Women are busy and finding some time to work out is a constant challenge. However, working out at home with a DVD can make it easier than going to the gym.
Get fit and stay active with 4 of the best fitness DVDs that were made to include everything a woman needs to sculpt her body in a hurry. All you will need is a yoga mat and 3-5 pound weights.
Shiva Rea: More Daily Energy
Shiva Rea: More Daily Energy is a beginner/intermediate workout DVD. Expect a gentle mat session from the longtime yogi and rock star of asanas, Shiva Rea. Broken down into mix-and match 7- to 20-minute segments, this meditational yoga workout is perfect for your days off from cardio and help you feel less sore after your other workouts. The sequences get the kinks out of your neck and back after a long day at the office.
10 Pounds Down: Better Body Blast
10 Pounds Down: Better Body Blast is a beginner/intermediate workout DVD. Choose from three 20-minute target-toning routines - arms, abs, and legs - which are easy to fit into a busy schedule, or do them back-to-back for a mega-workout. It alternates killer strength exercises - like side lunges - with knee raises and kickboxing-inspired cardio blasts, which will keep your heart rate up and burn calories. Trainer Jessica Smith offers many variations, such as an on-all-fours bicycle crunch.
Jillian Michaels: Ripped in 30
Ripped In 30 is an intermediate/advanced workout DVD. Jillian Michaels offers four 24-minute circuit-training workouts that will get you into insane shape. Jillian Michaels is known to be America’s toughest trainer from the hit television show ‘The Biggest Loser’ and she doesn’t disappoint on this DVD. Each workout progresses in difficulty and is for both beginners and advanced athletes. Jillian does not waste 1-minute of your time and gets you the results you’ve always wanted.
Cathe Friedrich: Slide & Glide
Cathe Friedrich: Slide & Glide is an intermediate/advanced workout DVD. Get superb workouts with low impact thanks to "unique" strength and cardio moves using gliding disks (or paper plates on a carpeted floor). The exercises include the "quick pace" and upper- and lower-body combination moves, like squat thrusts, using gliders under your feet so you slide rather than jump. Workout DVD veteran Cathe Friedrich even incorporates gliders in an ingenious cool-down that allows you to "slide past your sticking point" during stretches.
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