Walk Away The Pounds

After hearing raves about this program from several of my fitness friends, before Christmas, I ordered Leslie Sansone’s Walk Away The Pounds DVD. This DVD has four levels of difficulty – one mile, two miles, three miles and four miles. Some of the programs use the weighted balls, and some use resistance bands. The DVD didn’t arrive until the new year, and with my new fitness classes, I hadn’t had a chance to try it.

I was feeling very tired all day today, and actually fell asleep on the bus ride home (not city transit – employer-provided transport). So when I got home, I decided to try the one mile walk, for a little pick-me-up. When it initially started I actually thought it might be too easy, but that 18 minutes is actually *quite* the cardio workout! Not like my BL Cardio Max DVD or the Wii BL game, but I was still sweating and had an increased heart rate.

What I really like is that the DVD is simple enough (no complicated steps) that my mom and I could do it together. She needs to ease into fitness, and this could potentially be a good way for us to motivate each other.

I have to say, I’m looking forward to trying the two mile walk sometime soon!

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Posted on January 22, 2010, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. how does it work? If you are out walking the mile, how do you follow the DVD? Is it a mile in your living room? I'm intrigued …

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