The best part of at-home workouts is that you don’t necessarily need a tricked-out home gym to get results — a no-equipment workout can be just as effective.
Pick any no-equipment workout on Beachbody On Demand from the list below — then just throw some workout clothes on and press “play.”
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No-Equipment Workouts in my Fitness Library
Joel Freeman and Jericho McMatthews created this hard-hitting program that features a unique combination of boxing, kickboxing, and Muay Thai combinations.
Chalene Johnson’s low-impact program is a fusion of Pilates and yoga that will help you get results without weights, without jumps, and without straining your joints.
If dancing is your jam, Shaun T and his crew bring the dance studio to you to teach you professionally choreographed dance workouts in this fat-burning dance program.
Another classic Shaun T program, INSANITY is an advanced high-intensity workout that will get you results — no weights, no equipment required.
Shaun T builds on INSANITY with INSANITY Max :30. It features 150 brand-new moves designed to help you get the most out of a 30-minute sweat session.
6. Country Heat
Autumn’s dance workout is perfect for beginners and anyone who loves to dance to chart-topping country dance music. Dance your way to results in 30 minutes a day for 30 days.
If you love your CDs and mixtapes from the 80s and 90s, you’ll love this dance-based workout with Leandro Carvalho.
Each 30-minute, low-impact workout is perfect for those new to fitness, or those of us just getting back into fitness.
Here are a few easy alternatives to gym equipment that are probably sitting in your house right now.
Note: Just as you would with gym equipment, use common sense and be careful not to hurt yourself or others. I want you to always stay safe!.
Instead of dumbbells:
Use canned goods, water bottles, or gallon-size milk or similar liquid containers. Just make sure the caps are tightly sealed and you can grasp it tightly to stay safe.
Instead of a barre:
Use a sturdy chair that does not move or a kitchen countertop for balance.
Instead of sliders:
Use a towel on smooth flooring or a piece of cardboard on carpet. Paper plates also work well on just about any surface.
Instead of a bench:
Hit the floor for your chest presses. (Throw down a beach towel or a blanket if you need a little extra padding.)
The Bottom Line
There are plenty of no-equipment workout options on Beachbody On Demand to help you work up a sweat while you’re at home.