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11 Online Workouts That Will Make You Sweat

When you come home after a long day of work and the last thing you want to do is put on your gym clothes and head back out to the gym. So what do you do? You say, "I'll just go tomorrow." And just like that, you've skipped your workout again. Not anymore, ladies. It's time to take advantage of this little thing called the internet. We all know there are thousands of workout videos online, but let's be honest, it's hard to find the ones that are actually worth our time and/or the ones that keep us engaged. Well, you're in luck. We've taken the time to go through the majority of the videos and picked out the best ones. This way, you can get your workout in without even having to leave your home. Read below to find out the 11 best online workouts to keep you sweating.

11 Jessica Smith TV

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Jessica Smith, the founder of Jessica Smith TV, is a bubbly fitness instructor, wellness coach, and personal trainer. Not only does she post all of her videos on YouTube for your viewing pleasure but she also offers at home exercise DVD's if you want even more fun workouts. Her workouts are anything from cardio, yoga, ballet, boxing or a mix of all four. They normally range from fifteen to forty-five minutes and depending on the workout, they're low or high intensity and some require a mat and hand weights. Jessica does the workout with you and keeps you engaged the entire time. When you're finished, expect to be sweaty and tired, but also rejuvenated. Find her videos here. 

10 Tone It Up

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Tone It Up is a fitness program created by two beautifully fit women Karena and Katrina. Together, the two ladies offer hundreds of different workout videos and exercise programs. Their videos vary in length depending on the type of exercise you choose from. What are your choices? Cardio, high intensity workouts, yoga, and full body toning videos. On their website, you can choose which particular part of your body you feel like focusing on and then be redirected to a workout that fits the part. If you're looking for nutrition counseling or healthy recipes, Karina and Katrina have your back.

9 Yoga Journal

Yoga Journal is a magazine that includes everything yoga related. Luckily for us, they also have a YouTube channel called Yoga Journal, where you can find basically any length and style of yoga you want to do. Some are more challenging than others and most require a mat or a soft surface. With Yoga Journal, you'll never get bored because there are hundreds of different teachers that contribute to the site. If you're looking for more information about yoga, health, lifestyle and nutrition, you can visit their website, yogajournal.com to find a plethora of resources or subscribe to their magazine.

8 Blogilates

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Blogilates by Cassey Ho is exactly what it sounds like, but better. Cassey Ho is an enthusiastic fitness instructor that has over 3 million subscribers. Why? Because her workouts are fast, fun, and keep you engaged. On top of that, they work. On her website, blogilates.com, Cassey offers an array of free videos that are separated into types of workout you want to do or target areas you want to focus on. She even has different programs you can sign up for an offer on nutritional advice as well.

7 Sweaty Betty

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Sweaty Betty is an online fitness channel that basically offers every different type of workout and helps get you sweaty. Created in London, Sweaty Betty offers workouts that include dance, running, and yoga. Some of the workouts require light weights and/or a mat but for a lot of them, the only thing you need is yourself. What's better is that Sweaty Betty is geared towards women. The workouts range from a few minutes to forty-five minutes and include various different instructors. Visit their YouTube Channel to get started today.

6 Body By Simone

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Has anyone else seen Rosie Huntington-Whitely's instagram posts recently? If you have, you know exactly what Body By Simone is. Unfortunately, Body By Simone's studio is located in Los Angeles, however, you don't have to live in LA to get the benefit of Simone's method. On her YouTube Channel, BBS, Simone offers a quick full body workout that's perfect for anyone that wants to get their workout in but doesn't have a lot of time. If you visit her website, you can purchase her fitness DVD's that'll help you get your sweat on in the comfort of your own home.

5 Popsugar Fitness

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Did you know that Popsugar also has a YouTube Channel, called Popsugar Fitness, that's specifically dedicated to fitness videos? On their channel you can find videos that range from five minutes to forty-five minutes and have any different type of exercise you can think of. Additionally, most of their videos include special guest trainers that work hands on with celebrities. What's our favorite video? The one that teaches you how to get arms like Sarah Jessica Parker.

4 Movee

Movee is a YouTube channel that has a plethora of videos ranging from a couple of minutes to over an hour. What's the best part about Movee? You can choose anything from Latin Dance workouts to Zumba workouts to Yoga. Movee is a fun, free, and eclectic channel that's designed for people of all ages and all body types.  Most of the workouts don't require any extra equipment. The only thing you'll need is plenty of space because there are plenty of twirls, hops, and kicks involved in most of the workouts.

3 Tracy Anderson

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You've probably heard Tracy Anderson's name before. With celebrity clients like J. Lo and Gwyneth Paltrow, her classes held at her studios in New York and Los Angeles sell out quickly. However, you don't have to attend her classes to get the benefits of her technique because she has a YouTube Channel that has an array of videos made by the genius herself. We're warning you: Her technique is challenging and it takes time to get the hang of it. Most of her moves are dance based and designed to re-shape your entire figure.

2 Shape Magazine

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We've all seen Shape Magazine while waiting in line at the grocery store, but did you know that Shape Magazine's done everyone a favor and made a YouTube Channel? On their channel, they post videos regularly, including exercise videos. They have videos that entail things such as yoga, pilates, and cardio. On top of that, they have videos specific to different target areas including buns, thighs, abs, and arms. Bonus: Many of their videos include celebrities telling their fitness tips and secrets.

1 BeFiT

BeFiT is a YouTube Channel that includes workouts from celebrity trainers, celebrities, and fitness gurus. Some of our favorite videos include cardio boxing with Jillian Michaels and, well, all of the BeFit Series videos. You'll never get bored with BeFiT's channel because there is so much to choose from. BeFit offers videos that include every different type of exercise including body weight exercises, yoga, and high intensity workouts. Their videos range from five minutes to about an hour, so you can choose your workout depending on your mood and your energy level.

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