Top 5 YouTube Fitness Channels you need right now

By Sierra Miller

As a college student, sometimes it’s hard to find time to get yourself to the gym. With homework, a job, an internship, during a period of quarantine, or whatever you have going on, sometimes your workouts get pushed to the back burner. Gym memberships aren’t always the cheapest either.

The fitness industry has expanded wildly over the last few years with Instagram, YouTube, and even MIRROR, an electronic mirror that guides you through workouts. With YouTube fitness accounts, you don’t have to pay for a membership, leave your house, and sometimes you don’t even need any equipment. Fitness accounts cover all different types of workouts: HIIT (high intensity interval training), yoga, body-weight workouts, low-intensity and high-intensity, and specific target areas. Fitness videos are also great if you’re short on time. Videos can range from 5 minutes to an hour.

1. FitnessBlender

Videos on FitnessBlender range from 1000 calorie HIIT workouts, kickboxing, pilates, target areas, food ideas, and their own fitness stories and experiences. All workouts range from 5 minutes to over an hour.

Daniel and Kelli Segars started this channel on January 19th, 2020. They have 5.93 million subscribers and over 1 billion views. They have 884 videos on their account. They have also been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Fitness, Forbes, BuzzFeed, and The Huffington Post.

2. Blogilates

The playlists on Blogilates include different series of total body transformations, 12-minute workouts, apartment friendly workouts, celebrity workouts, bridal bootcamps, superhero workouts, 5-minute workouts, and many more.

Cassey Ho started Blogilates on June 13th, 2009. She has 4.84 million subscribers and over 730 million views. The account has 706 videos.

3. MadFit

MadFit includes playlists on her YouTube channel to help you narrow down the type of workout that you want to do. Playlists include, song workouts, apartment friendly workouts, no equipment workouts, various 30-day workout marathons, and more. Videos range in time as well.

Maddie Lymburner started MadFit on March 1st, 2018. She has 1.51 million subscribers and 79 million views. She has 220 videos on her account.

4. Bailey Brown

Bailey Brown’s playlists range from specific target areas, HIIT, full body workouts, 5-minute workouts, and healthy living vlogs. She posts weekly workouts as well as nutrition advice. Her workouts can be done anywhere and are short but very effective.

Bailey Brown started her channel on June 2nd, 2017. She has 77,700 subscribers and 6 million views. She has 152 videos on her account.

5. Tracy Campoli

Tracy Campoli’s channel covers a wide range of things. From ballet toning exercises, standing abs, yoga, cardio and HIIT, target areas, food and holiday tips, fitness challenges, how to videos, and working out during and after her pregnancy. Most of her videos are short and great if you are short on time.

Tracy Campoli started her channel on July 27th, 2010. She has 156,000 subscribers and 20 million views. She has 422 videos on her channel.

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