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Gigabody Giveaway: A Must Have for the Cross Training Tool Box

Note: I received two months free with Gigabody through my partnership with Sweat Pink. No other compensation received. These opinions are my own.

If you have followed me for any length of of time. You know one thing.

My life is nuts.

So when the chance to check out Gigabody came my direction, I was interested. Gigabody gives you access to an on-demand workout library that has many options no matter what you are looking for. Founded in 2010 by Valerie Lanard after she was trying to find new and exciting workout DVD’s for her own journey and finding that she needed to have more options then just hunting and pecking through DVD’s. Gigabody was built to to combine the benefits of the best workout DVDs on the market with the ever-increasing benefits & convenience of the web.

Gigabody features training plans that incorporate their videos for various goals that one can be working on. It also makes recommendations of other trainers and videos to select based on your interests and whatever you have worked out to before. It also gives you options depending on how much time you have to workout. For me, when my workout time sometimes gets crunched and I only have 15-20 spare minuets.

There are so many options to workout with; no matter what you are looking for. There are dance videos, kickboxing, IMG_5471cardio, yoga, sculpting. You really never have to worry about getting board. I am still going through an making lists of the ones that I want to try.

My personal favorite is the Ballet/Barre series by Jennifer Galradi. Barre and Ballet is something I have wanted to try for awhile but I just have not had the time to go out and try a class. Right out of the gate, I love how Jennifer explains the workouts and the movements in such an easy way to understand. She also shows adaptations for people who are not ready or flat out flexible enough. I have been trying this one once to twice a week either in its full hour work out, or in pieces.

Gigabody is 8.99 a month (less then the cost of one new DVD a month) which makes it a great value. It ran really well from both my laptop and my cranky Ipad, which allowed me to take some of the hand weight workouts to the gym and to Seattle with me. As someone who is always looking for good cross training and right now handling off running conditioning. I love having this as a tool. I will be continuing with them.

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