I've decided to leave Daily Burn. It is a great site and I have almost no problems with it, but I have started a different fitness regimen and no longer have need of it.
But before I go, a thought that maybe someone with power over the structure of the site will see and pass on: I do sometimes like to do single videos to add something different, but I don't do it often enough anymore to pay $10 a month. I would be more than willing to pay a single fee every time I, as a nonmember, would use a video. I think it would be a good idea to consider including an option like that; not only will it bring in extra money for people like me, but, chances are, people who start out with that option will end up paying for a full subscription if they come back often enough.
Just some food for thought. Thank you Daily Burn! Adios!
Your "rest" days can be spent doing something like yoga or Supreme Stretch with Judi. That way you're still doing something, but it's not intensive. Working through too much soreness could cause injury, so be careful! It's better to rest and come back then it is to work yourself into a debilitating injury.
The soreness should go down the more you work out; your muscles just aren't used to the work is all. Once you are working out consistently, you'll start to feel less soreness.
I need to strengthen my upper body. Biceps/Triceps, Shoulders, Chest, and Back muscles as well.
What are some of your favorite and most effective workouts here on Daily Burn that target those areas? It doesn't have to be designed for those areas, as long as those areas get work.
I'm finding with these programs, Cardio Sculpt in particular, that the real success can be measured in inches. Mainly because as you're losing fat and inches, you're gaining muscle, which is heavier than fat. 2-4 pounds in two months seems like nothing but it feels like so much when you're getting stronger and healthier!! =D
I've been told all my life that a workout needs to be long in order to be effective. Daily Burn claims otherwise, but I'm still unsure. What do you all know about it?
I feel your pain. I work in a restaurant so I have trouble with keeping a regular and healthy eating schedule too. I, too, would like to see what people suggest for this because I struggle with it as well. I'm too busy making food during normal hours, so when it's my turn to eat, it's late. =[
I started my trial on Daily Burn about a week and a half ago to try to get some regularity back into my workout schedule. I'm 23 and have worked out on and off for the last few years (moving back and forth for college multiple times a year, and a college workload in general, really did a number on my consistency.)
I did Cardio Sculpt for a week, and found myself not challenged enough on some of the workouts. I figured if I was already feeling that way about it, maybe another program would be better for me. I switched to Intelliburn, but it's making me pick my own workouts every day, no calendar. I kind of want a schedule so I don't have any doubts about whether I'm making wise decisions or not. My goals are simply to lose weight, but more importantly, inches. What programs have you all found success with and think I should try?