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What are your favorite workout DVD's?

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Ok so I'm trying to get back into a good workout routine. I have a lot of different workout DVD's and I was wondering which ones you do? Tell me your favorites and how often you do them and how you motivate yourself to do them? I'd love to hear your thoughs on this.
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    Disco Abs- I'm not sure how much it does for your abs, but the music is original and it is awesome. Like Richard Simmons, only sexy.
    2578 days ago
    You should try the third workout, at least! I think it is a tad bit easier than the second workout and you can modify the moves if you need to! I think Jillian came out with Ripped in 30 but I haven't tried it yet. I almost recommend watching stuff on the internet because they are free and then if you don't like them, you can find something else to try!
    2579 days ago
    Thanks everyone for your comments. Leah, I have the 30 Day Shred and have never got to the 3rd level. I just got bored with it after a while. I need to dig it out again though since it's been a while since I've done it.
    JeBird: I also love zumba and have done it at my gym. I don't have the DVD's though. Maybe I should check them out.
    Ladyjake1:The kettle ball does look pretty cool but I've never tried it, maybe I should.
    2579 days ago
    Jillian Michael's 30 Day Shred. I love this video. There are 3 routines on there and they are about 25 minutes long. They are LONG enough, trust me! It is a GREAT workout! I think that because they are short, I am more likely to use it! It is only $10 at Target or Wal-mart! Good luck finding videos that you like!
    2580 days ago
    Zumba hands down. SO much fun
    2580 days ago
    I just bought the Kettle wrox kettle bell system and I love it, It is 3 sessions and 20 minutes long, so doable.
    2580 days ago
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