Post # 16
I use the Sweat ap and I love it. Over the past two years she has added tons of different workouts of varying types. I get bored very easily and I do ok with Sweat because of the variety. I also like that she has work outs that you do at the gym, so I don’t need a gym workout plan. She just tells me what to do and on what equipment.
Post # 17
- Wedding: January 2020 - Germany
nelliemade : If you or your husband have an Xbox or PlayStation console check out some of the dance games available (e.g. Just Dance on PS4). Not sure how much space you need but good cardio and lots of fun 🙂
Xbox used to have a free service called Xbox Fitness where you could stream all kinds of work outs (cardio, strength, yoga, dance) but they stopped it for some reason 🙁
Post # 18
Second the sweat app. I love it. Make sure you sign up via the sweat website as much cheaper than app.
Nike training app is good also
Post # 19
I love yoga with adrienne which is free on youtube. I love her!
Post # 20
- Wedding: May 2015 - St Peter\'s Church, East Maitland, and Bella Vista, Newcastle
I use an online fitness and health program called TiffXO – it’s run by one of the trainers from the Australian version of The Biggest Loser. She’s a 6th dan black belt in taekwondo, so the workouts are martial arts based – I tried it on a whim and discovered that I LOVE it. All you need is some sort of hand weights – I bought dumbbells but you can use water bottles or whatever you have handy. It does have a food component as well – the meals are pretty much all amazing and my favourite thing is that it generates a shopping list for me – super convenient. She does one HIIT (with an option of a second one), two HIRT (hi intensity resistance training), two Tone (strength and conditioning) and one Flow (stretching and yoga) workouts a week.