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STDWYNWEN SparkPoints: (11,748)
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4/18/13 4:34 A


If you're just looking for individual DVD's
Give Cathe Friedrich a look.

She has many DVD's to choose from and you can take a sneak peek on her website.
She has different series: beginner, low impact, just cardio, cardio and ST, etc.
Some use extra equipment like steps, slide/glide discs (so be mindful of those).

CAITLINANN10 Posts: 984
4/17/13 1:44 P

I'm just getting back into fitness after pretty much a 2.5 year hiatus having two kids. I'm starting with Turbo Jam, which seems a little more like a beginning program than Turbo Fire. It is also a Beachbody workout.

HMILLY2020 Posts: 587
4/17/13 10:08 A

I wouldn't recommend Turbo Fire as you are expected to have a certain amount of muscle, stamina and the ability to keep up with the program. It can also be hard on the knees/back if you have any general pains.

Have you tried The Biggest Loser workouts? Cardio Max is great (they use actual contestants on the DVDs who are still trying to workout). Beachbody's Hip Hop Abs is also really fun.

KIMMA34 Posts: 101
4/17/13 7:08 A


I want a good cardio dvd but I am a beginner. What would be best for me. I have 100lbs to lose....No walking dvds please!!


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