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Spending the day indoors doesn’t mean you have to sit on the couch all day. An exercise routine may be just what you need to stay energized! Why not have the kids join in on the fitness fun, too? Try these 15 free online workouts to get your whole family in shape.
Here’s an easy, no-stress workout to keep your muscles moving every now and then. While you’re doing some yoga poses, you’ll can easily look down to see your adorable baby. Remember to complete the workout at your own pace — it’s OK to take breaks!
When you need a breather from parenthood, sit in a comfortable position and hit play on this video. Mama and Baby Love will help you relieve some stress with this soothing postpartum meditation. You can even listen to the meditation with your newborn on your chest.
Who says you can’t have some fun while your baby is in the carrier? This cardio workout gives parents a chance to dance it out. We appreciate how the moves are done at a slower pace to help parents with newborns get back into a fitness routine.
Work your whole body with your baby in your arms. This routine includes gentle exercises to ensure your baby is safe. With your little one moving around, you might even hear a few new giggles!
While this is designed as a postnatal workout, who says that a dad can’t participate while holding his baby? Feel free to adjust the routine to your body’s needs and more importantly, don’t feel pressured to go back into exercising if you’re not ready yet.
Finding it difficult to fit in a full workout? This quick routine is great for postpartum bonding, and at only 10 minutes long, it’s ideal if you find yourself taking frequent breaks from your workouts to soothe a fussy baby. You can repeat this sequence two or even three times for a longer workout — if your little one will let you, that is!
Length: 10 minutes
Take advantage of stroller walks by fitting in a quick workout. The best part? Your baby can stay in the stroller the whole time! Use the stroller to rock your child back and forth as you do squats, lunges and high knees. You can also leave the stroller on lock and do all these movements on your own.
Toddlers & Early Elementary
Jamie makes yoga exciting for kids by mixing workouts with their favorites stories like Frozen and Stars Wars. The YouTube channel is filled with so many family exercises that you can easily fit the videos in your daily routine.
If you listen to Kidz Bop at home, then your kids will love nothing more than to learn how to dance to these songs, too. Follow along to these Dance Along videos as the Kidz Bop crew shows you moves for songs like Old Town Road, Whoomp! There It Is (hello, ’90s!) and more.
The whole family will be sweating after following this energetic workout. Workouts include single leg balance, jumping jacks, roll-ups and more. If you want to get creative, make it a family workout challenge to win prizes!
If you’re looking for a longer workout, here’s one that will help the entire family build strength and endurance. This video is a great introduction to teach your kids certain exercise moves. There’s even a timer to help you stay focused in each circuit.
Fit a bit of exercise into play time with this creative workout. This interactive video encourages kids to use their imaginations while they jump over lava, scale walls and attempt to dodge a variety of obstacles. Don’t worry — your living room will be safe!
During stressful times, it’s important to teach kids the importance of expressing their feelings. You can all tune in to these creative meditation and sleep stories that will let everyone take a few deep breaths.
Does your family love Disney? You can all sing along to High School Musical and Aladdin while breaking out a sweat. We couldn’t think of a better way to work out together.
Tweens & Teens
You’ll enjoy dancing to these beats so much that you won’t even notice that you’re getting fit as the same time. Don’t miss PopSugar Fitness’s other dance workouts like Latin dance and throwback dances.
Parents can join in on this yoga workout aimed for teens. Adriene guides you through the video to help you work on balance, strength, confidence and self-love. Her YouTube channel also has 30 Days of Yoga series if you really want to bond with your tween or teen.
This video has a few helpful tips for teens who are beginning their workout journey. The full body workout can be done with the entire family while playing music in your living room, or your teen can enjoy the benefits of moving their body in their room while wearing headphones.
For families who have a little more time on their hands, give barre a try. All you need is a chair for a barre and you’ll feel like you’re in a ballet class. Browse through FIT by Laurie’s barre workout playlist to find other videos ranging from 8 to 60 minutes.
For your older kids missing the gym, here is a CrossFit-style workout they can do at home without equipment. You can tag along to motivate each other. Not challenging enough? Follow Nathan Loy’s CrossFit weekly schedule with multiple videos to play each day.
Focus on your core (abdominal, obliques and lower back muscles) with Fitness Blender. You don’t need weights to complete this workout! But, you can get creative at home by using soup cans or water bottles.
If your older kids can’t stop scrolling on TikTok, turn their social app obsession into a family workout. This video series takes trending songs on TikTok and turns them to full body exercises. Plus, you’ll be ready the next time your kids ask you to film a TikTok with them.
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