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KEIAHNAM
3/5/08


Yes, I like writing fitness DVD/VHS reviews! Something about doing a good workout makes me want to share that with everyone (violins playing). I know other people like to write reviews too, but they think "I don't know how to write a review" or "I'm not good at writing reviews".

So, let's ASK the publc (our team) what they want in a review! I will post my ideas, and if people come up with other ideas we will put them in this sticky.

Obviously, your unbiased opinion should be included, but there are some other notes that can be addressed. For a good review, I think the following should be included:

NAME of instructor
DURATION of workout
EQUIPMENT needed
TYPE of workout (strength, yoga, cardio, dance, etc)
MUSIC good or bad
IMPACT whether it's high, low, or mixed
CHOREOGRAPHY whether it's basic, moderate, or complex, because some of us are klutzes

Can anyone think of anything else they want to have in a review? Maybe if we all have something to go by, there will be more reviews.

KELSPRETTYGIRL
3/5/08

Thanks, K... sometimes it's hard to remember all the things that need to be included. I still need to finish my review in progress and I'll try to be sure to include this info right at the beginning.


TRINNI
3/5/08

Maybe level. Is it beginner, intermediate or advanced.



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