Awesome! I love the site and the workouts I've done so far. It will be nice to see them on my TV instead of on my small iPhone screen on the floor. Thanks for the quick reply!
Right click on the "View Full Calendar" link and in the menu that appears, click on "Open Link in new Tab" or "Open Link in new Window" (or whatever iteration happens to appear for your browser; mine is Firefox). It should open up a plain page with your calendar on it.
Microsoft introduced an app store for Xbox live not too long ago and new video apps are launched all the time. I'm wondering if you folks are planning to release a DailyBurn app for this platform?
It's on the main workout page. On the right side next to the comments section, there is a "This Week" section and at the bottom there is a "View Full Calendar" link.
I've done 1 and a half cycles of TBT (my first cycle I ended up missing too many days in a row so I started over) so far and I've started it again this week. My plan is to keep doing it until I can complete each workout using the level 3 moves. During the first cycle, on recovery days, I peppered in some of the DB15 workouts, but for now I'm going to stick with TBT entirely.
Are you talking week to week or day to day? Weight can fluctuate greatly from day to day.
I'm almost 2 weeks in. I was leaning toward picking up where I left off, but wasn't sure what was recommended for the program. Thanks!
I am currently following the TBT program. Thanks to a cold and then a blackout thanks to the blizzard this past weekend, I've missed out on 4 days of TBT and now I'm really behind. Should I start over, pick up where I left off or skip ahead to where the calendar is at now?
I haven't looked at Inferno, but I'm a little over a week into TBT and I feel like I'm doing amazing things with it. I've never seen some of the moves that are in this program before and I feel like people (read: my lazy friends) would be impressed by the sit-thrus and base switches alone. LOL
But in all seriousness, I feel like I work everything with each TBT workout. Plus, I'm learning yoga and self-myofascial release and mobility drills. It's extensive and well-rounded. I don't know how that compares to Inferno, but I really like TBT so far.
From the top menu bar, click on "Workouts." On the next screen choose, "Discover." Pick the program that most meets your needs or interests you the most. For me, I've chosen TBT. It's a 28 day program. On the "Workouts" home page, you can click on "Calendar," and it'll show you what you've got coming up for the duration of the program. I like to think of it as choosing a DVD set lives in the cloud.
Depends on how you feel. If your symptoms were "above the neck," then you're pretty much in the clear. So long as you don't have a fever, you should be okay to go.
I don't know much about Ignite, so I don't know if it requires you to weigh yourself frequently. I do know that weighing yourself often can be frustrating, because it fluctuates. From livestrong.com: "Everyone experiences weight fluctuations. Women retain water periodically due to hormone shifts. High-sodium intake contributes to water retention. Some medications can contribute to weight changes."
Also, are you weighing yourself at the same time, each time? Some recommend weighing yourself in the morning after "using the facilities" but before you eat or drink anything. Weighing yourself at the beginning of the day one day and then at the end of the day the next will undoubtedly give you different results.
Any yummy alternatives to just veggies?
Depending on your diet and all sorts of other factors (gender, age, current weight, etc.) you could start seeing results on the scale after a week. Assuming you're looking to lose weight and burn fat there are so many other ways to measure results. Take a picture of yourself from the front and side and compare it to a month from now. You might see a difference! Aside from that, take your measurements (chest, waist, belly, etc) and do it again in a month and if you're consistent with your diet and exercise, you may see a difference. We just took my wife's measurements today after a month of her working out and trying to get rid of all her baby weight, and already she's lost at least a 1/2 inch in all areas and as much as 1.5 inches! Not only that, but you may see your clothes fit differently. Since I've begun working out consistently and eating better over the past couple of months, my pants are looser and I can tighten my belt four notches tighter than when I started! So there are a myriad ways to see results.
Looking into it some more, I've found that 1-2 pounds is recommended mostly because it's an attainable goal to set each week. The point is to set reasonable goals that you can reach, otherwise if you set an unrealistic goal and you don't reach it week after week, you may get discouraged and quit because "what's the point?" might set in.