is it EMS Training Safe?
the intensity of an EMS fitness sessions, it is a completely safe and
fun workout. In fact, electric muscle stimulation has been used by
physical therapists and medical professionals for muscle recovery and
rehabilitation even before it entered the fitness world. It also does
not hurt! Although it might feel strange and strong when you first
try it on, many clients report a nice feeling after using it for some
course there are some contraindications. Some examples include
metabolic diseases, autoimmune and cardiovascular diseases,
respiratory diseases as well as epilepsy and cancer. Patients wearing
a cardiac pacemaker may damage the device with electrical impulses,
and the same applies to electrical implants. It is better to cancel
your session if you have a fever or a cold, as the training is very
intensive. Also, don’t do it if you’re pregnant. As with most
fitness technologies, if not sure – it is better to check with your
doctor. When ready, give it a try and add this futuristic workout to
upgrade your fitness routine. Contact Ucryo to assess your personal
needs and program a workout for you.