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Posts: 797 7/24/11 6:57 P
what about adjustable weights? the ones she uses are $400 but you can get them for about $50 at Target or Walmart. they're not the best, but they're cheaper than buying lots of different weights
current weight: 128.0
Fitness Minutes: (67,091) Posts: 1,202 7/24/11 6:23 A
maybe try a couple reps in the store before you buy to get a feel for them, it's a bit frustrating how expensive free weights are, I need to go up in weight on some of the exercises too, but my wallet won't allow it. I try to focus and goultra slow so I'm still getting the benefit of the workout. The resistance bands are another way to go as you can adjust them yourself.
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Pounds lost: 41.6
Posts: 161 7/24/11 2:11 A
I just started chalean extreme yesterday, and it was obvious i could go heavier on all the exercises, I used from 3 to 5 kilos, so i want to buy new weights, but i want to be sure they're the right weights, how do i know that? I was thinking of going just 1 kilo heavier, does that sound right?
Pounds lost: 11.0
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