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FITWITHIN SparkPoints: (293,946)
Fitness Minutes: (196,494)
Posts: 21,065
11/23/13 11:54 A

Turbo Fire without a doubt.

LADYREDCOMET SparkPoints: (43,098)
Fitness Minutes: (13,022)
Posts: 360
11/23/13 10:25 A

I really like Fitness Blender's videos because there's a huge variety and none of them have any background music, meaning I can use my own playlists.

LOVELESMILLS Posts: 1,599
11/23/13 10:18 A

Zumba or Body Attack and Body Combat

LOVELESMILLS Posts: 1,599
11/23/13 10:17 A

Body Attack and Body Combat

LOVELESMILLS Posts: 1,599
11/23/13 10:17 A

Thanks!

CORRY000 Posts: 30
11/23/13 9:56 A

I'm doing Turbo Fire and the music keeps me going a lot. Sometimes when I don't feel like working out I just pop the DVD in and let the music do its job. It's not low to moderate cardio though. I would say it's pretty high intensity. What about Zumba Wii game?

RENLLY SparkPoints: (26,511)
Fitness Minutes: (10,067)
Posts: 901
11/22/13 12:35 P

I would also be interested in anyone's suggestions. I was going to see what I can find while shopping this weekend. If I come across anything good I will let you know.

SHAYLA3 Posts: 204
11/22/13 11:50 A

Can anyone recommend a workout video other than the Hip Hop one's that have good upbeat music to workout to. I'm basically looking for a medium to low aerobic workout video that doesn't play the same monotone beat in the background. Upbeat music keeps me in a zone. Thanks.

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