8 Websites to Find Fast Superhero Workouts

Working out regularly is great – it’s good for your body, it’s good for your mind, and it’s good for your spirit. But finding the time to get a workout in can be tough. Luckily, you don’t need to carve out hours of time every day to get fit! These websites will help you get a great workout on the double.

1. Darebee.

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Not only does Darebee provide free workouts, but it also provides superhero-themed workouts. What more could you ask for? With hundreds of workouts targeting cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength, flexibility, and more, you won’t need to spend more than a couple of minutes on Darebee to find a great workout that you’re excited to do. And because each set is short, you can spend as much – or as little – time as you want working out.

2. 7-Min.com.

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The seven-minute workout might sound insane, but there’s no denying that it’ll get your heart rate up and your muscles working in no time. This website provides a timer and instructions for you to do your own seven-minute workout, no matter where you are. It also has a link to the official app, so you can work out even if you’re away from your computer.

3. Men’s Fitness / Women’s Health.

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Both Men’s Fitness and Women’s Health have a “quick workouts” section you can bookmark to see all of their latest workouts, from a quick bedroom crunch session to an on-the-go cardio workout in your hotel room. While both magazines focus on what they think their audience will like, you can get good workouts from both, regardless of your gender.

4. Fitness Magazine.

fitness-mag
Image via Fitness Magazine

Like Men’s Fitness and Women’s Health, Fitness Magazine also has a section full of quick workouts. While these are generally targeted at women, they’re awesome workouts for anybody, and they’re all designed to be 20 minutes or less – short enough to do before you take a shower in the morning!

5. Spartan.com.

spartan
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The team behind the Spartan race series posted seven workouts that focus on different areas of athleticism, and each can be done fairly quickly. The site recommends doing a lot of sets, but just do as many as you have time for and you’ll get your heart racing. Also, you can sign up to receive free daily workouts in your inbox!

6. Greatist Workout of the Day

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The fitness experts at Bodeefit designed a bunch of workouts for Greatist. A new workout is posted every day, so this is a great place to find workouts if you get bored without a lot of variety. There’s a wide variety of activities here, from full-body exercises to ab workouts. Tabata Tuesdays are great for extra-quick workouts, as they only take 12 minutes.

7. WOD Drive

wod-drive
Image via WOD Drive

The Workout of the Day is an important concept in CrossFit training, and there are plenty of tools out there to help get you in CrossFit shape – but WOD Drive is one of the best, with over 9,000 unique workouts. All you need to do is pick a category and you’ll get a workout. They even have a commercial gym workout generator for us mere mortals who aren’t into CrossFit.

8. Pinterest.

pinterest
Image via Pinterest

If you’ve never used Pinterest to find workout ideas, you’re missing out. With the vast amount of health and fitness pins available, just typing in “workouts” and another keyword or two (like “bodyweight” or “quick”) will get you thousands of results. If you only go to one site for quick workouts, make it Pinterest.

No More Excuses

With these eight websites, you can quickly find a workout that fits your priorities and schedule. “I don’t have time” isn’t an acceptable excuse for not working out anymore! From 5-minute blasts to 60-minute training sessions, you can now find the perfect workout with ease.

Where do you find your workouts? Do you have any other useful sites to add to the list above? Share your favorites below!

Written by Dann Albright

Working out regularly is great – it’s good for your body, it’s good for your mind, and it’s good for your spirit. But finding the time to get a workout in can be tough. Luckily, you don’t need to carve out hours of time every day to get fit! These websites will help you get a great workout on the double.

1. Darebee.

Image via Darebee

Not only does Darebee provide free workouts, but it also provides superhero-themed workouts. What more could you ask for? With hundreds of workouts targeting cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength, flexibility, and more, you won’t need to spend more than a couple of minutes on Darebee to find a great workout that you’re excited to do. And because each set is short, you can spend as much – or as little – time as you want working out.

2. 7-Min.com.

7-min
Image via 7-Min

The seven-minute workout might sound insane, but there’s no denying that it’ll get your heart rate up and your muscles working in no time. This website provides a timer and instructions for you to do your own seven-minute workout, no matter where you are. It also has a link to the official app, so you can work out even if you’re away from your computer.

3. Men’s Fitness / Women’s Health.

womens-health
Image via Women’s Health

Both Men’s Fitness and Women’s Health have a “quick workouts” section you can bookmark to see all of their latest workouts, from a quick bedroom crunch session to an on-the-go cardio workout in your hotel room. While both magazines focus on what they think their audience will like, you can get good workouts from both, regardless of your gender.

4. Fitness Magazine.

fitness-mag
Image via Fitness Magazine

Like Men’s Fitness and Women’s Health, Fitness Magazine also has a section full of quick workouts. While these are generally targeted at women, they’re awesome workouts for anybody, and they’re all designed to be 20 minutes or less – short enough to do before you take a shower in the morning!

5. Spartan.com.

spartan
Image via Spartan

The team behind the Spartan race series posted seven workouts that focus on different areas of athleticism, and each can be done fairly quickly. The site recommends doing a lot of sets, but just do as many as you have time for and you’ll get your heart racing. Also, you can sign up to receive free daily workouts in your inbox!

6. Greatist Workout of the Day

greatist
Image via Greatist

The fitness experts at Bodeefit designed a bunch of workouts for Greatist. A new workout is posted every day, so this is a great place to find workouts if you get bored without a lot of variety. There’s a wide variety of activities here, from full-body exercises to ab workouts. Tabata Tuesdays are great for extra-quick workouts, as they only take 12 minutes.

7. WOD Drive

wod-drive
Image via WOD Drive

The Workout of the Day is an important concept in CrossFit training, and there are plenty of tools out there to help get you in CrossFit shape – but WOD Drive is one of the best, with over 9,000 unique workouts. All you need to do is pick a category and you’ll get a workout. They even have a commercial gym workout generator for us mere mortals who aren’t into CrossFit.

8. Pinterest.

pinterest
Image via Pinterest

If you’ve never used Pinterest to find workout ideas, you’re missing out. With the vast amount of health and fitness pins available, just typing in “workouts” and another keyword or two (like “bodyweight” or “quick”) will get you thousands of results. If you only go to one site for quick workouts, make it Pinterest.

No More Excuses

With these eight websites, you can quickly find a workout that fits your priorities and schedule. “I don’t have time” isn’t an acceptable excuse for not working out anymore! From 5-minute blasts to 60-minute training sessions, you can now find the perfect workout with ease.

Where do you find your workouts? Do you have any other useful sites to add to the list above? Share your favorites below!

Written by Dann Albright

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