Here are five links:
Yoga Journal. This magazine is available in print format, but they also have a nice online site where they post articles. They have an especially nice yoga pose gallery and you can even put together a sequence of poses using their practice creator.
About.com’s Fitness page, written by Paige Waehner, is well done and useful. There are workouts for everyone from beginners to advanced. Paige’s exercise guides are not faddish–they’re straightforward, well-researched workouts. While it may lack the razzle-dazzle quality of some of the inevitable As-Seen-On-TV type new year’s exercise programs, Paige’s advice is grounded in sports medicine. She has useful guides for using exercise in conjunction with medical treatments for issues such as depression or medically advised weightloss diets.
Netflix and Amazon. Yes, Netflix and Amazon. Many people decide to add fitness to their lives as part of a New Year’s resolution. In these economic times, many folks may also have added ‘spend less money’ to their resolutions. Both Netflix and Amazon have fitness workouts in their ‘free for members’ streaming video libraries. This is an easy way to try before you buy.