I'll be watching this thread, I want to get something like body pump to do at home too! And yoga if anyone has any recommendations for a yoga one (not too hard, haven't done any yoga for about 3 years!) Sorry to hijack your thread OP!
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06-01-2013 22:52 #11Senior Member
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06-01-2013 22:56 #12Senior Member
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Re: Fitness DVD recommendations?
No worries, annabella. The more, the merrier.
I did get the michelle bridges ones, which are good, but it felt like my vagina was going to fall out at some point. Probably too much jumping not long after birth.
Would love a pilates dvd as well.
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