Planet Fitness wants to help keep teens healthy this summer. So, they’re bringing back its High School Summer Pass Program for its third year. They will allow teens to work out in its gyms for free.

Starting May 15th through Aug. 31, teens between the ages of 14 to 19 can work out for free all summer. This includes any of the 2,400 Planet Fitness locations in the U.S. and Canada.

Eligible teens can visit Planet Fitness’ website to register for the program, which will allow them access to the gyms. Teens under the age of 18 in the U.S. and 19 in Canada will have to register with a guardian either online or at one of its locations.

According to Planet Fitness’ website, teens who register can help win a grant for their school and participate in a video contest for a chance to win a scholarship. Ten lucky students who submit their videos via TikTok will win $10,000.

Fitness for children and adolescents ages 5 to 17 years old should get an average of 60 minutes per day of moderate to vigorous intensity physical activity says the World Health Organization (WHO).

6 Equipment-Free Workouts You Can Do Today

We’ve all used the excuse of not having the right equipment to do a workout. Well, that isn’t the case anymore, since there is a plethora of workouts out there to target what it is you want to work out, without any need of fancy equipment or any equipment at all! All you need is yourself and a good attitude.

Below, we’ve found the six best workouts for every skill level and type of workout you could possibly want to do.

  • 20 Minute Low Impact Full Body HIIT Workout -- Apartment Friendly

    This 20-minute full body routine is also apartment friendly, meaning there is no jumping involved in the workout in case you have downstairs neighbors or have a sleeping baby in a nearby room.

  • 20 Minute Full Body Workout -- Outdoors

    These workouts can be done indoor or outdoor, but just note that there will be jumping involved. In this video, Darryl Williams will show you how an effective workout doesn’t require a gym membership.

    This follow-along workout will include the following exercises: Jumping jacks to start the workout and warm the body up, steam engines to get the core warmed up as well, squats, burpees, supermans, which is a great back exercise, planks, rest breaks, imaginary jump ropes, calf raises, arm circles to get those shoulders burning, ankle taps, glute bridges, push ups, toe touches, mountain climbers, side planks, raise the roofs, and flutter kicks.

  • 10 Minute Cardio

    In this video, you will be doing 10 minutes of nonstop, fast-pace cardio using five different types of exercises for 45 seconds on, 15 seconds off of: jumping jacks, mountain climbers, box jumps and burpees, some footwork and ice-skaters.

  • 20 Minute Full Body Workout -- Beginner

    Pamela Reif What made a beginner friendly workout using basic movements that are not too complicated or hard to perform. The workout sequences repeat, giving you a chance to get used to the movements and get a better feeling for them.

  • 30 Minute Full Body Crusher Workout -- Advanced

    In this video, you will be doing 30 exercises in 30 minutes, with 10 seconds of rest in between exercises. What’s great about this video is that it is easy to follow, as there is a preview window of what exercise is next during your rest time.

    This is the full list of exercises below:

    Warm Up

    Air Squats
    Jumping Jacks
    Dead Bugs
    Lunge Stretch
    Half Burpees

    Lower Body

    Jumping Squats
    Squat Pulses
    Wall Sit
    Glute Bridge Right Leg
    Glute Bridge Legt Leg
    Reverse Lunges
    Star Jumps

    Upper Body

    Pike Push Ups
    Pike Push Up Hold
    Hand Release Push Ups
    Low Push Up Hold
    Shoulder Taps
    Diamond Push Ups
    Back Extensions
    Superman Hold


    Low Plank Climbers
    One Leg Plank Right Leg
    One Leg Plank Left Leg
    Side Plank Left Side
    Side Plank Right Side
    Bicycle Crunches
    Leg Raises
    Hollow Hold

  • 20 Minute Core/Ab Workout

    This core-focused workout by YouTube channel MadFit is 45 seconds on, 15 seconds off of constant movement with 20 different ab exercises.