Post # 1
I have a gym membership but I find it so hard to find time to go due to shift work and its about a 20min drive from my house so I am going to cancel it but I need something that I can do to get myself back into shape. I have become very lazy lately and have put on a few pounds this winter so I am trying to make healthy diet changes but I would also like to find a fun workout routine that I can stick to. Just curious to see if anybody has tried Daily Burn? I’ve seen comercials for it recently and was thinking of at least signing up for the free trial but I wanted to see if any Bees have tried it and would recommend it?
Post # 2
I use it! And I love it! I’ve posted about it on quite a few fitness threads recently.
I’ve always had trouble being motivated to workout especially at a gym but with Daily Burn it’s so easy to fit into my schedule and I can do it at home. I’ve been working out 5 days a week and I’m still enjoying it. There are so many workout programs that you have access to. And the trainers are great. There’s also a great community on social media that’s so encouraging to be a part of. Which is part of its advantage over DVDs and YouTube. And it’s cheaper than any gym membership I’ve had in the past.
I highly recommend it! It’s been a game changer for me and I’ve tried pretty much everything over the years.
Post # 3
I’ve seen the same commercials and was briefly tempted, but there are so many workout videos available for free on YouTube that it makes no sense to pay for them. I took the time to go through YouTube and, guided by recommendations I got here and on My Fitness Pal’s forum, saved all of the videos that look good to me to one playlist. When I’m ready to work out I can look through my playlist and pick the one that suits my mood and energy level. I’ll add new ones if they pop up as a recommendation on the workout I’m doing so I’m constantly trying new stuff, which keeps it interesting. I’m pretty disciplined about working out at home so motivation isn’t an issue for me. Not trying to talk you out of trying it if you think it’ll get you moving, but just know there are other options out there that don’t cost a penny!
Post # 4
Try FitnessBlender videos on YouTube. Always free and seriously tough. They have a ton. And there are lots of other vloggers who have great YouTube workouts: Tone It Up, Blogilates, MFit, Pop Sugar, etc!
Post # 5
hikingbride : We are thinking about trying daily burn as the gym we have a membership to is closing. Is there a way to have multiple profiles on a single subscription? Like if my Fiance and I both want to do our workouts. I have seen from the commercials you input your age, gender, and fitness level and it gives workouts.
Post # 6
StellaBride21 : I use it and love it. The daily workout is great- I like that best because I feel like I’m part of a community. I use the main section -the library for joint mobility, yoga, etc. but I’ve also used the library for some killer workouts.
Post # 7
Try BodyRock for free hard core workouts! It’s short workouts but they kick your butt!
Post # 8
Thanks everyone for the input! I think I’m going to sign up for the daily burn free trial and see how I like it but I’m definitely going to check out the other programs that were recommended and see how they are too! I’m really hoping I can find something to help get me motivated to get back into shape!
Post # 9
hunting_bride : It has programs but they aren’t individualized programs. It will suggest the program it thinks will be best for you and makes that your primary but you can choose from any of the programs that you want.
I don’t think you can set up multiple profiles with one account but I’m not sure there would be any benefit to it anyway since they aren’t really personalized. You and your husband can just use the same account with one profile and just pick which workouts will be best for you individually.
Post # 10
If you have a membeship to 24HF you can send your 24HF member ID to DB and your monthly membership is $5.