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5 Tips for Buying a Good Workout DVD That Doesn’t Totally Suck for You

good-dvd585With so many workout DVDs on the market, it’s easy to occasionally get hoodwinked by one or two. You think a dance workout will be totally fun and easy, yet the moves are so complicated it would take you years to master. Or you go to do a simple yoga DVD and end up needing everything but the kitchen sink. Or, worst of all, you spend three easy payments of $19.95 for a set of workout DVDs you end up never using because they’re just too darn hard. Sound familiar? Yeah, we’ve all made a workout-DVD mistake or two. But no longer!

Here on FBG, we review workout DVDs almost weekly, so we’re kind of like experts when it comes to separating the good workout DVDs from the not-so-good ones. And what makes a really good workout DVD for one person does not mean that it’ll be a fit for someone else. So with all of that in mind, we’ve put together a video with five tips to help you buy a good workout DVD for you.

Can’t see the video? Click here for tips to buy a good workout DVD.

Would you add any tips to ours? Have you ever bought a workout DVD that just wasn’t a fit? Or a really good workout DVD that seemed like it was made just for you? Tell us all about it, chicas! —Jenn

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