I've never tried Insanity, but my cousin had it and said she had to stop because it was seriously hurting her knees, not like being sore, but actually making them worse. I'm actually about to try P90x. I'm waiting for it to come in the mail so me and my husband can do it. His cousin and wife done it and I was astounded at the results when we seen them in November. Like, she'd literally lost the very small baby belly she'd had from her third child. So we thought we'd give it a shot.
I've never heard of Turbo Fire. However that doesn't mean it's not good :) Dan and I are doing Pump by Les Mills and we LOVE it. It's not so intense that we are sore for days or are hurting ourselves, but we are sore and getting a great workout. My dad has been a hardcore P90X and Pump fan for 3 years and loves them. Just like Ree, I've been hearing a lot of people actually hurting their knees and ankles with Insanity, having to stop. Something for you guys to think about.
I hadn't heard of Turbo Fire either- I'm sure it's an awesome workout though- that woman looks INTENSE ;) You know my thoughts on Insanity already probably... but I truly am loving it. It's HARD. We are definitely not going at the right pace, we take days off here and there to recover (trust me, we needed them!) and I'm never really 100% keeping up with the videos. BUT, it still is an AMAZING workout and I honestly feel myself getting stronger, and I'm getting a lil better each day I think!
If one of those work, let me know! I normally stick with Jillian, but as of late, nada. And like that "40" number! It's my "year" goal too! I'd recommend getting a calorie counting app on your phone and logging everything you eat as well. It's been a HUGE wake up call for me just seeing the amount of calories I was consuming before, and having to fix it.
I haven't tried either. I like my Jillian Michaels. She lets me yell at her but she gets me great results, making me feel so much stronger than I thought I could be. I will try to get around to her after nursing.
I can't do any realy workouts like that because of my arthritis--it would destroy my joints! But my husband tried P90x....he didn't stick with it long---it was really hard!I'd say if you know yourself and you are good with sticking at workouts etc. then you could probably be successful....but if you are going from little to no workout routine then jumping straight to something like this is going to be pretty rough!
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