Exercise is a vital component of our health and wellness, but with our busy lives, it’s all too easy to push workouts aside in favor of other obligations or vegging out for a Netflix binge-watching session.
Scheduling workouts during the week is a great way to stay on track, but it can be difficult to keep your workout fresh and exciting, particularly for fitness novices. Enter a crop of fitness blog stars that are using their exercise expertise to create free fitness calendars that will keep you moving all year long!
Cassey Ho of Blogilates.com has a monthly calendar that will help you become a Pilates pro. The Blogilates monthly calendar, with kicky names like Sweatember and NovemBURN, targets different body parts every day. Cassey switches it up by incorporating her instructional YouTube videos as well as workouts exclusively available via the free Blogilates app, available for Android and iOS. Cassey even compiles a daily video playlist on the calendar page with the workouts you need along with rest day extras like stretching and recipes from her Cheap Clean Eats series. The calendar is password protected, so you’ll have to sign up for the Blogilates newsletter to access it, but Cassey has designed a 28-day beginner’s workout calendar that is accessible without a password.
Tone It Up masterminds Karena and Katrina want to get you started on a journey to health and fitness with their stellar crosstraining calendar. From cardio on Sunday Runday to partnering up with a fitness pal on Friends with Benefits Saturday, the Tone It Up team offers great ways to get fit, eat healthy and feel good, using a combination of YouTube videos, printables and routines from their awesome Beach Babe DVD. They also encourage you to become a part of the Tone It Up team by sharing your progress and ideas on Instagram. Pair up the monthly calendar with the Weekly Schedule, a rundown of workouts to keep you motivated every day! They even create Spotify playlists to get you pumped.
These calendars are wonderful for keeping exercise fun and challenging, and they also give you an idea of how you can branch out and start creating your own workout routine. Check them out today!