These channels that will excite fitness enthusiasts and fitness newbies alike. From quick fixes to full-length workouts, here are 5 fitness channels you should subscribe to on YouTube.


1. For fitness first-timers: Blogilates

Hosted by Cassey Ho, this channel is definitely one for beginners as Cassey stays enthusiastic and positive throughout her videos even through the toughest moves. Her encouraging spirit will push you to try harder and keep working towards your fitness goals. She also offers healthy recipes and tips on how to eat healthier on her channel.


2. For the fitness fan: BeFit

This channel from Lionsgate offers workouts from fitness celebrities like Jillian Michaels and Jane Fonda from Mondays to Fridays. They also offer many workout plans so that you can start getting committed to your regime. There is also a wide variety of different workouts on this channel ranging from yoga to high intensity interval training to dance cardio — you will never run out of options. 


3. For those who like a challenge: XHIT Daily

XHIT Daily is a no-nonsense channel that gets right to the workout without lengthy introductions. This channel provides subscribers with intense, full-body and target-area workouts that are sure to challenge you. You can also find workouts to look like your favourite celebrity on this channel like The Beyonce Butt Workout and the Adriana Lima Leg Workout. 


4. For body builders: Six Pack Shortcuts 

Mike Chang gives you tips on how to get the best results from your workout. He also offers advice on what to eat to get ripped and how to discipline yourself for that perfect bod. This channel will guide body builders on different ways of using gym equipment to get optimum results. 


5. For the high-achievers: FitnessBlender

Led by husband and wife duo, Daniel and Kelli, this channel offers 1000 calorie workouts that will definitely floor the faint hearted. The best thing about their videos are the timers for each exercise so that you can tell how long each move will take. Another wonderful thing is the calorie counter that lets you know how much you have burned throughout the video.