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Workout Videos That Really Work

Updated on January 10, 2015

The older you get, the harder it is to shed those unwanted pounds. I have been on every diet imaginable, and have vowed never to go on another diet, but to change my eating habits, instead. Since sweets are my weakness, I deal with the struggle of maintaining a nice figure on a daily basis. When it comes to exercising, BRISK WALKING is my number one exercise of choice. I also enjoy working out and found the following videos to be awesome:


1. Leslie Sansone – Walk Away the Pounds (3 Mile): Great for cardio endurance; upbeat and fun!

2. Tiffany Rothe – 10 Minute Boxer Babe: Great for cardio and total body!

3. Tiffany Rothe – 10 Minute Booty Shaking Workout: Great for the abs and waist...very effective!

4. Island Girl Dance Fitness Workout For Beginners: Hula Abs & Buns: Video is fun and engaging; requires a bit of coordination

5. XHIT 10 Minute Thigh Thinner: Your legs will be on fire...great workout!

6. Ashley J. Johnson Zumba: This is more like Zumba with a Hip-Hop Twist…great! (You Tube -

7. Bachata Dance With Tanja La Alamana: This video is short and sexy, but works out the waist and lower body. (You Tube -

4 stars for Leslie Sansone Walk Away The Pounds 3 Mile

Calories Burned has determined a 155 pound individual will burn the following calories, per hour, while participating in the following activities:

  • General Aerobics = 457 Calories
  • High Impact Aerobics = 492 Calories
  • Low Impact Aerobics = 352 Calories
  • Boxing, Punching Bag = 422 Calories
  • Boxing, Sparring = 633 Calories
  • Circuit Training, Minimal Rest = 563 Calories

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Benefits of Healthy Exercise

Healthy exercise produces the following benefits:

• Reduces the risk of dying prematurely.
• Reduces the risk of dying prematurely from heart disease.
• Reduces the risk of developing diabetes.
• Reduces the risk of developing high blood pressure.
• Helps reduce blood pressure in people who already have high blood pressure.
• Reduces the risk of developing colon cancer.
• Reduces feelings of depression and anxiety.
• Helps control weight.
• Helps build and maintain healthy bones, muscles, and joints.
• Helps older adults become stronger and better able to move about without falling.
• Promotes psychological well-being.

Before beginning any workout regimen, please consult your physician. Let’s walk and dance our way to FIT!!!


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