• Dennis Toh

5 Best Fitness Channels on Youtube



If you want to bring your fitness activities indoors, then you’ll need a good guide to help you set up a routine. Of course, this can be a bit challenging.


With no guidance to set up your exercise routine, some costly mistakes may happen such as joint pain and injuries. One of the experts at Orthopaedic Clinic Singapore even told us that they had seen many patients with injuries from following poorly designed (amateur) fitness routines.


But with the help of the 5 fitness channels that we’ve rounded up, your workout will be easier and fun as well. These channels are the ones that we found to offer great, professionally designed workouts.


And what’s more, we picked exercise channels that don't just focus on one type of thing. That way, there’s something for everyone -- and you can even try new exercise styles that you’ve never tried before!


Whether it’s trying out some weights or working out via dance, these channels can guide you in having a more active lifestyle whatever type of exercise you’re into.


Anyway, enough yapping! Let’s dive into the list of the best fitness channels in Youtube that can help you get into tip-top shape.


  1. Fitness Blender


Created by a husband and wife team; Daniel and Kelli, they offer fitness lessons on their channel that are timed to help you with workouts in real time. If you have an s/o, you can drag them into doing exercise with you, since they have plenty of videos with couples in mind.


However, don’t fret if you don’t have a partner: they have a lot of videos covering individual workouts that can help tone your muscle too.


Whether it’s a HIIT Kickboxing Cardio workout or an at home Pilates Butt and Thigh workout, they have plenty of workout videos that will suit your specific exercise needs.



  1. BeFIT


BeFIT is probably the only one in this list that’s mostly paid-for content. They have paid downloads, subscription services and DVDs… and even free resources you can use for a daily workout.


The videos are usually around 10-20 minutes max, and are hosted by a number of professional trainers. They have longer videos for those who want a longer workout routine.


We do advise you to support them further by purchasing their materials if you like their work. And we also recommend Scott Herman’s workouts, as he has great workouts to bulk up your body.


  1. JaxBlade

JaxBlade is one of the most unique fitness channels out there. If you’re a massive fan of anime, you’ll appreciate the references that he makes to it throughout his workouts.


But one of the most eye-catching routines he does is taking an anime character’s workout and downsizing it to make it doable in real life. He also makes it possible to gain a certain anime character’s muscular physique by creating a specific routine.


Whether you want a body like a JoJo character or a lean physique like Spike Spiegel, he can offer routines for that.


One of his more popular picks is the realistic yet intense workout of One Punch Man. One Punch Man’s training routine consists of 100 pushups, 100 sit ups, and 10 kilometer run, and 100 squats every day.



  1. The Fitness Marshall


There’s nothing wrong with wanting to choose dancing as your main workout routine. In fact, it’s quite helpful and can improve flexibility of the body.


That’s why we picked The Fitness Marshall as one of the best fitness channels in Youtube. His mix of humor and suave hip hop dance moves attracts plenty of viewers, and although his flexible dancing seems easy, a few minutes in, you’ll be sweating up a storm.


With dancing to pop music and intense full body workouts via dance, you can achieve a leaner, more flexible, yet toned body with the marshall’s fun exercises.


  1. Sean Vigue Fitness


Sean Vigue Fitness focuses on alternative workouts such as yoga and Pilates. He has plenty of videos from beginner to advanced and can help with core workouts.


His workouts can help strengthen your core and give you vigorous exercises that can enhance your stamina. Videos run anywhere from 10-30 minutes.




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