YouTube has built a large audience base due to its virtually endless library of video content. Whether you are looking to start a new fitness routine, need help studying or you want to indulge in lifestyle content, YouTube has a video for you.
Here are some channels that should be on the top of your to-watch list during quarantine.
POPSUGAR Fitness has hundreds of at-home workout videos that are perfect for people who are trying to stay fit while gyms are closed. This channel has all types of classes that include cardio dance workouts, full body workouts and no equipment workouts. Many of the videos require little to no equipment, which is ideal for people who do not have access to weights.
With 18.2 million subscribers, Tasty is the go-to YouTube channel for all types of cooking and baking content. Their videos feature recipes, cookware, famous chefs and much more.
Many people are taking advantage of their free time at home to fine tune their cooking skills. This channel will provide you with the perfect platform to be entertained by while also learning unique recipes that take a modern spin on traditional recipes. Additionally, you can shop the Tasty Kitchenware line at Walmart to upgrade your cooking experience.
This channel is a great recommendation for anyone having trouble adjusting to studying and completing online school work at home. Jamie, the owner of the channel, uses the pomodoro technique to help viewers use their time wisely. This technique works by having you choose a task to get done, set a timer for 25 minutes and begin working on the task. Finally, once the timer goes off, you take a five minute break.
Danielle Carolan is a student at the University of Georgia. Her channel consists of “week in my life” vlogs, school tips, health and lifestyle videos, try-on hauls and a lot of other lifestyle content. She is currently home from college and quarantining with her family, and she is sharing with her viewers how to stay productive during quarantine, her morning routine and how her online classes are going. Danielle is a great lifestyle YouTuber who always has upbeat, positive content that will allow you to make the most of your time.
Danielle also has a podcast called “Gals on the Go” that she co-hosts with fellow YouTuber and former Georgia Bulldog, Brooke Miccio. The podcast can be listened to on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. The episodes tend to be an hour long and are great to listen to while on a walk or while doing chores around the house.
Yoga with Adriene is a very popular channel that has amassed a YouTube following of over six million. Her videos cater to people of all levels and provide free access to a wide array of yoga videos, including those for weight loss, pilates, total body and relaxation. Yoga is a great way to relieve the stress and anxiety people are feeling during the pandemic.
Thumbnail photo courtesy of Facebook @Tasty.
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