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KADUFRESNE Posts: 38
2/4/12 12:25 P

I think the DVDs are good too. Good luck on your get fit journey. Keep working, you can do it! Have a great day! Take care.

KADUFRESNE Posts: 38
2/4/12 12:24 P

Thank you so much for the suggestion. I read it over and it pretty well explained how I can figure the calorie burn and such for the DVDs that I am doing. You have a great day! Take care.

ALIASHEALTHNUT SparkPoints: (1,449)
Fitness Minutes: (312)
Posts: 21
2/2/12 4:21 P

I rented the Jane Fonda Prime Time: Trim, Tone & Flex DVD from the library and I thought it was good for beginners and older exercises. I think I will use it on days I don't work out hard at the gym. It will let my body recover but still get me moving !

I am thinking of buying that one and the Spark Boot Camp DVD.

I'm new here, so I can't help you with how to track it here at Spark.

LUANN_IN_PA Posts: 16,660
2/2/12 3:04 P

KADUFRESNE Posts: 38
2/2/12 8:59 A

I was wondering if anyone else uses any of the Jane Fonda exercise DVDs. I have one that I think is really good, and for older people it is just what you need to start out with when doing exercise. Not only is it a good exercise DVD, but it is also closed captioned for those of us who are hearing impaired like I am. The only problem I have with the DVD is that I can't find it when I do a search for exercises on the Fitness Tracker. Does anyone know how I can add it to the search results? Any help you can give me is appreciated. Have a great day!

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