the 10 minute videos are great if you don't have tons of time. You can do 1 or 2 sections a day. If you have more time, go for The firm, Denise Austin, things like that. Check your local library to see what they have. You can try before you buy. Also check your cable company to see if they have things "on demand". If you use netflix or blockbuster, they have tons too.
2/15/12 10:13 A
Leslie Sansone's Walking DVD's
Fitness Minutes: (705)
111 2/15/12 9:26 A
SP Fit, Firm, and Fired up (honest!) Many of the SP videos on the site SWAT
I am a BIG fan of anything Leslie Sansone. I can get thru her walking workouts and can do at my own pace. I have severe arthiritis so I can't do anything crazy where you have to jump around or do lunges/squats. It's impossible for me so I stick with Leslie.
Fitness Minutes: (128,760)
2/15/12 7:20 A
love every Firm workout I've ever bought (first one was in the late 80s)
Fitness Minutes: (29,780)
3,957 2/15/12 6:00 A
Anything by Leslie Sansone. I have at least half a dozen of hers. I also love the SaprkPeople videos. They are quick and easy.
Fitness Minutes: (12,636)
2/15/12 4:55 A
My 20 year old Kelli Roberts step videos and Reebok Power Workout with Gin Miller (all on VHS!)
Fitness Minutes: (12,825)
519 2/15/12 1:51 A
Insanity or Nike Training Club
2/14/12 11:10 P
Zumba--I like them all--the old ones, cardio party ones and Exhilerate ones.
Jane Fonda,s walk out aerobics, and Leslie Sansone,s walk away the pounds. Both have different levels you can choose. Leslies has kick boxing which I love...and Janes has the 18 minute fast mile...they are both interesting enough to keep you motivated....
Fitness Minutes: (12,392)
7,048 2/14/12 9:40 A
Power walking with Leslie Sansome
Edited by: DOOBIE893 at: 2/14/2012 (09:40)
Fitness Minutes: (25,262)
734 2/14/12 9:39 A
P90X, hands down. Tons of variety with all the DVD's and it's tough!
Fitness Minutes: (657)
2 2/14/12 9:28 A
Bollywood Dance with Hemalya (or however it's spelled). I love Bollywood music, and the workout keeps you moving without being overly exhausting. The DVD is divided up into sections, so you can skip around to an area you feel like working on, which is really nice.
Fitness Minutes: (3,704)
2/14/12 8:53 A
I just purchased the 10 min trainer does anyone else use it?