Fitness videos are the staple of every home workout, but it can take time to find the right one. If searching for workout videos that suit you is turning out to be more difficult than you expected, here are a few things you should take into consideration.
Equipment and Intensity
If you don’t own any equipment or don’t feel like investing in it right now, look for equipment-free workout videos. It’s also important to keep your fitness level in mind and avoid workouts that are too intense if you’re still a beginner.
If you don’t have a lot of time on your hands, make sure to pick workout videos that aren’t too long. Doing workouts that only target a single area of your body won’t do you any good, so make sure to mix things up, and pick shorter videos that target different muscle groups or a single, full-body workout.
Some people like trainers who give clear instructions, while others prefer following the moves on their own. You can get a clearer insight into the trainer’s style by reading the comments, and checking out their YouTube profile to make sure they can be trusted as a legitimate source.