Looking for Links to Free Fitness Videos/Tutorials/Yoga

Hey can anyone recommend any links or sites to quality free videos for stretching, cardio, yoga, general aerobics, lo impact, high impact, etc? something fairly current not like old jane fonda stuff...no offense if you like old jane fonda stuff

thanks!
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  • RainHoward
    RainHoward Posts: 1,599 Member
    go to youtube and use the search feature, you'll find more than you know what to do with and I'm someplace in the mix you will find some that you like.
  • dakitten2
    dakitten2 Posts: 888 Member
    I would like to know some specific links for the same thing for an older person (almost 58). Anyone?
  • CALABRESE3
    CALABRESE3 Posts: 86 Member
    diet.com-love that site
  • tageekly
    tageekly Posts: 3,755 Member
    http://www.doyogawithme.com/yoga_classes

    This is one of my favorite sites. Options to filter for Seniors, Runners, areas of the body, and much more.
  • coolrelaxed82
    coolrelaxed82 Posts: 5 Member
    I used bodyrock.tv on YouTube every once in a while. The workouts are short, but intense.
  • Such great advice. I was wondering the same thing. Thanks for all the info :smile:
  • wifealiciousness
    wifealiciousness Posts: 179 Member
    I was just about to ask the same!

    I did these two hip hop dance videos:
    http://youtu.be/_MhyCANOL-U
    http://youtu.be/JJpvv5lwEjw

    They're good fun and I repeated the last ten minutes of them with the full dance routine!

    Anyone else got any which are fun, which you spend all your time MOVING (I hate my heartrate coming back down whilst I watch something!!) and which don't require accessories like weights, exercise balls etc etc. I just want to follow dance routines around the living room with the cat staring at me like I'm mental....
  • pandorakick
    pandorakick Posts: 901 Member
    Both on YouTube:
    Hasfit.com
    Befitin90
  • daisiemae123
    daisiemae123 Posts: 277 Member
    bumping for later
  • LuckyTerrier
    LuckyTerrier Posts: 73 Member
    Check out fitnessblender.com
    I love their free workout videos!
  • vyanadevi
    vyanadevi Posts: 134 Member
    Agreed! Bumping for later!
  • Topsking2010
    Topsking2010 Posts: 2,245 Member
    Bump
  • Marc713
    Marc713 Posts: 328 Member
    If you have Netflix, check and see if they have any for streaming, I'm pretty sure I saw some at one point. But i second youtube. Bodybuilding.com has some too, but most of those are for lifting. Google around as well. Just use a variety of similar searches.
  • LauraLouFace
    LauraLouFace Posts: 56 Member
    Bodyrock.tv is the best! Short, intense workouts and they always break the different exercises down and show you the proper form. Same with Zuzana Light on YouTube. People think they need all the equipment that they use on bodyrock.tv, but if you have some free-weights or get creative adding phone books or something to a backpack, you can do just about all of the routines. They usually show you how you can modify it, too.
  • Download Vuze...
    Torrentz.com
    Search any videos (Insanity, P90x, JM, etc.)
    And download, and now you have a collection of all workout videos...good luck :)
  • Avandel
    Avandel Posts: 283 Member
    I was just about to ask the same!

    I did these two hip hop dance videos:
    http://youtu.be/_MhyCANOL-U
    http://youtu.be/JJpvv5lwEjw

    They're good fun and I repeated the last ten minutes of them with the full dance routine!

    Anyone else got any which are fun, which you spend all your time MOVING (I hate my heartrate coming back down whilst I watch something!!) and which don't require accessories like weights, exercise balls etc etc. I just want to follow dance routines around the living room with the cat staring at me like I'm mental....

    If you have an ipod etc you can record your own music to dance to. I do 1 hour of Pitbull, Enrique, Rihanna. JLo etc, something with a good beat. :glasses: :smokin:
  • bump
  • birdieaz
    birdieaz Posts: 448 Member
    Oh nice..thank you bump