Ease into your workout routine with these free 30-day yoga challenges

They say it only takes 21 days to form a habit. If you’re still in that fitness slump, then a fun challenge might help you ease into a regular workout routine. But just like any other workout, warming up is necessary. Nobody likes doing burpees straight away. That’s a recipe for a blackout.

Here are three 30-day at-home yoga challenges you can do to help you beat that energy gap. A little note: if you’re not familiar with basic yoga poses, take it slow and listen to the video instructions. The most important thing is to listen to your body. After all, you’re doing this for you.

Once you complete these programs, you’ll be well-stretched out and ready for the year’s other physical challenges.

Yoga with Adriene

If you’ve been on YouTube for a while now, you’ve probably encountered Adriene Mishler’s videos in your suggested videos feed. She’s already made three 30-day yoga challenges on her channel, and tbh, that’s enough to last us for three months. Her mantra “Find what feels good” is a good reminder that everyone’s fitness journey is different and there’s nothing wrong with not being able to reach your toes right away. Plus, her resemblance to Leighton Meester is uncanny, which makes things extra interesting.

Start here.

Fightmaster Yoga

Nope, this isn’t a cross between martial arts and yoga. Fightmaster Yoga’s current 30-day program is designed to help us smile more and connect with our surroundings. It’s not called Hatha Yoga Happiness for nothing. Each day, she assigns challenges that can be done to enforce a little positivity in our lives. Her class flows a little faster than the rest so be sure to prepare yourself mentally for that.

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Do You Yoga

 Yoga classes tend to last for about 30 to 40 minutes, and if you’re in a rush every morning, that might not be ideal. Do You Yoga teaches shorter classes without sacrificing meditation and flow. They focus on certain areas of the body, which will really help you be mindful of where you are in your journey. So the next time you do yoga, you’re a little bit stretched and more knowledgeable of your own body.

Start here.


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