Best Workout Videos | Free Exercise Routines

If you don’t belong to a gym, you can still get your exercise. I subscribe to Netflix, which comes with free streaming videos – including exercise videos. You can watch them on the computer or on a gaming system like XBox that hooks up to Netflix.

Non-Netflix favorites

These are my Netflix favorites

  • Crunch: Fat-Burning Pilates (Ellen Barrett)
  • Crunch: Super SlimDown (Ellen Barrett)
  • Pick Your Level: Weight Loss Pilates (Ellen Barrett)
  • Self: Slim and Sleek, Fast! (Ellen Barrett)

More regulars in my exercise video rotation (all Netflix)

  • 10 Minute Solution: Fat Blasting Dance Mix (Jennifer Galardi)
  • Crunch: Cardio Dance Blast (Marie Forleo)
  • Jennifer Kries: Perfect Mix (Jennifer Kries)
  • 10 Minute Solution: Yoga (Lara Hudson)
  • 10 Minute Solution: Rapid Results Pilates (Lara Hudson)
  • Dance Off the Inches: Calorie Blasting Party
  • Dance Off the Inches: 15-Minute Express (Lydia Haskell)
  • Pick Your Level: Fat to Firm Fast (Michelle Dozois)
  • 10 Minute Solution: Carb Burner
  • Crunch: Candlelight Yoga (Sara Ivanhoe)
  • Jillian Michaels: Cardio Kickbox (this is no longer free streaming – but you can rent the DVD)

These are ones that I tried and did not like (not many)

  • Crunch: CardioSalsa (Giselle Roque de Escobar)
  • 10 Minute Solution: Kickbox Bootcamp (Keli Roberts)
  • The Trainer’s Edge: Long & Lean Yoga with Baron Baptiste

7 Comments on Best Workout Videos | Free Exercise Routines

  1. Jennifer
    30 July, 2010 at 6:45 pm (4 years ago)

    OMG these videos are great!!! I just got done doing the top two u recommened and could do like ten more. lol… but I wanted to say THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR SHARING!!! Your blog is my favorite!! Now working out is soo much more fun, easy access from my bedroom, and free :) I just started reading food blogs bc I liked Bethenny Frankel’s website so much… and I have become addicted to finding out new information. The tricks and tips for working out, healthy eating, and healthier cooking…. such as the greek yogurt instead of sour cream… or the can of pure pumpkin in place of oil and eggs when making cakes. I just love it!! All you food bloggers have really inspired me… xoxo… Thanks!!!!

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    23 July, 2011 at 6:09 pm (3 years ago)

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  3. Jeanne
    18 January, 2012 at 1:36 pm (2 years ago)

    Hi
    I have been trying to get free exercise videos to do daily on my TV. I saw that you can get them through Netflix. I have tried and tried and can’t seem to find them. Can you please tell me where to go to get them streamed onto my tv. Also are there any other sites to get free exercise videos. I have Roku hooked up also. Thanks

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  4. Liz Anderson
    25 August, 2012 at 11:17 am (2 years ago)

    Netflix stopped streaming all fitness videos Aug 1, 2012 without any notification. I had been doing Pick Your Level Pilates for two years. When I called Netflix, the only answer I got was that the contracts had run out on fitness programs. I am unhappy w/ Netflix until they bring these videos back.

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    • Maggie
      22 October, 2012 at 6:55 am (1 year ago)

      @Liz: This is terrible! This was one of the main reasons I subscribed to Netflix in the first place. I’ll let you know know if I hear anything about it.

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  5. Katelynn Casey
    28 January, 2013 at 10:46 pm (1 year ago)

    WOW I love this! EXACTLY what I needed! THANKS! :D

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