Workout DVDs That Aren't a Total Waste of Time
I'm a girl who likes to get her fitness on. And because I don't love the gym, I opt for pay-as-you-go fitness classes. I personally just find them more effective and enjoyable, and they offer more leeway in the event I want to take a month off or something.
That being said, SoulCycle is expensive, so I like to supplement my habit with some at-home fitness DVDs that aren't as cardio focused. Surprisingly, there are some really awesome fitness DVDs out there and the following are #HotFireFlames.
Ballet Beautiful: Body Blast
Holy burning buns, Batman! Mary Helen Bowers is not kidding around when it comes to fitness, and neither is her ballet inspired-method. This DVD is broken up into four 15-minute segments, which makes it great when you just wanna squeeze a targeted workout in real quick. I saw results in days.
Tracy Anderson Mat Workout for Beginners
Consider this your fitness 101 to the workout that Gwyneth swears by. It's intense and takes some getting used to, but quite frankly, it targets muscles that you didn't even know you had.
Jillian Michaels Yoga Meltdown
On the top of my list of people I would never want to disappoint is Jillian Michaels. She doesn't mess around. This is a yoga DVD, but you'll still be motivated to try your hardest because, well, Jillian Michaels. You know, even if you're stretching.