Can there be a new workout between True Beginner and Cardio Sculpt?
This is my plan...I am repeating true beginner. I changed it on my calender. I will squat lower and move fast. When it is not challenging enough I will move on however I will move slower and more precisely even if it means I only do 1 or 2 in the beginning. I have over 100 pounds to lose. I was going to the gym some days I would do 4 or 5 classes struggling to keep up and getting discouraged. I would get more conditioned but would eventually pull something stop for a long time the struggle to get back to the gym. We can do this with dailyburn and go at our own pace and not work about keeping up we will get there. We can win this battle once and for all! I hope this helps.
I agree with all the responses. I am having a hard time figuring out what to do next. I finished the first month of True Beginner and for this past month, I have been rotating through the three videos at level 2. I am ready to move on but can't find a good fit. A level 3 would be great!
I am doing cardio sculpt now too, finished daily burn on monday and it is a huge change even with the modifiers. I am mostly trying to stay moving during the cardio portion and focusing on the key aspects. if it is BHT make sure I do good squats and lunges, ect. I know that the more I build up in the work out the more efficient I will get with it and eventually be up on the harder parts
I, too wish there was an intermediate program (by Justin.) I've picked up an 8 pound soft kettle bell to hold during squats. I also use it in Stabiliby and Mobility for the backward lunges, during Core 2 for the inch backs, and glute bridges. Since I know that, for example a forward lunge can involve a kick and a punch, I throw them in right away, same as for the side lunges. I don't want to restart the program at level 1, so I made up my own calendar incorporating the level 2 Core, Strength and Cardio, and Stability and Mobility.
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