15 Free Workouts From Home You Can Do Right Now

Working out from home

With gyms and fitness studios closing their doors in an effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus, many personal trainers, fitness instructors, and studios have shifted their offerings to virtual sessions. Some established online fitness programs have made select content available free of charge for workouts from home.

Heading outside for a walk, a run, or a bike ride is still permissible in most areas—and, in general, encouraged, with proper adherence to social-distancing regulations such as staying six feet away from others. But if you find yourself eager to move while you’re displaced from your gym, free online workouts from home can be excellent replacement sources—no matter if  you would like to break a sweat, strength-train, keep up with your weekly yoga regime, or just unwind after working from home all day.

General Fitness Workouts

Woman Working Out

The Body Coach TV (free)

The more than 250 workouts on The Body Coach TV, formulated by host Joe Wicks, are engaging and upbeat. You can find a variety of 15- to 20-minute workouts, as well as a series of “7 Days of Sweat” challenges.

Fitness Blender (free)

The channel has roughly 600 solid, no-frills workouts to choose from, including a lower-body set done with resistance bands and a no-equipment-required, high-intensity interval training (HIIT) cardio workout.

HASfit (free)

They offer over 1,000 full length, free workout from home routines and complete 30 – 90 day fitness programs for all goals and fitness levels. Their free workout plans include exercise routines, meal plans, and the best motivation to keep you moving forward.

Heather Robertson (free)

She posts a free full-length workout video 5 days/week (Mon-Fri) for 12 weeks. Included in this free workout plan is a program guide which includes sample meal plans, tips + tricks and her personal recommendations for success.

Specialty Workouts

305 Fitness (free)

305 Fitness is a cardio dance class with studios in NYC, DC, and Boston, and pop-up locations in Chicago, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. They have fitness classes available on YouTube.

AthleanX (free)

They can be found on YouTube and offer free weekly workouts from home.  The exact same program that is being used to get the top celebs and athletes in peak shape is being offered to you by them.

Fitness Marshall (free)

If you are into dance, they offer dance cardio classes on YouTube.

Reddit’s Bodyweight Fitness Community (free)

Bodyweight Fitness is for redditors who like to use their own body to train. They have something for everyone, from simple pullups, pushups, and squats to advanced bodyweight fitness movements like the one arm chin-ups or single leg squats.

Zumba For Beginners (free)

Get the party started with a full-body Zumba workout! This special 10-minute beginner Zumba workout video is for working mums.

Yoga Only

United We Om (free)

Here you have access to a library of 30+ online accessible practices that require no extra yoga props.  Classes range from Chair Yoga and Energetic classes to Yoga for Veterans and Meditation for Emotional Regulation.

Yoga With Adriene (free)

This popular YouTube channel, led by yoga instructor Adriene Mishler, is a must for any yoga lover out there. Relaxed and approachable, the channel is packed with numerous videos covering a wide range of yoga needs and wants.

Yoga With Sarah Beth (free)

Within this modern day yoga channel by Sarah Beth Yoga you can find clear & fuss free yoga videos. They range from short 10 minute yoga routines to longer 30 minute yoga practices for all levels. They help you get stronger, happier & healthier.


Deepak Chopra Meditation to Ease Stress (free)

This calming 10-minute mediation by Deepak Chopra should help you release stress and improve resilience in this unprecedented time we live in.

Relaxation Response Meditation (free)

17-minute guided meditation using breath and a word to help you reduce stress, activate the body’s “relaxation response,” and alleviate anxiety, depression and pain.

UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center (free)  

Free 5-minute guided breathing meditation on YouTube.

This is just the tip of the iceberg of what is out there for you. You can do your own google search or search within YouTube for many more offerings of this nature. I have also written an article on this subject just for kids which you can find here.

If you found this list interesting or would like to offer a suggestion of your own, please feel free to leave a comment.