I second Pilates!!!
I personally don't because I most of the workouts on DB follow a circuit training style format: Utilizing different combos of compound strength training moves that elevate your heart rate. So you are getting cardio and strength training all at the same time.
I have been vegan for about 2 years now. I did Ignite and now I'm on Balance (Its totally possible for all those who might be wondering!) I had been a vegetarian for many years and just wanted to see what being a vegan was like. At first I was a junk food vegan so it took me a while to get into the groove. 2 things really helped me in transitioning.
1. I did alot of experimenting and found great vegan swaps for foods I like and enjoy like Coconut Ice Cream, Daiya Cheese, Cashew Sour Cream (really cashew anything to make things creamy), Vegenaise, Flax Eggs for baking, Nutritional Yeast and Hemp Milk. If there is something you like, there is most likely a vegan swap for it!
2. I started by looking up a couple of vegan recipes that were REALLY simple to make (think Baked Potato HA!) and made them over and over again until I knew them by heart. I gradually kept adding more and more into my rotation.
I personally find that being vegan is cheaper (especially now that I don't use faux meat or many soy products *thanks Ignite*), gives me greater mental clarity, better dental check-ups (says my dentist haha), cleared up my skin and overall I just feel like I'm doing something really positive!
Almond Dream and Pacific are great. I prefer hemp milk. It has the most milk-like texture and taste and 0g of sugar!