Selling points of exercise videos for beginners.
Exercise videos for beginners need to be enjoyable even as they push you to the next level. So finding exercise videos that appeal to you is vital. Home exercise videos such as Chalene Johnson's TurboFire® mix together high energy dance moves and great music for fun and add in some kicks and punches for an extra jolt. Fat burning exercises don't have to be dull or repetitive—just look at the variety and energy of Shaun T's INSANITY®.
When you're starting out, exercise videos for beginners need to come in bite-sized chunks. Workout videos for beginners like Tony Horton's 10-Minute Trainer® give you a fat burning workout in minutes, while exercise videos such as Horton's P90X® series present workouts of an hour or more broken down into small chunks so you can do as much or as little as you can manage. The best workout DVDs direct you to cut the exercise routines short to maximize your abilities, or as Tony Horton says, "Don't let your ego get in the way of your success."
Exercise videos for beginners need to be part of a healthy lifestyle to really deliver the results promised by health experts. A couple of cardio videos you pop in occasionally just won't get it done. You need a plan. The best workout DVDs are part of a whole exercise approach. A calendar of exercise routines, with each day's workout carefully spelled out, makes it easier to find a rhythm and stick with it. It's regular exercise routines that reap the health rewards, not an occasional burst of activity. Home exercise videos such as INSANITY, P90X, and TurboFire® give you a whole exercise program, complete with online support and nutrition guides.
Exercise videos for beginners that promise amazing results with little effort aren't your friend. The best workout DVDs promise you effort, sweat, and pain before you see the payoff. Exercise DVDs such as P90X, INSANITY, and TurboFire make no secret of the fact they are hard because real fitness takes time and exertion. A famous quote Tony Horton likes to repeat says: "Success isn't a result of spontaneous combustion. You must set yourself on fire."