Lisa Whelchel’s Everyday Workout for the Everyday Woman

Alright, I probably haven't mentioned this before, but I detest exercising. Detest it. I live in the city and I get my exercise by walking everywhere. Literally. I'm one of the women who you see carrying the toddler on her back in a carrier, and also carrying multiple grocery bags, and possibly my 7 year olds' school backpack. Most of the time I push a stroller that is packed to capacity with bags, gear for the child, and the child. (I know that daily I push 40+ pounds uphill.)

I was sent an email about reviewing Lisa Whelchel’s Everyday Workout for the Everyday Woman and I thought, "why not try it out?" I'm an everyday woman and mother, and I could use a little kick start into exercising. Lisa says, "I'm an everyday woman when it comes to fitness. I know exercise is the key for my health and well-being, but I don't always enjoy doing it. And as a busy working mom, I have a hard time fitting workouts into my schedule. But I've learned that having fun with exercise can make all the difference. So I've teamed up with trainer Janice Clark to demonstrate two safe, sane, and effective workouts for women of all shapes and sizes." She adds, " If you're an everyday woman who wants to be healthier, stronger, more energetic, and have a looser waistband, follow us and have some fun!" I could use some more energy for sure since I get 5 broken hours of sleep a night....

Lisa and trainer Janice Clark are joined by two other ladies so that three options for each move can be shown and followed. Light weights and a mat are all the equipment that is needed and somehow I already have these.

I recommend Lisa Whelchel’s Everyday Workout for the Everyday Woman - I did have some fun because I wasn't intimidated by the workout. Plus my little Maddie kept trying to join me on my mat which was amusing. Perhaps if I keep up my workouts I can counter balance all of the Baileys, wine, and chocolate I'm going to consume this holiday season.

* Yes, if you were a child/teen of the 80's then you'll remember Lisa Whelchel as Blair from The Facts of Life. She was also on some show called Survivor....

I received a DVD copy of Lisa Whelchel’s Everyday Workout for the Everyday Woman for my review. All opinions and reviews expressed are my own.

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