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11/14/12 12:43 P

Leslie Sansone

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11/14/12 12:42 P

BBX Hardcore 90, Insanity, Asylum, Kettlebell Kickboxing. If you are just starting out: Jillian Michaels kickboxing. Her yoga, fat burning and shred are all good too.

You said you have Cox Cable. Check out the workout/fitness section in the On Demand section. I haven't looked in a couple of months, but they used to have a pretty good selection to get you started or for a change up.

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11/14/12 10:04 A

Jessica Smith's youtube channel is awesome!!!

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11/14/12 9:07 A

I like the 12 minute workouts. So I do a lot of ZWOW's on youtube or they have workouts that you can do with them, but I find that i do much better when I just write down the exercises and do my own thing. But the ZWOW's are great and she will take you through the whole thing. She will also give hints now and then where to modify.

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11/13/12 7:00 P

I've done everything from 10-minute solution videos to Jillian to now ChaLEAN extreme! Definitely the biggest investment I've made, but I love it.

It all depends on what you are looking for though. Some have more plyo (jump moves) than others than you won't like if you have weak knees.

But definitely great suggestions here!

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11/13/12 5:54 P

I have On Demand with Cox, so I think that is Comcast..what channel is this "Kendra" on?

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11/13/12 2:42 P

I do not know if anyone has Comcast, but if you do go to On Demand. There are tons of workout videos on there with all levels. That is what I use. There is a woman on there that is awesome and keeps you motivated the whole way through. Unfortunately I cannot think of her name. I will come back and post tomorrow. I plan on doing a new workout tonight. (Her name is Kendra.) She is the best I have found on Comcast. This is all I have been doing thus far; in addition, to incorporating more strength training to build that muscle I lost.

Edited by: P_WRIGHT2009 at: 11/13/2012 (14:56)

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11/13/12 2:07 P

Im a huge fan of Richard Simmons and Denise Austin. I love their "cheerleader" personalities they are so funny too. I also like yoga booty ballet I have to get those from my local libarary since I cant find them anyplace but those workouts make me sweat buckets.

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11/13/12 12:01 P

I started off with JM's dvds but Beachbody dvd's kick it up a few notches! Turbofire, Insanity, P90X, depends on what your goals are.
Message me if you'd like more info :)

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11/13/12 9:41 A

I love any of the Jillian Michaels's DVDs, especially her new body revolution set. I also love Leslie Sandstone's walk away the pounds, Zumba, Insanity, and Brazilian butt. All are very great workouts!

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11/13/12 9:32 A

I love the Turbo Jam workouts! You can adjust the workouts to your level, and they're fun to do.

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11/12/12 9:06 P

I suggest actually looking at a clip of a DVD at a website such as -- or on an informercial ... or borrowed from a friend ... before you invest a lot of money. Another thing you can do is check some of them out from the public library. Many libraries have some DVD's you can try for free.

People have very different tastes. Personally, I really don't like Jillian Michaels' style at all -- but I know others that love her stuff. I prefer DVD's that have a more "fun" quality to them, such as:

1. Zumba
2. Turbo Jam or Turbo Fire
3. Leslie Sansone in-home walking DVD's
4. Melt it Off with Mitch
5. Hip Hop Abs

I try some others ... but I keep coming back to the ones above.

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11/12/12 8:53 P

Jillian Michaels 30 Day Shred is a great one to try out if you're just getting started. :)

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11/12/12 8:13 P

Do you have some favorite's ya'll could recommend?

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