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Need a New Exercise DVD? Watch Video Previews Here

Fitness DVDs aren't cheap, so if you spend the dough, you want to know it's worth it. The best way to know? Watch a little clip.

Acacia made it easy for you to preview its videos online. Just go to its You Tube website, and you can view short video clips of over 50 fitness DVDs. I love this company because it makes some of the best fitness videos that include yoga, cardio, dance, and martial arts. I've reviewed and loved many Acacia videos such as Core Fusion and Strong Body, Ageless Mind. Now you can peruse its entire collection and see a sneak preview before you buy them.

To see a clip of a video I'm really excited about

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Since I love Shiva Rea, I'm really excited to give this DVD a try.

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sm8 sm8 6 years
exercise on demand - great workouts
Sinazucar Sinazucar 6 years
PS: I rented Bodysculpt and I LOVE it.
Beaner Beaner 6 years
I love Body Sculpt too. I like Acacia's DVDs. Lots of yoga ones to choose from.
Advah Advah 6 years
Nice tip! I've recently ordered the Body Sculpt DVD, and I love it! And boy do the work outs hurt..
SunnyMutt SunnyMutt 6 years
Thanks for the heads up. I have heard a lot of rave reviews about the Hemalayaa Bollywood workouts but now I get to see clips of them! I can't wait to try one of the dvds now.
Sinazucar Sinazucar 6 years
Budget idea #3 go to http://www.beyou.tv/ Lots of great dvd's and workouts there (including Shiva Rea's).
ErikaAli21 ErikaAli21 6 years
Another cheap idea: If you have Comcast go to OnDemand and check out the exercise section. They have a lot of great quick workouts and change them all the time. www.runeatgrow.blogspot.com
ErikaAli21 ErikaAli21 6 years
Another cheap idea: If you have Comcast go to OnDemand and check out the exercise section. They have a lot of great quick workouts and change them all the time. www.runeatgrow.blogspot.com
juliet juliet 6 years
Even cheaper: borrow them from the library! (I love you, Chicago Public Lib!!) ;-)
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