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Ellie1972

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Posted: 21 Feb 2011, 23:14
Has anyone tried turbo fire with Chalene? I've just started it today and just wondered what other thought about it?
thqueenbe

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Posted: 22 Feb 2011, 07:24
I'm jealous! I want it soooo bad, but it's so expensive! I'd be interested to hear what others think as well!
AlgaeGirl

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Posted: 04 Mar 2011, 11:17
I've tried a few of the TurboFire workouts. I already had TurboJam, so I think it was easier for me to pick up the routines from the get-go without watching the New to Class segments.

I think they're really fun, and I do like the music. And I love the Stretch 10 class. I always felt most workout DVDs skimped on the cool-down and stretching aspects.

I just have to remind myself, that like TurboJam, it's going to take days, if not weeks, of doing the routines before I can do them without tripping over my own feet in certain parts. (I often go right when I should go left, or start with the wrong lead!)


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