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    Question Help with Moving Frequently at a Slow Pace

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    Hey everyone
    New here -- I have a ton of workout dvds that I truly love and wondered if you could help me categorize them into the right areas. I'm hoping several of them will fit into the "move frequently" category.

    Turbo Fire
    Walk away the pounds (obvious)
    Hip Hop Abs
    Zumba
    Dance with Julianne: Cardio Ballroom
    Carmen Electra
    Pussy Cat Dolls Workout
    Tracy Anderson Method Mat Workout
    Carmen Electra's Advanced Aerobic Strip Tease
    Jillian's 30 Day Shred
    Shiva Rea's Yoga Shatki

    Thanks so much!

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    Shiva Rea's Yoga Shatki

    I don't know about the others but I have this one and it's awesome. I wouldn't classify it as either but I'd work this one in once a week for sure. 2 strength, 1 sprint and 1 of the 90min ones and your golden.

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    I have an hour lunch at work and I walk all around the city during it...

    Not running... just walking... in the end it's about 2.5 miles a day of walking... I put on my headphones and listen to music and enjoy the weather!
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    Leisurely walking is moving at a slow pace. Yoga and/or pilates could work as well and those can be considered play as well. I walk on breaks at work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arthurb999 View Post
    Shiva Rea's Yoga Shatki

    I don't know about the others but I have this one and it's awesome. I wouldn't classify it as either but I'd work this one in once a week for sure. 2 strength, 1 sprint and 1 of the 90min ones and your golden.
    I love Shiva Rea too! She is an amazing instuctor! So are you saying for the week: 2 strength, 1 sprint, One Shiva Rea workout and one 90 minute workout video from above?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thehallowprince View Post
    I have an hour lunch at work and I walk all around the city during it...

    Not running... just walking... in the end it's about 2.5 miles a day of walking... I put on my headphones and listen to music and enjoy the weather!
    Sounds lovely! I have the walking part down -- and love it. Just want to be able to switch it up a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geostump View Post
    Leisurely walking is moving at a slow pace. Yoga and/or pilates could work as well and those can be considered play as well. I walk on breaks at work.
    Hmm I think I'll categorize yoga as play hours. I work from home, so I think I may start walking after lunch.

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    Take.a.walk.it's.Springtime
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    Get out and get your Vitamin D fix via osmosis and walk walk walk!

    Monday, if the weather's good, I'm doing my first "chocolate walk" of the season. It's where I walk 3 miles to my favorite bakery, The Chocolate (don't worry, they have a fruit tart, I can just have the fruit, lol), then a few more miles to Amano chocolate, then home. It's 6 miles round trip.

    Later this month or next I will walk 5+ miles to Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, and 5 miles back. (mmm, chocolate apple)

    Now THAT'S moving frequently, SLOWLY (esp with a belly full of chocolate)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    Get out and get your Vitamin D fix via osmosis and walk walk walk!

    Monday, if the weather's good, I'm doing my first "chocolate walk" of the season. It's where I walk 3 miles to my favorite bakery, The Chocolate (don't worry, they have a fruit tart, I can just have the fruit, lol), then a few more miles to Amano chocolate, then home. It's 6 miles round trip.

    Later this month or next I will walk 5+ miles to Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, and 5 miles back. (mmm, chocolate apple)

    Now THAT'S moving frequently, SLOWLY (esp with a belly full of chocolate)
    I absolutely love this! I'd walk 10 miles for dark chocolate!!!

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