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Be ready to tri year-round with the help of these free, online workouts!

Don’t let anything stand in your way from making progress towards your triathlon goals this year. Working out from home may not be your favorite thing to do, but these workouts make it fun and challenging! Change the way you feel about working out at home with these free, online workout videos that will keep you in shape and ready to tri at all times.

9 Free Workout Channels on YouTube

HASFit

More than 1,000 workouts await on this YouTube channel, but don’t let the number of options overwhelm you. With this many options, you’ll find the exact workout you’ve been looking for to meet your needs with these super informative, online workouts.

Yoga with Adriene

Austin local, Adriene Mishler, took the world by storm with her free yoga YouTube channel for viewers of all skill levels. You’ll find the right workout to meet your fitness goals and hopefully be inspire you to continue your yoga journey.

BeFit

Featuring everything from injury recovery workouts to free, six-week training programs, this one-stop-shop for fitness aims to meet the needs of every athlete.

Adam Rosante

Though Rosante’s workouts are only 5 to 20 minutes, they pack a big punch of intensity. The fitness coach and author of number-one bestseller The 30-Second Body offers equipment-free workouts you can do in even the smallest studio apartment.

Bodybuilding.com

Though some of the videos require gym equipment or weights, many of the moves can be performed with minimal equipment. Along with detailed instructions on the correct way to perform each move, this channel is almost the same as having a personal trainer at the gym.

The Fitness Marshall

Not in the mood for a workout? Then you might as well dance! In this series from fitness guru, Caleb Marshall, cardio meets dance party for a fun way to break a sweat.

StudioSWEAT on Demand

This online fitness studio offers a variety of free fitness classes via YouTube. They also include a handful of solid spin classes to bring some structure to your trainer time.

Train with GCN

The Global Cycling Network offers almost 50 online spin workouts in its “Train with GCN” series – everything from 20-minute progressive efforts to 60-minute endurance intervals.

PopSugar Fitness

This popular YouTube channel is divided up into categories so you can find just what you’re looking for. They offer just about everything, including workouts for beginners, vigorous high-intensity interval training (HIIT) videos, and targeted workouts for your abs and glutes.

These free online workouts are a great way to switch up your Rookie Tri training routine for something different and fun. The best thing about online workouts is you can make them work with your schedule. Take advantage of any free time you have to give these free workouts a try!

17th Annual Rookie Triathlon Goes Virtual

We know how hard all of our participants have trained for the Rookie Tri and we think your efforts still deserve some acknowledgment and praise. It’s time to finish what you started and show off your skills by completing the Free 2020 Virtual Rookie Triathlon. This event is open to the public so be sure to challenge your friends and family to join you!

Completing a virtual triathlon is great motivation to accomplish your fitness goals and commit to healthy living habits! And, besides feeling good about yourself, you will also receive a downloadable personalized bib, finisher certificate, and digital finisher medal. We are also giving away Under Armour socks to all finishers! (while supplies last).

Participants will complete the 300-meter swim (or 1-mile run), 11-mile bike, and 2-mile run using their watch or a smartphone app.

Registration is open for the Free 2020 Virtual Rookie Triathlon from April 8th through May 3rd. You can submit your results through May 7th. The official results page with finisher certificates will be updated on April 13th, April 27th, and May 8th.

Custom Bib, Finisher Certificate & Digital Finisher Medal!

How to Participate

With this virtual tri, you can do it all at once or can complete each segment of the triathlon on your own schedule. For example, you can do part of the swim on Monday, part of the run on Wednesday and part of the bike on Friday. You can do each part in a location and time that’s convenient for you. Even if you weren’t planning on joining us for Rookie Tri, now is the chance to put yourself to the test at the pace you’re comfortable with.

  1. Register for the event. Keeping with the theme of The Rookie there are divisions for each. The Rookie Division is for those new to the sport and Veterans are those who have completed 2 or more triathlons.
  2. Personalize & Download Your Bib.
  3. Document your journey with a before and after photo. Optional but totally encouraged!
  4. Swim (Run), Bike & Run! Complete the 300-meter swim, 11-mile bike, and 2-mile run. If you are unable to swim, make it a Duathlon of 1-mile run, 11-mile bike and 2-mile run.
  5. Keep track of your time with your watch or a smartphone app like MapMyFitness. Complete your distances indoors or outdoors during the time frame.
  6. Post your results before May 7, 2020, to the link in your confirmation email.
  7. Connect with us on Social! Tag your photos on Instagram & Twitter with #RookieTriVirtual