Mine is gone too.
There are some great and fun toning and strength workouts. I like Resistance Band Glory, Kettlebell Circuit, JR's Strength workouts, etc. Try a bunch of different ones to find something you'll like.
I love the Cardio Sports drills. The Upper and Lower body workouts by Kearia are tough and get you sweating. Fun fun fun!!!
This is the guide I used:
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I've found that the advanced moves in the medium workouts can make them pretty hard. I'm not sure what criteria is used to determine where each workout falls.
I've been using IntelliBurn. After answering the questionnaire it taylors the workouts to your ability. Once I can do the advanced moves of these workouts I'll move on to Inferno.
Just go to "Workouts" and then "Discover" then you can pick additional workouts. After you complete the workout you'll get the points. There is a great filter feature to find something interesting.
Any success stories out there?
I was wondering the same thing but every time I was sore from a couple of days of strength training along came an easy cardio or recovery workout. So, I'm still trusting the program. I haven't felt over or under trained yet.
I was having that problem on my Roku box. Now, I just sign out when I'm finished working out. When I sign back in the next day my new workout is there. When I just refreshed the screen the workout didn't change.
I've doing the Daily Burn workouts for 2 weeks and have lost about 4 pounds. I had about 20 to lose. A lot depends on your current weight and how much you need to lose.
It all comes down to burning more calories than you take in.
I'm very interested. I'm going to do IntelliBurn through the end of the month and then give it a try. I was surprised to see that its a 3 month program. Should be fun.
I've been doing the videos (Intelliburn) and have lost 3 pounds since the 1st.
How do you know you are not getting enough protein? Sounds like you are getting a good amount. What are you using to determine your protein needs?
I just did this workout yesterday as part of IntelliBurn.