If there is a Half Price Books or other used bookstore/video store, that is a great place to get really cheap workout videos. Often they are still in the cellophane! People get enthusiastic and buy a bunch of videos and then they never use them.
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Youtube is my favorite also. I love the Befit channel. Sparkpeople has a channel too!
nerdfitness.com fitnessblender.com sweatybetties.com blogilates.com (and on YouTube) BeFit Channel on YouTube
Your local library can also be a great resource for videos. Ours charges $.75 per DVD for a week, but that's not too bad. Yours might be free.
Edited by: JENMC14 at: 4/8/2013 (14:23)
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I, too, work out at home due to the expense of a gym. If you can afford to you might want to go on Amazon to purchase some used (or new) videos. Purchase a few and switch. I like Ripped by Jillian Michaels which gives you 3 or 4 levels of different workouts (I am on Level 2). I am pretty sure if you go to You Tube you might find some full workouts. You can always google free workouts and you will may find some. Good luck!
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Can anybody recommend any fitness and workout websites that I can use to work out at home? I am missing the gym, but can no longer afford it so I'd prefer something free. Yes, I have used the videos on this site.
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