Cardio, Yoga, Dancing — These 5 YouTube Workouts Will Get the Whole Family Moving
Playing into your kid's Disney obsession could be the key to getting them excited about fitness. Or maybe they're animal or nature lovers — with YouTube, there are plenty of themed kid-friendly fitness videos that'll drive your little ones to get active.
The whole family can get involved, too. Bonding over games that promote cardio fitness or partaking in a guided dance party is great for everyone's mental and physical health.
Even better, you don't have to pay a dime or do any planning — just keep the following family workout YouTube videos saved in your bookmarks for when everyone could use a soothing yoga break or some endorphin-inducing self-care.
Have a Blast With This Family Fun Cardio Workout With PopSugar
ACE-certified personal trainer Anna Renderer makes this cardio workout feel like a set of games and challenges, with fun moves like frog jumps and hopscotch. All you need is 15 minutes to get the whole crew up and moving.
Yoga For Kids With Alissa Kepas of Alo Yoga
If you're interested in teaching your kids about yoga, look no further than this tutorial by yogi and school teacher Alissa Kepas. Her method is to use animal and nature-based poses and exercises — along with some interactive sound effects, too — to keep your child engaged, learning, and having fun.
Disney Mix Family-Friendly Fitness At-Home Workout With Up to the Beat
Turn your living room into a dance party, thanks to fitness guru Gina Buber of Up to the Beat. Your kids won't realize they're getting in a great workout — and burning off some energy (you're welcome!) — as they groove along to some of Disney's top hits.
“The Lion King” Get Moving With Disney Family
With the help of everyone's favorite The Lion King characters and LA-based fitness and dance instructor Miz Shawna, your kids can stretch it out, work on their balance, and complete some simple and easy bodyweight moves.
Yoga For Kids With Storyhive
This family-fun introduction to yoga led by Sophia Khan is great for kids of all ages — and parents will want to get in on the flow, too. Follow along through a warmup, breathing and pose exercises, and a relaxing cooldown that'll all take just 25 minutes.