Chloe Ting’s Workouts Are Buzzing On The Internet—What To Know About The Vlogger |

Chloe Ting’s Workouts Are Buzzing On The Internet—What To Know About The Vlogger

At this point I think we’ve all done about every at-home workout possible. Body weight workouts. Virtual pilates classes. Pelotons (so many Pelotons). YouTube workouts. However, there is one particular YouTube trainer, that I’ve managed to hear about more than all the others: Chloe Ting of the YouTube Channel Chloe’s Addiction. Friends would tell me how difficult her routines were, strangers would post a sweaty post-workout selfie complaining about the Chloe Ting ab routine, while others would vlog their Chloe Ting transformations on YouTube. Naturally, I was influenced (or at least curious). So I tried some of Ting’s free YouTube workouts out for myself.

I started with a short ab circuit, which at first seemed simple enough (no weights, no body bands, no resistance bands), but I soon found it to be pretty damn challenging. I then worked through some Ting-led body weight arm workouts and cardio circuits. Most of them were sneakily difficult (and, especially when it came to the full-body cardio) would end with me drenched in sweat. My fiancé, who usually opts for weight training or long runs, found them challenging, too. I was still left wondering, though, who exactly is Chloe Ting and how did she  and her workouts get so famous?

Who Is Chloe Ting?

Ting is a 30-something trainer from Australia who joined YouTube in 2011 but didn’t start going viral until she started posting workouts on (what else?) TikTok and more and more people started doing her “challenges.” These challenges are often broken down into one or two-week time periods and promise dramatic results. 

Ting now has over 22 million subscribers on YouTube. The most subscribed YouTube channels in the world have between 25 and 152 million subscribers, so that gives you some sense of just how popular the trainer’s workout circuits and series are. What’s maybe more shocking is that within two months, Ting went from 10 million subscribers. to 14.5 million. Needless to say, people are Googling Chloe Ting’s workouts regularly more and more now—likely for the same reasons I did. 

However, it’s important to note that Ting is not a certified professional fitness trainer. It’s best to seek the advice of a licensed professional for your specific fitness needs, especially if you have an injury.

Chloe Ting’s Workouts

Whether or not her series is actually worth it is going to differ from person to person, but I can speak from personal experience. For me, someone who has mainly stuck to cardio interspersed with light dumbbell training for the past seven months, doing workouts that didn’t require any equipment (some you could even do without shoes, probably) was refreshing. I also liked that some of Ting’s more intense workouts offered low-impact alternatives for movements. Some even specified when there was jumping involved or not. If you’re prone to injury or are just getting back into a regular workout routine, this feature is incredibly helpful. 

It’s true that part of Ting’s success may have to do with the trendiness of her workouts (and TikTok), but her training is effective (there are about a billion before-and-after photos out there if you look for them), too. In terms of her program durations, they range from five minutes to more than 20 minutes over one week, two weeks, and entire month programs. If you’re just starting, I suggest beginning with one of Ting’s quicker workouts (this ab workout has over 300 million views for a reason) before moving on to her 30-minute, full-body circuits. Below are the focus areas to choose from, which can be further scaled down to the type of workout (warm-up, strength and tone, HIIT and cardio, or cool down).

  • Arms
  • Bum
  • Core and Abs
  • Legs
  • Upper body
  • Lower body
  • Full body

The bottom line, though, is that Ting’s workouts are also incredibly accessible. They’re free, don’t require fancy workout clothes or equipment (unless you opt for a workout that uses weights or resistance bands), and are often able to be modified depending on skill level. No gym membership required.

Byrdie Tip

Hungry after your workout? Head to Ting’s recipe page where she offers her favorite breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack options that are easy to make at home.


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