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Old 01-21-20, 01:21 PM  
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WalkingOnlineWorkouts is $10 a month and you can easily pause for up to three months to take breaks.
It is my favorite sub and I am into my third year.
https://walkingonlineworkouts.vhx.tv/browse

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Old 01-21-20, 01:27 PM  
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Another vote for Cathe LIVE. I have officially become an enthusiast. She has 280 workouts now with metaoblic, HIIT, step, kickbox, weights, bootcamps and a new one each week for 9.97.
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Old 01-21-20, 02:07 PM  
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If you’re into barre style workouts, Callanetics is a good one.
https://www.callanetics.tv/
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Old 01-21-20, 03:00 PM  
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I love Melissa Wood Health. It's $9.99 a month, she puts out a new workout and schedule every Monday. Her workouts give quick results!
Can you tell me more about this method? How quick are the results, what kind of results, and how many days per week are ppl working out for the results?
Thanks so much
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Old 01-21-20, 09:00 PM  
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I'll be having about $10 to spare in my budget for another subscription. Any good recommendations for $10 or less?
All types of workouts, provided you yourself like them.
(I've been doing Mark Lauren on Demand and Original Strength On Demand which fall into this category, and recommend both of these to others.)
I have been thinking of trying the Mark Lauren streaming. I did a weekend original strength workshop several years ago. After that, was doing the rolling, rocking and crawling which helped my back after an injury but have not done it recently. I also have their first book. How do you use these 2 subscriptions together in a rotation and do you do anything else with them?
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Old 01-21-20, 10:33 PM  
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Coffeyfit Raw @ $6.99 per month
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Old 01-21-20, 10:49 PM  
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I have been thinking of trying the Mark Lauren streaming. I did a weekend original strength workshop several years ago. After that, was doing the rolling, rocking and crawling which helped my back after an injury but have not done it recently. I also have their first book. How do you use these 2 subscriptions together in a rotation and do you do anything else with them?
First, I have to say I came across Original Strength though Dan John's mention of how the program greatly helped him not only in rehabilitating his knees after replacement surgery but generally overall. The program seems to be popular among Pavel's followers and the KB community.

Mark Lauren's lastest two efforts, Bodyweight Training 2.0 and 90 Day Challenge seem to be to be very different from everything that came before -- incorporating some movements seen in Original Strength and focused more on mobility and functional movements. And they are both beautifully produced, especially Bodyweight Training 2.0. Luv them. -- You might try a 14-day trial subscription of Mark Lauren On Demand to look at them. The sub is $8.99 a month and I think well worth it.

This past month I subscribed to Original Strength On Demand ($10) and followed the Beginners Program, which was fine for me as I'm primarily interested in doing the "Resets" with all their variations and not so much with his "Bulletproofing" program, and which is quite expensive. None of the videos in the subscription are "work-alongs", they just demo moves giving you a routine.

Since I now have all of Mark Lauren's dvds I dropped my subscription after two months and will be dropping the Original Strength sub the end of this month. I've written out all of the routines of all the Mark Lauren workouts and of the Original Strength Beginner's Program.

Original Strength recommends doing a 10-minute Reset 2-3x a day. I'm intending to do at least 10 minutes every morning and perhaps a second session later on in the day. Just as everyone else, I am amazed at the benefits of crawling (baby/leopard/spiderman). A "reset" will now precede my usual "early morning practice" which incorporates, among other things, various Mark Lauren exercises, done without any media. I mainly use ML's media to refresh my memory or to learn the next progression.

And then interspersed throughout the day, almost every day, I do series of KB swings, sets of 5 submaximal deadlifts, etc, following Pavel's protocol and which I prefer to OS's "bulletproofing" program -- or at least this has precedence for me.

ETA: Mark Lauren On Demand does have material not out on dvd. It's a well-organized website with print outs and schedules.
ETA-2: And yes, I do other things besides, with media.
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Old 01-22-20, 11:55 AM  
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I second the recommendation of Chris Freytag's Get Healthy U TV - a year of streaming for $20 (with a code - CHRISGOLD20) with new workouts posted most every Monday and lots of rotation calendars available to follow. Hard to beat that deal.

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Thanks so much for the recommendation and Get Healthy U TV code. I was impressed with the FREE 10-min videos and decided to use the code to sign up for the Gold level membership! You can't beat $20 for one full year!
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Old 01-22-20, 12:16 PM  
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Faithful Workouts is $5.97/month
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Old 01-22-20, 01:00 PM  
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Faithful Workouts is $5.97/month
Thanks for posting about this. I checked out their website and they have DVDs. I ordered the set of 3. I'm not sure about the quality of the music since in some of the clips the music seemed kind of low, but it looks like something I will enjoy.

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