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At-Home Resources

There are many exercise-related videos, resources and apps available online to help you stay in shape. These are a few of our favorites.


Volt Fueled by Gatorade

Whether you’re a competitive, recreational, or tactical athlete – or just want to train like one – you need to build strength, endurance, power, speed and durability against injuries. Volt’s training is optimized for athletes, which means that every training plan is designed with performance in mind.  Choose to train for over 30+ different sports, tactical fitness, or balanced strength development with our All-Around Athlete program. (Low-Cost)

5K Runner: Couch Potato to 5K

Learn to run a 5K with no experience in 8 weeks. This app will have you alternating between walking and running intervals to help increase your endurance. You can use it on a treadmill or outside. (Low-Cost) 

7 Minute Workout

The 7-minute workout app is the #1 fitness app in 127 countries. Become your own personal trainer to lose weight and get fit with fast, simple daily workouts. There are 17 high-intensity bodyweight exercises, 30 seconds per exercise, 10 seconds between moves. (No-Cost)


Use your iPhone as a step counter. Pedometer++ lets you easily keep track of your daily and weekly step counts, without any impact on your life. You can view progress each day from either the iPhone, Today View widget or Apple Watch app. (Low-Cost)

Simply Yoga – Fitness Trainer

Simply Yoga is your own personal yoga instructor. The app contains 20, 40 and 60-minute yoga routines that step you through each pose. A certified personal trainer demonstrates each pose, so choose your workout length and follow along in the comfort of your home. (No-Cost)

Strava Training: Track Running, Cycling & Swimming

Track your fitness with Strava activity tracker. Record routes, map your favorite bike trail or run & analyze your training with all the stats – for free! (No-Cost)


4 Lower Body Strength Exercises for Older Adults: NIH

In this video, Go4Life fitness instructor Sandy Magrath shows how to do four lower body strength exercises – back leg raise, side leg raise, chair stand and toe stand. Equipment needed: a stable chair (No-Cost)

6 Upper Body Strength Exercises for Older Adults: NIH

In this video, Go4Life fitness instructor Sandy Magrath shows how to do six upper body strength exercise – hand grip, overhead arm raise, arm curl with weights, arm curls with a resistance band, wall pushups and chair dip. (No-Cost)

Billy Blanks Tae Bo Fitness

This a YouTube channel with Tae Bo Fitness workout videos. Tae Bo is an exercise system combining elements of aerobics and kick-boxing. (No-Cost)

Fitness Blender

Fitness Blender has hundreds of free videos with all different forms of physical activities, including HIIT, Strength Training, Yoga and many more. Fitness Blender was created by a husband & wife team that believes everyone should have access to exercise.  (No-Cost)


HASfit offers over 1,000 full length, free workout routines, and complete 30-90 day fitness program for all goals and fitness levels. (No-Cost)


Nate Bower is a certified PTS, boxing instructor and competitive athlete. This YouTube channel is full of workouts like boxing, Tabata, HIIT training, Drip 20 workouts, and fitness and boxing combination tutorials. (No-Cost)

Sweat Factor with Mike Donavanik

Access exclusive workouts with world-class trainers from Daily Burn, Grokker, Nike, Aaptiv, FitFusion, and more! From HIIT to yoga, kettlebells to kickboxing, barre to boot camp, there’s something for everyone. (No-Cost)


The Zumba program is a fitness party with contagious blend of Latin and international rhythms that provides a fun and effective workout to a global community, either at home or in the gym. (No-Cost)

Do Yoga With Me 

Yoga videos for all levels of skill, from beginners to experts. (Low-Cost)

Body Positive Yoga

Body Positive Yoga is a  YouTube channel proves that anyone can enjoy the benefits of yoga. (No-Cost)


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National Center on Health, Physical Activity & Disability

National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability (NCHPAD) is a public health practice and resource center on health promotion for people with disabilities.

Sit & Be Fit 

Sit and Be Fit is a non-profit organization that produces America’s award-winning television exercise series. Each chair exercise program is carefully researched and designed by host Mary Ann Wilson, RN, and a team of physical therapist, doctors and exercise specialists. (No-Cost)

Zumba Gold Chair

Zumba chair gets your heart rate up while sitting in your chair. This 45-minute video is a fun way to get your daily physical activity done. (No-Cost)

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