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Our Online Fitness Community Can’t Get Enough of the Top 10 Best Workout Videos

Kara Jillian Brown

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Well+Good has created a thriving online workout community, connecting you to some of the top trainers at the touch of a button. From dance cardio and Pilates to HIIT and Tabata, there's a video on our YouTube channel to show you how to move the way you want to move. Out of the over 250 fitness videos you can watch for free, there are 10 that people come back to view again and again.

Each of the workouts in these videos is modifiable, making them great for any fitness level. And because you're at home, you can hit pause and take a break as needed. Below, you'll find Well+Good's 10 best online workout videos. Get changed, roll out your mat, and grab some water—we'll be here when you're ready.

10 of the best online workout videos from Well+Good

1. Dancer Abs

Led by Katia Pryce, CEO and co-founder of DanceBody, this six-minute workout will take help you move your body and activate your core like a dancer—no experience required. Though this video is one of our oldest—released in 2016—people can't get enough of it. It's been watched over 5 million times.

2. 15-Minute Full-Body Pilates Workout

For this 15-minute pilates workout, all you need is your body and space to lay down. Chloe Gregor, an instructor at East River Pilates in New York City, leads you through a full-body Pilates workout in this video. You'll do the classic pilates roll-down, leg lifts, and planks and Gregor will be there to talk you through it.

3. 15-Minute Pilates Core Workout

The best part of Pilates is that no matter what muscle you're working, nine times out of 10, you're also engaging your core. So for this workout to actually target nothing but core, you know it's gonna be good. Here, Gregor leads you through toe taps, plank dips, and more.

4. Resistance Band Back Workout

Shy of pushups, your back muscles are some of the hardest muscles to work without equipment. During this workout led by certified trainer Bec Donlan, you'll complete rows, alt-pull downs, and more using nothing but a resistance band ($14 for a set of 3).

5. 15-Minute At-Home Abs Workout


Taught by certified fitness instructor and Le Sweat founder Charlee Atkins, this ab workout features two rounds that you complete twice. Each round has four moves that you do for 40 seconds each with a 10-second rest in between. And don't let those dumbbells scare you—there's no equipment required.

6. 25-Minute Low-Impact Cardio Workout

Whether you have joint issues or downstairs neighbors that you don't wanna annoy, this low-impact cardio workout will get your heart rate lifted, no jumping required. During this 25-minute workout, Atkins will take you through 16 moves.

7. 15-Minute Dancer Abs Workout

Because everyone loved Well+Good's first Dancer Abs video, we decided to recreate the magic with an updated dancer abs workout. This one is 15-minutes long, meaning you can dance it out with Pryce for more than twice as much time as you can with the original video.

8. Plank Series with Solidcore

Solidcore classes are typically done on a megaformer, which makes them hard to recreate at home. However, Solidcore instructor Triana Brown makes it happen by leading you through this workout that can be done with two sliders ($20), towels, or paper plates. Brown, who is also Solidcore's senior manager of talent and product, will make your core quake in a way you didn't know was possible in under 10 minutes.

9. 15-Minute Tabata Workout

During this Tabata workout, trainer Ash Wilking takes you through two circuits each composed of six moves. You'll give each move all you've got 20 seconds and then rest for 10. Clear some space and tie on your sneakers for this equipment-free workout.

10. Full Body HIIT Workout with Weights

Coming in at number 10 is this full-body HIIT workout led by trainer Meg Takacs. During this workout, you'll do two rounds of six movements for 30 seconds each. While you don't need dumbbells to complete any of these movements, using them will help you get the most out of the workout. Takacs says you can use any dumbells between five and 15 pounds. If you need a set, snag this set that includes 5, 8, and 12-pound weights with a stand ($124).

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