So, I've contacted the Walking Off the Weight program to see about doing a review of the new Walk-Eat-Lose program online. I'm planning on journaling my progress, sharing tips and ideas that will be beneficial to Fibromyalgia patients - and everyone else too.
I've done several of the Leslie Sansone videos at home and also have one of their older programs. It's a 4 DVD program that uses an incline step and 1 # balls with the videos. It's wonderful. I really like the idea that it focuses on weight loss through movement and as you lose weight be being more active you tend to start eating better naturally.
On the website:
This is MULTI-MUSCLE walking; not what you do in a typical stroll around the block. We put ALL MUSCLES in MOTION and in many directions. The arms work the upper body, the core muscles fire to get that tummy area slim and the legs move in new directions for MAXIMUM MUSCLE ACTIVATION!
The NEW Walk-Eat-Lose program is a 7 DVD walking program where you can walk at home in your living room, bedroom - where ever you have an area that you can move in. I've done the 1 and 2 mile walks and I've always been amazed how fast they go by and you really do work up a sweat and work off calories.
Would you like to join me in January?
I'm going to set up a Linky where everyone participating can add themselves to it so we can follow and encourage each other and see how you're doing. Set up a page on your blog where you can journal your experience. You can keep track of whatever your focus is - exercise, weight loss, eating healthier, etc - and I'd like to ask everyone to be sure to update your journal 1-2 x's a week!
If you are interested in joining me with this accountability group, please click on the Walk At Home link and order your Walk-Eat-Lose program or if you'd prefer to join the Walk at Home Club you can do that instead. The Walk at Home Club is nice because you can actually work out and do a different workout each day - you just download it on your computer and go. It's perfect for working at home, the office, travelling - it's really versatile.
Post a comment below and be sure to add your email address so I can set up a newsletter for the group.
You can add your email this way to avoid the little spambots:
Let me know your thoughts and ideas....
Tina "The Book Lady"