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MLAN613 Posts: 19,276
11/23/13 8:00 A

I have done a variety of things. Currently, I run, strength train, spinning and some cardio. I do machines and I also have some boot camp style and interval workouts I do at home. Oh, and yoga.

In the past when my schedule allowed I did a fabulous boot camp. I miss that class! It's still going; I just can't make it as I work a different job that gets too late. I have tried Zumba but I didn't care for it. I also did some drop in classes at my gym but am taking a break from them.

SETTIMIA Posts: 8,076
11/23/13 5:18 A

Hi JAMERICANMOM, wow you sound so fit, I can only dream LOL

I am going to do my yoga for now, but may try Zumba sculpt and tone!

11/21/13 11:29 A

I love Tabata training. I alternate between running on my treadmill and my 15 lb. kettlebell.

GPHOENIX Posts: 2,839
11/20/13 11:33 P

stationary bike, road runs, Slim6 DVD,Orbitrek

11/20/13 10:52 P

full body dumbbell

JKW1957 Posts: 185
11/20/13 10:11 P

P90X and elliptical

FIELDWORKING SparkPoints: (0)
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11/20/13 3:20 P

Walk, run, hike, riding my bike, strength training. I really enjoy using the rowing machine at the gym and I hope to have one at home one day so that I can do away with the gym membership.

TCANNO SparkPoints: (369,310)
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11/20/13 4:10 A

walked, run, rowing, exercise bike and weights

SUNSET09 SparkPoints: (564,560)
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11/20/13 3:37 A

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SETTIMIA Posts: 8,076
11/19/13 7:52 A

Yoga flex TMT and Zumba Cardio Party

LUCASMOM2003 SparkPoints: (45,806)
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11/9/13 8:39 P

yogabootyballet, cardioblast with coach nicole, the strengthening video with coach nicole

DEITYLINKIE SparkPoints: (12)
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11/9/13 7:48 P

turbo fire hit workouts are amongst some of my favorite still :)

SETTIMIA Posts: 8,076
11/9/13 7:37 P

hand weights

BLUEHORSE17 SparkPoints: (0)
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11/7/13 7:21 P

It all depends on your personal preferences. I personally enjoy swimming because its easy on the body and also is relaxing.

DIDS70 Posts: 5,368
11/7/13 5:17 P

i do more of a circuit training/hiit/surge routine. I am usually done in 12-15 minutes.

KBEHNKE81 Posts: 13,178
11/6/13 10:30 P

check out Fitness Blender - tons of workouts; varying lengths and intensities; good HIIT,

FITWITHIN Posts: 26,183
11/6/13 6:46 P

Zumba, Body Toning, Kettlebells, Turbo Fire, Hip Hop ABS, Belly Dancing just to name a few. I like having lots of variety to keep from getting bored.

OBIESMOM2 SparkPoints: (256,162)
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11/5/13 3:17 P

I like spin, Tabata, boot camp, Pilates, running, outdoor cycling

there are lots of videos available on this site (FREE) that will give you a chance to try something new

DEBBIE0419 Posts: 43
11/5/13 9:28 A


FEMMEFATALE11 SparkPoints: (70,031)
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11/5/13 9:17 A

JENNILACEY SparkPoints: (81,972)
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11/5/13 9:12 A

A lot of Spark videos here. I still use Nicole's Jump Rope to do HIIT.
A lot of videos by Jillian Micheal's; 30 Day Shred, Ripped in 30, Killer Buns and Thighs, Banish Fat, Boost Metabolism.
I did a few Denise Austin aerobic videos on youtube. ;)

I stick to my 2 favourites for cardio right now that I've done for nearly a year. Creature of habit I guess and that's Jump rope w/Coach Nicole (although I make modifications to make it more advanced) and BFBM with JM (again, I modify it to make it more advanced). BFBM is circuits of kickboxing, high knees, butt kicks, jumping jacks, cross country skiing, mountain climbers, skaters, etc. I can't stick to repetitive cardio, I find it gets boring. I like circuits and these are high intensity moves that really get the heart rate up.

Edited by: JENNILACEY at: 11/5/2013 (09:14)
11/4/13 9:01 P

Can you clue us in as to what you are doing now so we can make suggestions. Are you going to a gym? Do you run? Do you walk? Cycle? Swim? Zumba?

MOASMOM SparkPoints: (0)
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11/4/13 8:18 P

Im looking for different ideas of exercising it kinda get boring doing the same ones over and over again so im hoping someone can help me out and give different types of ideas to do..

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