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Now that the holidays are creeping around the corner, you may have to break up with your regularly scheduled sweat sessions, at least temporarily. And though the most wonderful time of the year may interfere with your fave spin class or butt-kicking bootcamp routine, it’s completely possible to stay fit—all you need is an Internet connection and a little living room space. (OK, and maybe a few props here and there.) And it’s all thanks to these seriously excellent, totally free YouTube videos. We’ve rounded up the best full-length workouts—we’re talking everything from traditional aerobics to ballet to high-intensity interval training routines—so you can keep your physique in tip-top shape this season and beyond. Strength and Conditioning 1. The queen of lean, Jillian Michaels brings her tough training to YouTube. 2. 7-Minute Workout: Full-Body, Fat-Burning Cardio This video is proof positive that you don’t need to hit the gym—or have a ton of time or space—for a truly killer workout. 3.

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