I love the 10-minute format, so I was at first very interested in the cardio DVD especially... but unwilling to pay what adds up to $20 (after shipping) for a DVD I couldn't preview in any significant way. I was finally able to hunt up older versions of some of the workouts on the DVD in the Videos section, but it was a real pain to find them.
Having found them and watched through them, I... still don't know. I'm interested, yes, but $20 is, to me, a lot to pay for a DVD. To keep variety in my video-based workouts requires buying quite a few DVDs, so I need to keep them as inexpensive as possible. If I could purchase a download for cheaper, I'd probably do that in a heartbeat; I would also purchase the physical DVD if it were lower-priced or available from a brick-and-mortar store where I wouldn't have to pay shipping. (I know, I know. SparkPeople doesn't profit from it... but I still have to pay for it, so it's still a concern.) As it is, though, that's just a bit too much for a DVD.
- 4/15/2009 8:51:52 PM