Tune your ipod up! Free trial of Ipodfitness

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dawn0001

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Posted: 15 Nov 2008, 08:22
https://www.podfitness.com/signup/signupquart?promo=QUARTP

You can pump up your ipod with your music and a personal trainer's voice/training tips to ramp up your workout.

Get your first download free through the 10 day trial offer Smile

From their site:
Start-to-finish fitness plan, created just for you
Expert coaching right on your MP3 player
Dozens of world-class trainers to choose from
You choose where and when you work out
Your own music sets the pace for every workout
Thousands of audio exercises mean you’re never stuck with boring workouts

Enjoy!!
gug

Joined: Oct 07
Posts: 209

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Posted: 22 Nov 2008, 14:21
In order to get first download free, you have to give your credit card number. I don't give this out to anyone.
dawn0001

Joined: Nov 07
Posts: 497

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Posted: 24 Nov 2008, 15:35
I use Pay Pal for things like this. With their plug in they generate a new card number for each transaction you make. That way none of these websites has your actual information available to them....just a thought...



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