Saturday, September 14, 2013

Introducing Turbo Jam, Rockin' Body and Hip Hop Abs

I want to take a moment to introduce to you Turbo Jam, Rockin' Body and Hip Hop Abs.  

Turbo Jam is the predecessor to TurboFire (which I love!) that was created by Chalene Johnson.  It features Dance, Kickboxing, and core exercises to get you fit, fast.  It's a great workout for beginners.  It comes with a eating guide, so that you'll get great results even quicker.  And if the music is anything like it is in TurboFire, then you'll love that too.

Now, let's talk about Rockin' Body and Hip Hop Abs.  

Rockin' Body was created by choreographer Shaun T.  It was one of his first of his dancing workouts along with Hip Hop Abs.  It features dance moves that are designed to work your core, and to help you lose weight.  It's not only features dance music, but Disco and Rock as well.

Hip Hop Abs was also created by Shaun T.  This was his first workout, created to show you that you don't have to do crunches in order to get the abs that you want.  Shaun T. teaches you how to work your core muscles and have fun at the same time.

The reason that I'm talking about these workouts is because many people are intimidated of workouts that have a quick pace to them.  Well, I'm here to tell you to not be.  Like TurboFire, once you do the DVD once or twice, your body quickly learns the moves, knows the cues of when it's going to change, and the next exercise sequence that is coming up.  Don't ever purchase a DVD workout and expect to do it 100% correct the first time through.  You have to give yourself a learning curve.  Believe me, you'll learn them soon enough.  The first few times that I did Fire 40, (from TurboFire) I was lost, and discouraged....but once I got the moves down, Fire 40 quickly became my favorite workout out of the entire series, and I'm sure you'll find your favorite too with Turbo Jam!  And learning the moves doesn't take as long as you think.  As long as you are trying, and not standing there saying, "I'm lost," then you are burning calories.

Don't be intimidated by a fast paced DVD workout.  You have a pause button.  Use it, but use it sparingly.  The main idea is to get yourself moving.

The point is, you can have the body you want if you are willing to invest a little time, a little effort, and a little money, and absolutely NOT feel as though you are working out, but rather dancing your way into fitness.

If you want more information on these, or any other workouts featured by BeachBody, contact me.  I can help you choose your first, or next workout program to help you reach your fitness goals.

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