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Try googling some of the sites that review the titles you would like to try. I do that before purchase and have found them to be a great help in choosing.
Other low/no cost options - most public libraries have videos so you may want to look there. Our Ross often has low-cost videos for working out ($4-$12). Can you exchange videow with friends? What about classes at the local recreation center (also a great way to make friends)? Ours has Zumba, bellydance, water aerobics, etc.
Not with you on the heat - I prefer to run in heat rather than cold! I do check the pollen counts and exercise inside if they are too high.
The only restrictions any of us have in life are those we place on ourselves.
this is for anyone who has Netflix..I was wondering if anyone has checked out any of the fitness videos on Netflix?
I was thinking about trying some of them BUT not sure where to start any suggestions.. I figure doing it through Netflix I can use it till I am board with it and then change it up and with living in the South its WAY to hot outside right now to be out there PLUS with POOR AIR QUALITY and being asthmatic I need something in side...