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January DVD Review: Peak 10 Cardio Interval Burn

Written on January 31, 2011 at 2:38 pm , by

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Torch calories with this new DVD! (Photo courtesy of Amazon.com)

Jenna and I, your fearless fitness crew here at The Fit Stop, will be sampling the latest workout DVDs and highlighting our top picks here each month. Want to sweat along with us? We’ll also give you the lowdown about what equipment you’ll need and where you can pick up the DVD yourself!

January’s Top Workout DVD: Michelle Dozois’ Peak 10 Cardio Interval Burn

Best for: Those with short attention spans, cardio cravers.

Why it’s a star: Dozois keeps you moving constantly during this hour-long workout, progressing through “Basecamp,” “Ascent,” “Climb” and the heart-pumping 30-second “Peak” category. The speedometer-like timer at the bottom of the screen keeps you motivated (“I’m already halfway through the climb!”). During the five, 10-minute circuits, Dozois builds the choreography in a natural way from start to finish. Bonus: No equipment needed…Well, except a towel to mop up your sweat!

Where to get it: Peak 10 Cardio Interval Burn ($19.99, getpeak10.com)

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    great blog

  • http://www.shoopdawhoopman.com Fernando

    great site, I’ve been reading it since last month.

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    Very useful, thanks.

  • http://www.foodfitnessandfamilyblog.com/ Madeline @FoodFitandFam

    Awesome post!  While I am a SAHM I still have to schedule my workouts within the family schedule to make it work.  The point is if you have the will you can find a way.  Awesome tips ;)

  • Carrascoblanca

    Keep in mind that you will probably not be working out seven days a week like you might have been before. Aim to schedule two to three times a week, and as you get more familiar with your family’s new schedule, you will be able to add an extra day or an extra 30 min little by little.