Thanks to the internet, you don’t need to go to the gym to get your sweat on. Exercising at home can be just as fun and effective with the help of the abundance of workouts available online, led by top trainers around the world.
Best of all, working out at home is convenient, totally free, and you don’t even need to comb your hair if you don’t want to. Here, we’ve rounded up seven easy workouts for you to try that are all under 30 minutes. From yoga for calming anxiety to Latin cardio dancing to get your hips shaking, there’s something for every workout style.
Yoga for anxiety and stress
This gentle yoga sequence is just what you need when you’re feeling anxious or stressed. It incorporates slow movements and deep breathing exercises including alternative nostril breathing, which international yoga teacher Adriene Mishler describes as a “magic elixir” for grounding you and melting away anxiety.
Quick, total-body workout
Although you’re working out at home, this eight-minute routine will make you feel like you’re at the beach with trainer Karena Dawn from Tone It Up. It combines cardio, moves to tone your entire body, including your booty, legs, abs, and arms, as well as a yoga flow to leave you feeling strong and energized.
Beautiful body Pilates
Roll out your yoga mat for this quick and easy Pilates session with fitness instructor and YouTuber Casey Ho. Her upbeat personality is infections, and the workout is elegant and graceful, targeting the entire body. So you’ll feel lean and toned in 10 minutes flat. Bonus: There’s no equipment needed.
Cardio kickboxing workout
No space? No problem. You can do this 10-minute cardio kickboxing workout in even the smallest room in your home. Boxing gloves aren’t essential. The exercise targets the glutes, which are the biggest muscles in our bodies and help burn more calories. Just because it’s a short workout, though, don’t expect it to be easy. You’ll be sweating in no time.
Fat-burning HIIT workout
If you want to burn some serious calories fast, HIIT workouts are the way to go. Check out this 15-minute session, which requires no equipment. Each move is done full-out for 30 seconds followed by 30 seconds of resting for a total of three rounds. If you find it challenging to keep up, increase the rest time, or reduce the number of rounds.
Beginner barre workout
Want to tap into your inner ballerina? Try this 10-minute beginner barre workout with Rebecca Louise. It features small, precise movements to tone and sculpt the arms, abs, glutes, and legs. Prepare to feel the burn.
Latin dance workout
Nothing uplifts your spirit like music and dancing. Whenever you need to shake off stagnant energy in your body, transform your living room into a dance floor and hit play on this Latin dance workout class led by Equinox cardio dance expert Nicole Steen. You’ll get your heart rate up with merengue, cha-cha, salsa, and more.