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Research Guides

Mindfulness, Meditation, and Wellness

A guide that outlines various sources in the areas of mindfulness, meditation, and stress management.

Movement and Fitness

  • U of T Fitness & Performance: Follow them on Instagram to join a cardio dance party or follow along with a daily workout routine. They also post quick, nutritious meals!
  • Fitness Blender: Access hundreds of free workout videos for all difficulty levels. You can also read articles and explore healthy recipes!
  • UTSC Athletics: Explore their website for fitness tips and register for programs
  • MoveU: MoveU inspires you to take a break from your books and get active in all kinds of fun (and free!) ways on campus.
  • U of T Athletics: Sport & Rec offers sport and physical activity programs to the University of Toronto community. Our dynamic range of programs will help you get active in whatever way works best for your body, no matter your skill level or history of participation.
  • UTM Athletics: Please check back here for updates on the reopening of the RAWC.  If you would like more information regarding the safe and gradual return to campus this fall, see U of T News and Utogether2020.  Check the Virtual Programs webpage for programming. 

Classes on YouTube

Missing your favourite gym or fitness studio? Check their websites and social media accounts as it is likely that they may be offering some online content or classes for free! Here is a small selection of youtube videos that may be useful too. 

  • Nike Training Club: Download this app for iOS or Android to have a personal, targeted training program in your pocket, no matter your fitness level.
  • Fitness Blender - Fitness Blender is a popular YouTube channel featuring over 600 workouts that can be searched by length, difficulty, training type, calories burned and muscle group.
  • Do Yoga With Me - Yoga videos for a variety of levels