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Workout resources

Resources for you, whether you're just beginning to include more physical activity into your life, or if you're already regularly physically active and are looking for more.

Home workout

General resources

  • CU AT HOME WorkoutsStay active at home with Concordia Recreation. Updated weekly with both High Intensity workouts, and Fitness & Relaxation workouts.
  • Fitness Blender: Provides hundreds of home workouts to pick and choose from.  Routines are organized by duration, type of exercise (e.g. High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) and strength training), difficulty, body focus, and approximate calories burned. Trainers provide clear explanation of proper posture as they go through the exercise with you. With a subscription you can personalize a workout program that lasts from 2 to 8 weeks.
  • Heart and Soul Fitness: HASFIT offers hundreds of follow-along workout routines for all fitness levels. Modifications are offered to customize the routine for your specific needs. Watch the routines online or download the app.
  • Livestrong.com's STRONGER Challenge: 10 free, no-equipment workout videos (lasting 30-40 min. each) and a suggested workout calendar. Lots of modifications suggested to make it easier, harder, or low-impact.
  • YouTube offers many free workouts: 
    • Concordia Stingers' strength and conditioning coach, Lisa-Marie Breton-Lebreux, has a YouTube channel with many videos designed to keep us moving and in shape.
    • Pahla Bowers is an online trainer offering a large range of intensities, lengths, and styles, but focusing on gentler workouts that are appropriate for beginners. 
    • Explore YouTube and find online workouts you enjoy! 

 

Aerobic activities

 

Strength training activities

 

Flexibility activities

 

Local run clubs

Concordia Exercise Science & Psychology student Jo assembled this list of local running clubs that offer FREE running groups. Explore the list and find one that is convenient for you!





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