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Need Suggestions for Workout programs

Monday, December 10, 2012

I think I need to do something new. Getting sick, the change in the weather, less sunlight, etc... has really depleted my motivation. I'm looking into starting something like Turbofire. I need something all worked out for me, and DVDs seem to be an easy way to go. I think today I'll look into our Kinect game. It's called UFC something and I think it's a similar type of program. I just need my kids to help me figure it out, being a game and not a DVD.

I'd like suggestions of what programs my Spark Friends like. Let me know if your suggestion can be adapted to low impact. I enjoy Zumba, Jazzercise, and Tae Kwon Do moves, so I'm open to trying different programs.

Please, please give me your suggestions!!!
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MUSICMOMOF2 12/10/2012 2:36PM

    You know that I love Chalene! Turbo Jam, Turbo Fire, ChaLEAN Extreme (yes, I have them all). They all come with a schedule that you can follow, which I love. It's nice knowing what my next workout is going to be without having to think about it. Yoga Booty Ballet is also a nice series (a little less impact). I hope that you find something that fits for you!

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NIKKICOLE83 12/10/2012 2:29PM

    I like the Dance Central game on Kinect. They have over 40 something songs and they range in difficulty and you can pick whether you want it Easy, Medium, or Difficult. It is fun and you get to dance!

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SEESKO 12/10/2012 1:57PM

    I really like p90x...although, I know everyone does not like lifting. Have you ever tired turbo jam. It fits with the type of exercising you like.

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