What's your favorite workout DVD?

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  • samra2012
    samra2012 Posts: 763
    p90x... :drinker:
  • I love Zumba and Tae Bo Power. I have other Tae Bo DVDs coming in the mail.
  • littlebuddy84
    littlebuddy84 Posts: 1,011 Member
    I love turbo fire and chalean extreme.
  • basslinewild
    basslinewild Posts: 296 Member
    Insanity and Jillian Michaels Extreme Shed and Shred
  • mommyhof3
    mommyhof3 Posts: 551 Member
    P90X! I love this program!
  • MelissaGraham7
    MelissaGraham7 Posts: 403 Member
    Billy Blanks Tae Bo - particularly Boot Camp SOS but they are all awesome
  • noogie98
    noogie98 Posts: 412 Member
    http://www.amazon.com/dp/B003HC9JJ6/?tag=hyprod-20&hvadid=7607011419&hvpos=1o3&hvexid=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=927962885140989018&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&ref=asc_df_B003HC9JJ6

    I teach a fitness class at church and when the ladies saw the video that first night they laughed because they all felt "above" doing a walking video. I chose it because I wanted to make sure that anyone could come in at any fitness level and participate without feeling overwhelmed. About 5 minutes into the video, the poking fun at it stopped and I'm pretty sure I'm the only one that made it through without a water break. (and that was just the 2 mile video) This video isn't the only thing I do. I aim for a 5 mile run several days a week and a 10 mile or more run on Saturdays, but this video is a staple of my routine. I do it probably 4 times a week.

    ^^ this!! I love Leslie Sansone!! My favorite is this one:
    http://www.amazon.com/Leslie-Sansone-Pounds-Ultimate-Collection/dp/B00265T7O2/ref=pd_cp_mov_2
  • Raynne413
    Raynne413 Posts: 1,527 Member
    Here's a few of mine:

    So You Think You Can Dance Get Fit: Cardio Funk (2009)
    So You Think You Can Dance Get Fit: Tone and Groove (2009)
    Billy Blanks Jr: Dance With Me Cardio Fit
    Billy Blanks Jr: Dance With Me Groove & Burn
    Billy Blanks Jr. Fat-Burning Hip Hop Mix
    *****cat Dolls: Dancer's Body Workout
    Jazzercise: Burlesque

    I also like the Hip Hop Abs series and anything with Petra Kolber or Billy Blanks.
  • xSCiNTILLATEx79
    xSCiNTILLATEx79 Posts: 245 Member
    Anything from Bob Harper's 'Inside Out Method' DVDs. 5 bucks from his website. Be warned though that they're tough. This review of the DVDs is funny and entirely accurate: http://welshrunner.blogspot.com/2010/09/bob-harpers-inside-out-method-pure-burn.html

    I'm currently working my way through this currently: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004S2YN5O/ref=oh_details_o02_s00_i01

    It's a cheapo P90X knockoff, 10 different DVDS, and pretty short but intense workouts. In the long run, I think I would alternate this with Bob's workout DVDs, and throw in Bryan Kest's Power Yoga.

    ETA: I have Jillian Michael's Ripped in 30, and while the workouts are good, they're generally too short for my liking, and I find her to be really, really annoying. So I use those only on days when I am running really short on time.

    :laugh: I just read the review for Bob Harpers DVD which I just ordered today and now i can't wait...lol thats the best review ive read in a long time:laugh:
  • shirin8
    shirin8 Posts: 51 Member
    Insanity, Crunch Ellen Barrett DVDs (mainly pilates/yoga), Chalean Extreme (terrific for lifting!)
  • butterflylover527
    butterflylover527 Posts: 940 Member
    Anything from Bob Harper's 'Inside Out Method' DVDs. 5 bucks from his website. Be warned though that they're tough. This review of the DVDs is funny and entirely accurate: http://welshrunner.blogspot.com/2010/09/bob-harpers-inside-out-method-pure-burn.html

    I'm currently working my way through this currently: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004S2YN5O/ref=oh_details_o02_s00_i01

    It's a cheapo P90X knockoff, 10 different DVDS, and pretty short but intense workouts. In the long run, I think I would alternate this with Bob's workout DVDs, and throw in Bryan Kest's Power Yoga.

    ETA: I have Jillian Michael's Ripped in 30, and while the workouts are good, they're generally too short for my liking, and I find her to be really, really annoying. So I use those only on days when I am running really short on time.

    :laugh: I just read the review for Bob Harpers DVD which I just ordered today and now i can't wait...lol thats the best review ive read in a long time:laugh:

    I finally got to reading it too, that was funny hahaha!!!
  • Spanaval
    Spanaval Posts: 1,200 Member
    Anything from Bob Harper's 'Inside Out Method' DVDs. 5 bucks from his website. Be warned though that they're tough. This review of the DVDs is funny and entirely accurate: http://welshrunner.blogspot.com/2010/09/bob-harpers-inside-out-method-pure-burn.html

    I'm currently working my way through this currently: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004S2YN5O/ref=oh_details_o02_s00_i01

    It's a cheapo P90X knockoff, 10 different DVDS, and pretty short but intense workouts. In the long run, I think I would alternate this with Bob's workout DVDs, and throw in Bryan Kest's Power Yoga.

    ETA: I have Jillian Michael's Ripped in 30, and while the workouts are good, they're generally too short for my liking, and I find her to be really, really annoying. So I use those only on days when I am running really short on time.

    :laugh: I just read the review for Bob Harpers DVD which I just ordered today and now i can't wait...lol thats the best review ive read in a long time:laugh:

    The review of all the DVDs is good. And accurate. Remember when you're yelling obsceneties at Bob that you were warned.