Fitness Minutes: (13,947)
8/18/13 6:50 A
8/17/13 8:44 P
Fitness Blender! Go to their Youtube channel, or even better, go to their website. There you can sort workouts according to what you like or want at the time. You can sort by type of workout, duration, body area, difficulty, and so forth.
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58 8/17/13 8:05 P
YouTubers are great fans of Denise Austin workout videos, and it's not only for the fitness benefits! There are hundreds of Denise Austin clips on YouTube and the comment section is fantastic with all of the sexually explicit things that people would like to do with her. In a Washington DC newspaper story, someone asked Denise in April of 2007 if she knew she was the object of so much perversion on YouTube. She said she was totally unaware. She also reportedly said (with a giggle) that she was worried about it. I wonder if she has ever read any of the comments and giggled.
Zuzka Light has about 54 workouts available. She adds a new one every thursday. Also Bodyrock.TV is on youtube. You can also just enter the kind of exercise you want and lots of hits will be displayed.
I am loving the BeFit Channel. They have a 90 Day workout, and followed it up with a 2nd, harder one I haven't done yet. They also have two 30 day programs, one butt, one abs, that I like the workouts for, and lots of other stuff. I've been doing some Denise Austin workouts off of there that aren't bad. I love my PS3 YouTube App!
I am 5'4". Starting Weight (4.6.11) 164.6 First Goal 130 - Reached September 2011 Currently maintaining under 120 and working on changing my mental image of myself!
Fitness Minutes: (118,966)
2/3/13 10:01 P
all of Zuzana Light's workouts are in real time.
Also check out myomytv.com
"Sometimes the moments that challenge us the most, define us." - Deena Kastor
Fitness Minutes: (14,252)
9,690 2/3/13 9:11 P
Okay, I've recently discovered that I have a wireless miracle in my living room. ;) We have a PS3, and there's a free YouTube app! Which means, who needs DVDs? I've got all of YouTube!
So, I need some recommendations. Yoga, cardio, etc. Strength is a possibility, but I'm looking for actual strength training, not that light-weigh high-rep nonsense. I do most of my strength training at the gym, so videos aren't as helpful for me.
So what are your favorite videos? I'm looking for stuff from 20-30 minutes or up, where they walk you through the workout. I like the ones that give you workouts and demos, but I'm looking for an actual workout to follow. I'm not against shorter ones, either; but that's what I'm mainly looking for. The less jumping the better... it's not that I can't do the jumping, I just have a small space to work in and poor flooring, so everything shakes!
Also looking for either no equipment, or resistance bands. I do have some barbells with 20 lbs on them, (two 10 lb weights.) I like the bodyrock.tv ones, but they're rarely walkthroughs, just demos (Unless I'm just not looking at the right ones) and half t he time have sandbacks or that weird rack thing.
So, what's your favorite YouTube workout?
Edited by: DRAGONCHILDE at: 2/3/2013 (21:17)
Heather Writer, mother, wife, and breadwinner. I love to run, but running doesn't love me, so I'm switching to my low-impact bike.
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