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Katie Lolas’ top 5 online fitness workouts

Check out Katie Lolas' top 5 online fitness workouts and why she recommends them.

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Katie Lolas is the creator of @MealPrepMVP and @Balance.Bare and she's one of our Finder Fit experts. Her life motto is to create healthy habits, not restrictions.

We asked Katie to share some of her favourite online classes that she's been following to stay fit while staying at home. Check out her top five online workouts and why she recommends them below.

For more online workouts, be sure to check out our online fitness video hub where we've gathered together a number of online workouts from gyms all around the world. If you'd like to follow a full program, take a look at our 50 online fitness programs comparison to see which one best suits your needs.


1. Katie Lolas IGTV Mobility Routine

Instagram: @Lady Lolas

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2. Keep It Cleaner App

Website: Keepitcleaner.com.au


3. Kayla Itsines Sweat App

Website: Sweat.com.au


4. ION Training Live

Facebook: ION Training


5. Youtube Pilates

Website: YouTube.com


Why Katie chose these programs

I choose to do these online programs because they don't perpetuate feelings of guilt. They really encourage me to move more and to feel better.

I'm not going to engage in businesses or online programs that encourage me to burn off Easter, or feel guilty because I've eaten something, or make me feel like I have to exercise because I need to be skinny. I want to engage in programs that are holistic and just make me feel like I want to exercise because it's going to be good for me.

Katie's #1 tip for staying in and staying fit?

Motivation doesn't just happen. Motivation comes as a result of doing. Even if it's painful and awful, and sometimes I set my alarm in another room so I have to get up out of bed to turn the alarm off, and by then I'm like, "Fine, I'm up, I'll get out, I'll do my walk."

Or, I'll do my little workout session, so by the end of it I'm like, "Aww, I can do this, this feels good." And the more that I do, the more I realise I can keep going. So I think action really does equal motivation here.


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