Yesterday’s workout kicked my butt—and I liked it! Tanja Djelevic, the same fitness instructor from my crosstrain disc DVD, also teaches this one. Broken down by lower body, upper body, and back and abs, each 20-minute session challenges your entire body and core. I’m hoping on repeat runthroughs of the program, I’ll get better. I had some trouble on some of the movements, plus I’m working with a limited portion of my living room.
A promising sign was that going into the workout, I had started getting a headache. But having almost two weeks off since the last workout, I wanted to challenge myself to get back into it. Plus this was a Netflix movie that I wanted to return. By the time I finished the workout, my headache has somewhat subsided. It still lingered in the background, but I didn’t need to take anything and it didn’t slow me down. How cool.
The true test will be how I feel 24 hours after the workout.
As far as the remaining workout tapes, I decided to pitch the VHS. I just won’t use them, and I know it. So instead I’m exploring Netflix’s workout collection to find other DVDs. I’ve also heard about online subscriptions that I may try out. Ideally, I would hook my laptop to my TV so the screen was bigger, so maybe when I figure that all out, I can try those out too.
Later this week, I have another Kathy Kaelher workout and a couple of Jillian Michaels DVDs to try.