Search for more Everyday Power
Trying to sift through all the workout and healthy living websites is a never-ending job. There’s always new ones popping up, and these sites usually require you to pay to access their content.
So, I decided to do the work for you. I narrowed down the top health and workout websites—so you don’t have to.
Here’s a list of 10 websites that have a wide variety of free workout routines and health information. Articles about body building, nutrition, mental health—this list provides content that covers everything you need to know.
From learning the benefits of The Paleo Diet and how to incorporate it into your everyday life, to certain exercises and how they interact with health conditions—this list is just a start.
Be more prepared to start your health kick, and keep it going, with these 10 websites.
10 Websites to Get an Awesome Free Workout
This website is a nice source of motivation with transformation photos and healthy lifestyle articles. If you’re looking for weight loss and extreme muscle building articles, this site is for you.
You’ll find high intensity cardio workouts, proper techniques for gym equipment, tips to start your strict workout regimen, and more.
FitPro is a versatile health blog loaded with information about leading a more positive lifestyle. Their most recent post is about Disco Yoga, which makes you think, “This is going to be good.”
They have a seemingly endless array of information, new workouts to try, interviews with professional athletes, and even content on eating disorders and personal improvement.
3.) Move GB
This blog is filled with articles that will help your overall fitness and health goals. You’ll find content about staying active at your desk job, and even tips for new moms wanting to work out. My personal favorite: “Bacon vs. Sausage” article.
This site has articles related to overall health and nutrition, as well as free workout and exercise plans.
5.) Gym and Fitness
This blog is definitely worth the look. It’s nicely organized into three categories:
There are recipes, exercise plans for all ages, and overall health articles. You can also read some personal interviews to get inspiration.
6.) Sexy Fit Vegan
You guessed it. This is all about the meat-free life—and more. This site has exercise programs, fitness challenges, and posts on vegan and cruelty-free cosmetics.
This is for you if you’re looking for an overall lifestyle boost. Lifehack isn’t your typical health website. It has four main sections:
8.) The Paleo Diet
You’ll find everything you need to know about The Paleo Diet here. If you don’t know what Paleo is, there’s a beginners guide here as well. They also have exercise tips, injury prevention, and lots of information for asthmatics.
9.) Love to Know
You’re going to love all the information on this site. Love to Know has what you need to start your free workout and diet regimen. Learn bench press routines dedicated for women, stretch exercises, or discover more on how exercises can affect certain health conditions.
It usually ends in disaster when I try a new exercise without the right experience. But with SparkPeople, I found loads of videos showing me how to properly perform exercises (i.e. the right motion and posture), which is very important when doing any type of workout.
Looking for strength training exercises? Want to dance or learn yoga? SparkPeople has a wide variety of useful videos to watch.