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by womenslink | 11:23 am

Using Your iPhone To Get Fit

Most avid fans of Apple’s range of smartphones will be using their phones for a range of different day-to-day activities, taking advantage of different apps and functions to get a little extra value or convenience from each interaction they experience.

One extremely popular example among iPhone users is fitness and exercise, because there is simply a staggering selection of activities that your phone can actually assist with. Here are just a few examples of things you can try, and the accessories or software you’ll need to get them a try yourself.

Make your iPhone your yoga instructor

There are a wide range of yoga apps available on the App Store which can guide you through a session, remind you of techniques and even teach you some brand new moves. Keeping your phone where you can see it is essential for this, and there are actually a number of iPhone cases which include display stands and are ideal for this purpose.

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by womenslink | 2:59 pm

Workout at home using YouTube videos

If you cannot afford to go to the gym or hire a personal trainer, the best way to exercise would be at your own home. Luckily, thanks to the internet, anyone can easily learn to work out and exercise by simply Watching a tutorial on YouTube. There are thousands of videos on Youtube that can help you work out at home. Everything you need including Yoga, Pilate, Bodybuilding, Zumba and cardio are all available on YouTube.

Apart from YouTube, there are loads of advantages when you work out at home. This includes saving money in the long run and more convenient especially if you have a busy schedule. To help you get started with using YouTube as your personal trainer, we’ve listed the following articles that showcase the best Youtube videos for home workouts.

Workout at Home: 5 Amazing YouTube Fitness Channels for Women

Whether you are on the go or looking to switch up your normal fitness routine, YouTube is a wonderful resource with much to offer. It is no longer necessary to spend money on an expensive gym membership in order to get fit and achieve your fitness goals.

Working out at home is brilliant, saving time and money. I’ve been working out at home for the past five or six years. However, it wasn’t until a few years ago that I discovered how valuable a resource YouTube is. Traveling, staying in hotels, and moving takes its toll, and it can be difficult to pop in a DVD and workout. In the process of all that, YouTube quickly became my go-to for fitness.

Since then, I have been using YouTube as a fitness resource regularly. I have tried many fitness channels in my quest for exercise variation. Over the past few years, a few channels have stood out and I continue to utilize them in my fitness regimen. The following five channels are my favorites.

I first discovered Tracy Campoli’s YouTube channel three years ago, in the midst of moving. Traveling, staying in hotels, and the busy, stressful work that comes with trying to find a new place to live, left me little time and little room to workout. I needed something that was along the lines of my normal fitness routine, but required little equipment and space. A friend posted an arm workout of Tracy’s in a Facebook group and I decided to give it a try. Needless to say, I loved it.
Tracy Campoli’s YouTube channel:

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