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Weight Loss #6


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Fayth Caruso

More than halfway there! We continue instructing Paige on using the bellicon for a full cardio workout, not excluding the planks!

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Vicky

Looping this twice is very doable if you factor in a repeat warmup/ coordination and double stretch; it's not bad at all! :D Love it! 

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tiziana castiglioni

Core strengthening is so important to tone up those flopping bits you get when you lose weight: planks work on arms, abs, glutes and legs! Loved this video!

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Jennifer Moloney

i like the hip flexed oblique twist 

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Annette lockhart

Love it 

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Gina Wallace

Nice quick workout before work! 

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Susan Marsh

Great, quick workout!  Thank you Fayth!

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Sadie Too

I have really enjoyed this series. When I got my Bellicon 2 months ago I could barely finish 5 minutes. Now I am able to stay with the pace and finish these workouts. When will 7-10 be available?

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Melissa White

Love this series of workouts. I've had my Bellicon a little over a week and I'm looking forward to the rest of the cardio workouts![:01:]

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Lee Bridgewater

When will video 7 through 10 be available to complete the series?

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Sadie Too

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When will video 7 through 10 be available to complete the series?

Lee I asked you a question on another thread. It looks like you order softer bungees.  Did you find it more difficult to do the workouts with the softer bungees, therefore more beneficial?

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Lee Bridgewater

Hi Sadie, sorry I missed your original message - I do find the workouts using the softer bungees more beneficial overall, as I found with the stronger bungees they appeared to work my leg muscles more, so probably better for toning and muscle work, I guess everyone is different though. I felt that I can always move onto the stronger bungees if I need to do more intense workout's if that makes sense, so having both bungees would be more beneficial long term. Hope that helps.

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Nancy Walker

How can you call this a level 7 workout? The warm-up is ridiculously simple and there is no energy expended at all....This should be a level 4 program..

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Sadie Too

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Hi Sadie, sorry I missed your original message - I do find the workouts using the softer bungees mor...

Lee, sorry to be dense but kind of confused. Which provided you with more intense workout--the softer or stronger cords?

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Felix Kunhardt

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Lee, sorry to be dense but kind of confused. Which provided you with more intense workout--the softe...

Hi Sadiepo - the softer the bungees, the more challenging the workout. It sounds strange at first but when you do the workouts you realize it's true. You can easily do fast workouts on stronger bungees, but try to do the fast workouts on the soft bungees - that makes your legs do all the work, not the bungees. Hope that helps as an orientation [:01:] 

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