The list author says: "Do you like watching TV but hate having to bathe in a kiddie pool? The last time you got on a rowing machine, did it sink? Is your favorite food group "seconds"? If so then check out these fine exercise and fitness DVDs. You can watch TV and whittle away the excess you in no time at all. It'll result in a healthier, happier and more energetic you. Remember if you have to make 3 trips to get through a turnstile, these DVDs are for you!"
"No one knows more about losing bootie baggage than Kim Kardashian. She's lost hers several times! I wouldn't recommend this for good long term health but if you need to blaze away a few pounds to fit into a new dress for your class reunion this isn't too bad."
"Good ol' Rodney Yee is a fixture in the video yoga world. His stuff is pretty good especially for beginners. This one is a little advanced and helps build strength as well as tone and slimify. I find his ponytail both bewitching and oddly soothing."
"The first yoga dvd I ever purchased, this is still one of my favorites. Beryl is a great instructor and a fine role model as well. I would recommend all her dvds and books, if you can find them. Her instruction is very competent and dowen to earth."
"The entire "of Steel" system is a venreable grand-dad in the fitness dvd world. This one isn't fantastic but it's pretty good. It offers a lot of standard exercises and a musical soundtrack that sounds like it was scored by Terrence Trent Darby!"
"Oooh Tiffany Chen, she can balance my chakras anytime. Actually she's a well respected practioner of her family's style of Tai Chi. She definitley knows what she's doing. Nice production values too, if you know what I mean."
"Walking is the basis of any health and fitness program. Even if you're not healthy enough to pump yopur lats or blast your quads, most people are able to walk, if only a short distance. It's how I started to get into better shape. Build your fitness and health base by walking and then if you wish, you can move up fro there."