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Workout DVD Review #2

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

So the last time, I reviewed The Biggest Loser Last Chance workout. I kept at if for about a week, but it never really challanged me. I did it about a week. Probably will go back to it on light days. Plus, I wanted to try out the other DVDs I had bought.

Last night, I tried The Biggest Loser Weight Loss Yoga. I only did week 1 and Bob was the leader. I enjoyed his commentary and his interaction the contestants. He goes slow explaining what you need to be doing and gives great encouragment. The music needs a little bit of work. I would rather have upbeat music in the background instead of music that could put me to sleep. Since I have never done yoga before, this was a challange for me. I don't know what the other weeks would look like. This DVD is set up like the others. You spend 2 weeks on one lesson. There are three lessons so the video is set up for 6 weeks. Every two weeks the routines are supposed to get harder. Bob encourages this DVD to be used with The Biggest Loser Bootcamp.

I did the Biggest Loser Bootcamp this morning. Bob was also the trainer with this one. I do enjoy him so much more than Jillian. There was not much down time on this video between the exercises. Plus Bob includes a lot of cardio with weights. I am feeling it right now on my sides because of some of the exercises he does. Bob does enjoy lunges so there are a lot of them. He also has someone doing the modified version of the exercises. He encourages you throughout the video. There are a few times when he says don't worry if you cannot do this exercise right now, just keep moving.

I do like this two DVDs better than the Last Chance Workout. I will probably do these two videos for a while whenever I am not running.
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