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Health & Fit Some Fun YouTube Exercise Videos to Get You Moving

17:42  05 march  2021
17:42  05 march  2021 Source:   shondaland.com

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Finding the perfect workout video can be tough. HIIT or cardio dance? A full 30 minutes, or a collection of ten-minute or song-length videos?

a woman standing in front of a window: A list of great exercise videos on YouTube according to your taste in music. © petesphotography - Getty Images A list of great exercise videos on YouTube according to your taste in music.

And what about music? If a show tune is what inspires you to get up and move, then an EDM-centric video might not be for you. And if you’re in the mood to squat and sweat to hip hop, you’re not going to give your all doing moves set to tracks off Folklore. Here's a list to help you find the perfect sweat session to keep you motivated through 2021.

Hip Hop

30 minutes of strength-training dance

If you connect with instructor Mike Peele’s collection of high-energy hip hop moves and fast-paced bodyweight strength training moves, you’re in luck. The choreographer has created more than 40 videos set to different hip-hop tracks, energizing your dance cardio practice with constantly changing routines.

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Truly"savage" 20 minute cardio routine

For anyone who ever wanted to add the song of the summer to their workout routine but could never quite get the official“WAP” choreo down, this video is for you. Each dance sequence is made up of moves that will make you forget you’re working out. They’re simple enough to not intimidate a newcomer, but move fast enough that you’ll never get bored.

Emo / Pop Punk

Ten minutes of cardio angst

This video will bring back all the teenage angst that fueled your many trips to Hot Topic. At just ten minutes you can use this as a warm-up, or the kind of workout that can truly be squeezed in between Zoom calls. Vent some of the frustration that comes with knowing both meetings could have been emails with plank-jacks.

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Low-impact/high-impact emo/pop-punk dance

This dance-based workout isn’t the kind of sweat pouring down your face HIIT routine many have come to associate with YouTube fitness, but if you’re looking to ease back into a fitness practice, or just want to add a little cardio to a day otherwise spent 100 percent on your living room couch, stretching and punching to Good Charlotte classics is a great way to do it.

EDM/House

Full-body dance routine for cardio veterans

While the personal trainer vibes you can get with YouTube fitness videos can be nice, sometimes you want a return to the before times and imagine you’re back in a class with fellow endorphin chasers. This 305 Fitness workout mixes intense yet easy-to-follow dance cardio moves with plenty of bodyweight strength training. Plus, the instructor is there to provide encouragement and the all-important segment countdown.

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15 minute of cardio — club style

If you want a cardio class that feels like it’s taking place in a very health-conscious rave, this is the workout for you. With the two instructors alone in the studio, lights and beat pulsing, all their energy and hype is focused on you alone. And you’re going to need it. This is an intense workout with absolutely no time to rest that will seriously test your stamina and your upper body strength.

Country/Folk

Ballet-style burn to Taylor's Folklore

This one's for Swifties who want to chill out and not get amped up by their workout. Full of ballet-inspired sequences, it’s an incredibly relaxing video that will still get your heart rate up with some squats and leaps. Don’t be surprised if you feel the need to plié the next time you listen to the album.

A sweaty ride down the old town road

Sometimes you want something more to show for a workout than calories burned and sweat shed-like a fully choreographed dance to the biggest song of 2019. With moves that are demoed slow and sped up at just the right rate to feel comfortable, this video doesn’t skimp on production value, with a special effect that will make you feel like you’re really dancing down that old town road.

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Musicals

HIIT with just the Broadway hits

While some HIIT workouts can get stale quickly, this video, featuring songs from Hamilton, Hairspray, and plenty of other hit musicals, really honors a feeling of theatricality with each new move. Yes, you’re burning calories and building muscles. But you’re also making sure you don’t throw away your shot.

A royal cardio routine with music from Six

This is definitely a more dance-class-like experience. Expect a lot of time learning the moves before you get to put them to use. But if you want to feel like you’re on Broadway, just for a little bit, you’ll still get a decent cardio workout by the end of the video (plus, you'll learn a little British history).

Dance Hall

Dance hall beats guaranteed to make you sweat

Instructor Ashley estimates you’ll burn between 300-500 calories with this half-hour workout video, and you are definitely going to feel every single one of those calories burned! Expect plenty of butt shaking, waist twisting, and hip rocking as you tap into Ashley’s completely infectious energy.

Cardio dance hall routine in just 15 minutes

Your legs will be on fire halfway through this video, but the amazing beat will get you through! There are slower segments that allow you to catch your breath; it’s perfect if you’re looking for short bursts of intensity mixed with slower, more fluid sequences that keep you moving but don’t keep you gasping for air.

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Disney

Dance at your own private Disney princess ball

Put the adventurous spirit the Moana soundtrack gives you to good use with this cardio workout that will have you literally leaping as the sea calls the Disney protagonist. The playlist features more recent Disney soundtracks, as well as songs from‘90s classics, and has a good mix of heart-pumping moves and more low-impact stretching that makes this a light to moderate workout.

HIIT sprinkled with enough Disney magic to keep you going

The great thing about this video is the dual screens, one populated by fitness YouTuber Emily Thorne leading you through the moves, and another by Disney enthusiast That Disney Girl, which gives you the feeling that you’re in a fitness class with a friend. This workout’s playlist borrows not just from Disney animated films but classic Disney channel flicks as well.

Molly Horan is an English professor teaching writing YA literature and cultural critique at NYU and the School of Visual Arts. Her writing has been published on Refinery29, The AV Club, Mashable, and many other sites. Her Twitter handle is @Molly_Horan.

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