I have six kids. That fact alone would almost assure that I not only need a fitness program, but need an efficient and convenient one as well.
Having exercised regularly since I was a teenager, I have amassed myriad ways to fit fitness into my life. As a mom it’s been mostly through the use of jogging strollers (often accompanied by roller blades), home fitness equipment (like my beloved tread mill and adjustable weight set), and a host of exercise DVDs.
Fitness DVDs are a great way to keep exercise interesting. They don’t cost much and yet provide hours of fitness instruction. No longer are you limited to either Jane Fonda or…Jane Fonda. Now you have workout DVDs form every angle imaginable, from kick boxing to circuit training to hip hop to belly dance.
If you’re looking for a new fitness DVD to keep you motivated, check out the huge selection at iNetVideo. They have great prices, so breaking into a sweat won’t break the bank.
Some of my favorite fitness instructors are there. Billy Blank, the Tae Bo guru, is always a fun, quick-paced workout. Kathy Smith— who I swear hasn’t aged in the last 20 years — has a dizzying array of workouts. Even Denise Austin is still alive and kicking (and producing) and Tony Little still has that crazy ponytail. (What the heck, Tony! Get a haircut!) And don’t forget the never-ending The Firm. I still have the first three of these and they are killer weight workouts.
Check out a couple of new fitness DVDs. There are still a few months of swimsuit weather left!