What is your favorite workout video?

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  1. barbergirl28 profile image83
    barbergirl28posted 7 years ago

    What is your favorite workout video?

    I love working out and have an extensive collection of workout videos! Which ones are your favorite ones to do!

  2. fatheadfred profile image52
    fatheadfredposted 7 years ago

    Definitely the p90x series, great video series for men and women. I lost 15 lbs using it and my buddy just lost 16% of his original body weight.

  3. Vicki.Pierce profile image67
    Vicki.Pierceposted 7 years ago

    I do not have a favorite work out video.  My adult children LOVE Jillian - I think she is mean.  : )  I like hooking up to my MP3 player and walking on my treadmill.  By doing that I block out the whole world for that one hour and get lost in my own thoughts.

  4. eBuddy profile image70
    eBuddyposted 7 years ago

    I agree, I really enjoy p90x I have two complete sets of DVDs and all the needed equipment . Just love it! I can't wait though to really get started hehe!

  5. brycewestervelt profile image54
    brycewesterveltposted 7 years ago

    Like fatheadfred said, (gosh that rhymed)  I love the P90x series.  I started them about 3 weeks ago and am losing weight and feeling awesome.  They will kick your butt though.

  6. wychic profile image87
    wychicposted 7 years ago

    Crunch Super SlimDown (got some GREAT comments from my husband during the first month or two I used it too...now that I just had a baby, time to get back to it tongue). I also really liked the Crunch Fat-Burning Pilates:

    http://hubpages.com/hub/Crunch-Fat-Burn … vie-Review

    And Tanja Djelevic's video that came with the Gaiam Cross-Train Workout Kit.

  7. profile image44
    bobpants97posted 7 years ago

    my favorite would have to be tybo it works on anybody

  8. profile image47
    johnsilvester12posted 6 years ago

    Every single training session will be given within a regimen formatting, in which you transfer from exercise to physical exercise with very little break in between, as a result trying to keep your heart rate right up. The conditioning Dvd disks target certain portions of your body every time: chest along with rear; subsequently shoulders and arms; thighs and leg as well as backside; chest area, shoulder blades, in addition to triceps; plus back and arms. Additional DVDs focus on plyometrics (forceful "potential" actions), Kenpo kick boxing, cardiovascular , abs, yoga, and stretching.

    For instance, this "Chest & Back" Video is actually a 53 - minute exercise that will work all the upper body muscles having modifications of the push-up, like standard push-ups, “ flying ” push-ups, and push-ups carried out by using your palms tight together. It targets your rear muscular tissues with variants of the pull-up and / or pull-down physical exercise using resistance bands, as well as pull-ups/pull-downs by way of your own hands in shoulder breadth, much wider, less wide, or even invert handle. It likewise incorporates rowing exercise movements .

    The actual 59 - minute “Plyometrics” work out could be the most extreme in the P90X process. After a good long warming up, this specific aerobic program directs one thru a good sequence of leaping actions which will mostly goal lower muscles. You're going to require a great pair of shoes as well as a softer surface meant for this particular work out.


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