Free workouts and fitness routines provided by Fitstream. Find the perfect workout plan for your fitness goals, from building muscle to developing strength and power. Our workout programs range from beginner through to elite level training and are suitable for home or gym workouts.

These workouts are tried and tested by the Fitstream athletes and designed for fitness and functional performance.

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Beginner Weight Training Program

An entry level weight training program designed to build muscle and strength for beginners... Read More

Sep 21 2013
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Circuit Training Workout One

The first circuit training workout from Fitstream - designed to increase strength and muscular endurance whilst enhancing fat loss... Read More

Apr 23 2012
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Beginner Sandbag Workout

Try your hand at some unwieldy object training using our beginner's guide to sandbag workouts. The sandbag is an often overlooked tool that can be used to build a high-level of strength and conditioning... Read More

Mar 05 2012
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Weighted Vest Workout - Minimal Equipment

Try this weight vest workout to accelerate fat loss and build total body strength and power. It's perfect for training anywhere with minimal equipment... Read More

Jan 29 2012
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Beginner Kettlebell Workout

Kettlebell focused workout for beginners to learn the fundamental kettlebell movements and exercises. The starting point for anyone wanting to develop the basics for effective kettlebell training... Read More

Jan 07 2012
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Beginner Bodyweight Workout

Bodyweight workout for beginners to learn fundamental strength exercises. The starting point for anyone wanting to develop the basics for effective strength training and build a lean physique... Read More

Oct 15 2011

Workout guide

See our general guide to fitness training and workouts to get the most from your training whilst staying injury free.

Warm up

Prior to exercise, make sure you warm up thoroughly to protect against injury and prepare yourself for the workout. Warm up for 8 to 10 minutes trying to include some similar movements that make up the workout and keep the intensity low to moderate without leaving you fatigued. Before starting the main workout, include some light stretching to prepare the muscles and release tightness.

Resistance training guide

When training with additional resistance make sure that you:

Workout tips

What makes a good workout...


Always consult your GP before undertaking any form of weight loss, fitness or exercise.