I just signed up for the trial offer for Daily Burn. How do those already signed up like the program?
I've been a member for 3 months. It's been great! I follow a program and add in Yoga, mobility and core exercises as I see fit. The weight tracking is very simple but nice, I just remember to weigh myself and log it every Monday morning (I started on a Monday).
I am working on the nutrition, the Ignite prep is very strict.
I have been using Daily Burn for about 4 months now. I like it so much that I quit my gym membership. Best workout site by far.
Although I took almost a month off after getting sick I have been with it since February. I love it too! I even went to a church retreat in the country during the middle of my first time through TBT and was able to stream the workouts over my iPhone and 4G! How awesome is that?!
I have lost over 30 pounds and am approaching my original goal weight. I had to stay focused on the program and not get caught up in seeing results immediately. One rep - one exercise - one day - at a time. However, I did see results even from the beginning - looking back.
I too started the 30 day trial after seeing it on Hulu about 100 times. I have encouraged my wife to try it and she has done some of the exercises on the Discovery side of the program (so she doesn't mess up my own workout program). We'll have to get her her own membership if she chooses to stick with it.
Congratulations on starting and best to you!
I love it! I was honestly pretty unsure whether I would when I signed up for the trial, but by the time the trial was up I knew I was going to keep this in my life. I'm shy about working out (or doing anything else physical) around other people, so being led through exercises while I'm alone in my house really helps me stick with it compared to going to a gym. The variety of workouts available is good, although I hope this is something they plan to keep expanding upon.
You've already gotten a lot of great answers, but I'll also chime in that I've been doing Daily Burn since the end of December and still love it. I've done True Beginner, Cardio Sculpt, Total Cardio, and am now doing Intelliburn. I'm also crossing my fingers that they add a Kickboxing program since those videos in the Cardio Sculpt series are my favorites.
I was already on a weight loss / healthier living regimen before I started Daily Burn, but overall I've lost 7 dress sizes and 85 lbs in what's coming up on a year. If I'm remembering correctly, half of that has been since joining Daily Burn, with definitely better progress in the toning and shaping department since joining.
Daily Burn really keeps me excited and looking forward to exercising. The trainers are great, the videos are challenging but with enough options of programs and modifiers that you can keep up at your own pace (whether that's higher or lower or right on track), and the options to do programs or use discover to mix things up keep it interesting. I actually live where going to the gym is time and cost prohibitive (it's almost 40 minutes one way to a gym), so Daily Burn is a life-saver for me. Plus, I personally think $10/month is a great deal.
I hope you stick with it, and best of luck in whatever you're looking to do to/for your body and your health!
I'm on day 6 and absolutely love it!!!! I usually have to work out in the morning or I won't do it, with this I've been working out in evening after work even if its 8pm!!! that has never happened!
My trial is just finishing and I am glad to continue on. I too saw the commercials on Hulu and once I saw Justin and the TB segment I had to check it out. To be honest many of the people featured in the commercial are intimidating. I am over 300lbs and have worked off 15 of them in my first 28days with Daily Burn. About to go round 2 and hoping to see more offerings from Justin in the future. I do however wish there was a "family plan."
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