(Closed) Workout videos… has anyone tried one or either of these??

posted 7 years ago in Fitness
  • poll: Which one to get???
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  • Post # 3
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    Buzzing bee
    • Wedding: July 2011

    Never even heard of either of those two. I have used P90x (EXCELLENT in my humble opinion.) And Jillian Michael’s 30-day shred. Also VERY good.

    But to me, nothing even compares to the P90x work out. It has everything and it gives RESULTS. (FYI, I did not even follow their diet plan because I have a lot of ethnic foods I LOVE, however, I followed basic principals on eating what TYPE of foods, when, etc.) And I am very, VERY pleased with my results.

    Post # 5
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    Busy bee
    • Wedding: October 2011

    I have done Turbo Fire and loved it. It helped me lose weight and tone my body without getting bulky. And I love Chalean Johnson. Tony Horton made me want to throw a weight through my TV. Even with him on mute, I was still annoyed by him. lol

    Post # 6
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    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: February 2012

    I like 30 Day Shred! I’ve also just started (as of Saturday) using kettlebells, so fingers crossed on that one!

    Post # 9
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    Buzzing bee
    • Wedding: July 2011

    I absolutely LOVED P90x. It ddn’t bulk me up at all. But it toned me very nicely. My shoulders became super-sexy in just 5 weeks.

    And I got a very elegantly tapered waist. And strong and toned calves. Firm butt and toned back.

    The thing about his workout is that you can only push yourself so far. You will never get to the point where you will ‘bulk up’ or else you will end up over exhausting yourself and not finishing the work outs. You have to start with weights that are comfortable (but pushing you) for you. I have done all the workouts with 5lbs only. (Two dumbbells = 10 lbs total.) Some places I do more reps, some I do less, etc. You can tailor it to fit your needs. None of the women in his videos are bulked up either. Just one exeption: Dreya. But she is a professional aerialist so she works out all effin’ day. Which you are not going to be doing.

    My Fiance bulked up somewhat (but not over the top) because he used heavier weights and that is what he wanted.

    Post # 10
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    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: May 2009

    I am thinking about ordering P.I.N.K….it was featured on Dr. Phil, (and do I wish I was in the audience that day, ’cause they all got the P.I.N.K. system, a workout mat, workout pants, shoes, weights, a Vitamix blender….wow!).   I liked that it’s done in stages, and it also focuses on Nutrition and stuff, (P.I.N.K. for those who don’t know, stands for Power, Intensity, Nutrition, “Kardio”), not just exercise.  It’s also not supposed to be as intense as P90X….well, they seem to start out a little slower, so you’re not dying by the second day.

    Post # 12
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    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: May 2009

    LOL!  Awesome, let me know how it goes.  I really, really want it, but I’ve bought work out videos before, I do them for a week or two, then slide back into my old habits.  Tongue Out

    It’s funny, because yesterday while I was getting for work, Dr. Phil was rerunning the P.I.N.K. episode!  If I had had time, I would have jumped on and told any interested parties to watch it, but I was running late.  

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