I have the same question out there. I tried going barefoot, was able to do the floor and upper body exercises, but could not run in place or do jacks effectively.
Cool, I working on my balance to go barefoot. I tried the barefoot option for a couple of weeks, I found I could not jog in place or do jacks effectively.
I started out using a name brand running shoe, but switched to (believe it or not) a rafting or water sandal, with a closed toe. I noticed that some of demonstrators use a wrestling shoe, which would provide ankle support.
The new fuel (Fuel-6) was released earlier this week. I just got my first tub (of vanilla) , tastes good, flour consistency (my previous protein was more granular). My only concern is that it's a 20 day supply, would have preferred a 30 so I can order the same time each month.
There is a post by Justin recommending Cardio Sculpt after True Beginner. I did Core (had trouble with the Animal Core workout, due to my weight). Then I tried Total Cardio, It was too tough for me.
Now I am doing Cardio Sculpt. It is going well. Some of the workouts I like a lot, some not so much; I do use the Discovery link to find similar workouts from instructors I enjoy without changing the program. (JR has a number of workouts that are not in programs, if you like his workouts).
A dumbbell strength training workout program could be a great addition.
I've been using the PlantFusion protein mix ($31 with Amazon Prime), but I think I may try this next month.
I haven't had any additional or hidden charges and I've switched Programs. Done additional workouts (using the Discover link) on my days off from work.
Yeah, I know what you mean. Daily Burn really helps eliminate excuses.
I joined the end of March and have really enjoyed it.
I just took a look at the DBK Turkish Getup and the Swing Clinics, they both look like they could be good "wake-up"/loosen up routines.
I've been working on eliminating the evil 6 for a few months now. I found an affordable plant protein powder (PlantFusion) on Amazon.com
I made the mistake of buying an adjustable weight kettlebell, in anticipation of doing the DBK program...it adjusts from 5-20 pounds, then I watched a few videos about selecting the correct weight, including one by Cody (you can find it under the LIFE tab at the top of the page).
I've started web searching every piece of personal workout equipment I see and then price comparing different models on large retail websites. Sometimes customer reviews can be helpful.
There are a lot of blogs and YouTube videos out there.
I have been doing the same thing; I alternate between the Mobility 15 and the Supreme Stretch in the morning before doing my scheduled workout. I tried the Full Mobility, I'm just too heavy to support my body on my arms for the sit-throughs.
I counted 10 flow workouts (9 in the Yoga program and 1 in the DB15 program) , 4 stretching/recovery Yoga workouts, 2 clinics (handstand and meditation), the pregnancy/new parent series, the Supreme Stretch workout with Judy includes Yoga poses.
The flows in the Yoga program get difficult fast, they are a nice challenge, but they could be the most difficult workouts on the entire site.