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i’m falling in love with taebo!! for a week now, i’ve pushed aside all my other work out dvds and just use the various taebo dvds that i bought. i think the music is very upbeat and everyone are so encouraging that the work outs go by fast. and you really really sweat! this thing just rocks my socks. hahahaha
amped it up!
i just added taebo amped to my other dvds and love it. i still haven’t work out to every dvd that i own but that’s okay. the workouts are about 45 minutes to 1 hour and 20 minutes. you will really really feel this by the next day.
a week ago i bought one dvd from borders for 40% off for a discounted price of $11.89. everywhere was about $14.99 so i feel like i got a good price for it. when i decide i want to add a few more workouts to my taebo collection, i stopped by a ross store and guess what? they have a bunch of taebo dvds for $4.99!! naturally i picked up another 3! >:< selections may varied by stores but i saw some shape dvds too.
now, i believe out of all the workouts i’ve tried, taebo will probably give you the fastest result however it is much easier to hurt yourself doing taebo. i know i know, because i’ve hurt myself before and it wasn’t fun. i realized i was doing too much too fast instead of going at my own pace. i learn to listen to my body more and if i can’t punch or kick or move as fast as they do, i don’t push myself. since i work out at home, i have a tendency to not wear shoes and one of the tips i read was to WEAR shoe so you don’t hurt your self since there’s quite a bit of arching.
so if you want to try taebo, start off slowly (as always) and don’t push yourself more than it can take.
now, let’s go and kick some butt!