Sweating it with Fitness Blender

It seems like lately everyone is getting more and more concerned about being healthy and fit. Therefor, new diets and training programs are born every day.

I have to start this post by saying that I’m definitely not a gym kind of person. Unless you are followed by a good personal trainer or you are one, gym to me seems like a waist of time and money. That being said, I can tell you about how much I love Kelli and Daniel’s Fitness Blender channel and all of their work-outs.

I found out about Fitness Blender a few years ago when I was on youtube searching for a good HIIT (high intensity interval training) video. I am not a very active person, I tried jogging, but my mind and my knees weren’t too much into it. On the other part, I would occasionally do pilates and yoga and really love both of them, but I couldn’t really commit to one. So I said I would give HIIT a try too, seeing how I can totally do it at home watching videos (oh how I love technology!). And here comes Fitness Blender. What can I say?! It was love at first sight!

I started up with the video above and just in a week or two I was already seeing the results – my body was more tight and I felt like I could jog way easier than before. It was amazing! But after a while my knees would start to hurt (I have old people problems haha) so I saw they have videos for low impact too. They have such a big array of videos that there has to be something that fits you. Now I am back to pilates with them and I love it! They also have programs on their website  that you can buy and personalize for your own needs. What I like even more is that they seems so kind as people, and they let you know that they have struggles just like you, they are not robots that everything comes perfect to.

So if you are thinking about working out and are not into gyms or gym fees, try them out. I am sure you will end up loving them too. Let me know what you do to stay healthy and fit!

Doina

Co-founder of The Smoke Detector, social media manager, writer, art lover, dog-petter, music listener.

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