pancakes222 · 04/06/2022 09:20
Was wondering if anyone had any recommendations for you tube videos from
home. I just find the selection so overwhelming that I tell myself right let's start this but then spend god knows how long searching for what's best and then never end up actually doing it! I'm looking for something around 20 mins that I can sneak in while the kids are occupied with breakfast or lunch.
I have once attempted the 30 day yoga by Adrienne series and I enjoyed having a day 1, day 2 kind of thing to stick for as that stopped that flustered feeling of knowing what to do. I have been recommended to do Pilates perhaps instead of yoga to try and build up my core but also just have a lot of fat especially on my tummy and arms that I feel perhaps I need a cardio instead of Pilates?
Any tips on how to get started would be great 😊
MsMartini · 04/06/2022 09:34
Lottie Murphy Pilates is great and she has a 24-day series on her free channel.
If you want some cardio as well, I would try a few and see who you like best and stick to that - I agree about the faff of searching and it is hard to be consistent and progress, doing random videos at different levels.
I paid for a Les Mills sub in the lockdowns (very good value IMO especially if you subscribe for a year, huge range of classes so can increase intensity with HIIT say but they also have bodybalance, dance etc) and they have some free content on youtube too.
Lastqueenofscotland2 · 11/06/2022 19:01
I like Adriennes shorter stuff
Tiffany Rothe is fun
itsthesoundofthepolice · 11/06/2022 19:07
HASfit has really good variety of programs ranging from beginners to athletes and so a range of body weight training, hiit, weights etc. there really is something for everyone and range from 15 mins to an hour.
Sorcha69 · 11/06/2022 19:16
I love jessica smith..loads of variety in both length and style and offers rotation plans to make it easy. Great instructor!
FatAgainItsLettuceTime · 11/06/2022 19:24
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