I enjoy them! I started with Richard Simmons tape, and had great results with them. Now that I'm in better shape, they're a little easy. So I've moved on to other stuff, but I still use his tapes when I need a light workout. I love the Broadway, and Latin Blast Offs the best! I also like his Supersweatin' Party one. It depends on how in shape you are.
"If you can DREAM it, you can DO it!" - Walt Disney
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I've tried his "sweatin' to the oldies." The music was really fun and it seems like a good way to begin getting interested in exercise, but i didn't really work up that much of a sweat. To really get a workout, i personally need something more rigorous.
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