I wanted to share a few 15-minute beginner workouts for you to enjoy as we approach the holidays. It can be impossible to find time to go to the gym when you’re a busy Mom, and thankfully, you don’t have to go to the gym to get a guided workout. You can find every kind of guided workout you can think of entirely free on Youtube. For this article, I wanted to focus on just the 15-minute workouts, these are the ones that can be done during nap time, first thing in the morning, or you can try to get your kids to join in too.
If you’re just starting and you don’t want a workout that is too intense, start with a beginner workout. They give you quick, easy exercises that are easy to follow and cover quite a few parts of your body.
Strength training is key to a healthy life; we are here to help you master the fundamentals. This is a 15-minute workout we designed for beginners, but anyone will benefit from this full-body sweat session. We will teach you the moves and the modifications you need to build strength and great form. Best of all, you don’t need fancy equipment for this workout, just a sturdy chair. Press play, and let’s get started!
The Body Coach TV
This workout is aimed at absolute beginners to get you started on your fitness journey. It’s Workout 1 of a new 7-day series I’ve put together featuring 15-minute workouts you can do with no equipment. Aim to do 4-5 workouts per week with a couple of rest days.
BodyFit By Amy
This 15-minute workout uses a set of dumbbells and bodyweight moves to strengthen and tone your body. Keeping all moves lower impact and intensity, you’ll still get your heart pumping to burn fat and calories, moving at a beginner’s pace to learn form and function.
The Urban Fight
Here is a 15 Minute Easy Home Workout to get you started and improve your Cardio Base! This video has 15 exercises, 45 seconds of work, and 15 seconds rest, and each break has 1 Weight Loss Tip, so you get 14 Weight Loss Tips that work. Make sure you do this workout for five days every week and combine it with an active lifestyle and healthy eating.
Dance is one of the best ways to raise your spirits after a challenging day. That’s right — getting down can help pick you up. We created this quick, 15-minute dance workout to help you bounce back. Put on your dancing shoes, press play, and get ready to get your groove on.
Let’s have some fun moving with this quick but effective cardio session (no equipment required!) This 15-minute full-length home workout routine burns calories, elevates the heart rate, and works the muscles in the thighs, inner thighs, legs, quadriceps, hamstrings, core, arms, shoulders, and abs with exercises like walking, jogging, knee lifts, hamstring curls, side steps, skaters, jumping jacks, jump rope and more. In the video, you will experience both high and low-impact options.
These are great, right? Listen, I needed something quick and easy to accomplish my workout goals to get to a healthier version of myself. I hope the 15-minute beginner workouts help you as well. Please let me know, and I would love to hear about your health journey.