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DIDS70
Posts: 5,070
2/18/12 10:44 P

Love love love bodyrock.tv. Though I am not even close to her level, there is so much support from them and other people on line, it is easy enough to come up with modifications. I know that I will kick butt on the next fit test which I take monday.



BRENDARK
Posts: 634
12/30/11 11:55 P

I just re-found bodyrock.tv (my hubby showed me earlier)... woah... addicting. Now if I could actually do the workout, that'd be different. :D



REDSHOES2011
SparkPoints: (35,936)
Fitness Minutes: (66,181)
Posts: 7,159
9/26/11 6:47 A

She is a extremely fit woman and makes almost anything look easy..
www.youtube.com/user/charliejames1975#p/se
arch

Fitness - workout for absolute beginners. There are 6 videos in this series..
www.youtube.com/watch?v=08GvCfKGukY&featur
e=channel_video_title




JINXSTORM
Posts: 6,719
9/24/11 10:21 P

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BARK1992
SparkPoints: (1,080)
Fitness Minutes: (1,310)
Posts: 5
9/24/11 4:01 P

I love body rock! Personally, I started trying to do her workouts

all workouts- then change the date to descending, then click 'previous' a few times. All of her workouts are amazing! If you are just starting out, I would start with the older ones, because that's where she started!

Have fun body rockin!



SLYSAM
SparkPoints: (38,316)
Fitness Minutes: (96,819)
Posts: 1,471
9/24/11 1:23 P

Did you notice she has a section for beginners? That might be a good place to look. Also, most of her workouts tend to be timed--i.e. do as many as you can in x time so you can really start where you are in terms of fitness. I would warm up before doing one of her workouts though and cool down after. I think there is some information about planning a good warmup and cooldown on this site if you look in the articles section. Also she might have some tips in her beginner section as there are a few articles, I don't recall all the topics.



HENFRILANGY1
SparkPoints: (0)
Fitness Minutes: (1,505)
Posts: 8
9/24/11 12:56 P

Just wondering where do we begin? I am just starting a fitness program of uncoventional/functional workouts...I watch the BR videos and wonder where do I start. I know warm ups and cool downs are important and don't seem to know where to start.

Any suggestions?

Thanks,

Hen



 
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