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    Default Free exercises channels on Youtube

    I recently cancelled my paid online subscription to Yoga Vibes, which I had for about 3 years and enjoyed but can no longer afford. So I am looking for exercise channels on Youtube that provide free full length workouts.

    I have found some great ones for weights (HASfit, Critical Bench, some of Fitness Blender [but I find them a bit repetitive/boring]), yoga (Five Parks Yoga), but I am still trying to find some good ones for mat pilates and barre. Does anyone have any channels to recommend for those? I am usually around intermediate level for everything, so not super easy beginner stuff but not super hard advanced either.


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    Might not be what you're looking for, but I like YouTube videos done by Amy Dixon. I'm pretty good on getting cardio in (running and swimming), but I need some video motivation when it comes to core and working with free weights.

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    Thanks, I will check it out. Anything to add to the list is great. I tend to get really bored in exercise and need to change what I do for my strength/stretching every single day.

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    Just found another good exercise channel on Youtube. They also have a website. Its called GymRa.
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    Just updating this with what has stuck and is working for me right now. I am using a blend of:
    Five Parks Yoga
    Barlates by Linda Wooldridge (this lady does killer workouts that you can't move after, yet she does it all smiling)
    Barre Centric

    And I also cobble together some heavy weights for my legs once or twice a week from various channels as I so need it for horse riding.
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