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EHERATH
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30 Day Shred Day 5

Monday, November 22, 2010


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  • v NEWLIFENOW7
    Congrats!
    2045 days ago
  • v HEATHER_RUNS
    That's so great that you can get through the whole workout now! Congratulations! emoticon
    2045 days ago
  • v FRUITADDICT
    I was really excited when I got the 30 day shred but my knees started killing me and I had to stop doing it everyday- I run as well but it has never given me knee problems, unless I run over 6 miles. So I have limited my jillian michaels time to maybe once a week and I switch it out with other DVD's like Jackie (I don't remember her last name) but her workouts are great and never give me knee trouble. I have hardly ever had knee trouble with anything I do so it frustrated me that a short workout could hurt so bad. I'm sure it works for alot of people though- good luck
    2045 days ago
  • v FITWITHIN
    emoticon emoticon job on completing 5 days. I've would start the program and will stop by the third day. I going to give it another try. Keep up the good work.
    2045 days ago
  • v VTSKIER805
    I *just* finished the 30-Day Shred this morning! I will tell you that I could not make it through the first 5 or so workouts. But the 25 following workouts I could manage. It was exciting to see my progress! One thing I regret (and I will do this differently when I do the Shred again) is that I automatically did the beginner level without even trying the hard level. By Level 3, I could totally do some of the hard stuff! I bet I could have done it sooner if I had tried.

    Good luck with it! My endurance has increased tons and my muscles are starting to show up. I look pretty good if I do say so myself! Let me know if you need encouragement!
    2045 days ago
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