If you’re like most people, you’re busy. With a capital B. And I know that, as the new year dawns and the weather worsens, you want to get in shape and you probably don’t want to have to go far to do it. These are all reasons I started working out at home a number of years ago.
Some people prefer the structure of a gym/studio for exercise. But if you’re a homebody like me or you just want to get a routine going without feeling as if you have an audience, please save the money (and space) and go online instead. I have over 500 workout videos on my computer now and even I get bored. I went looking for an alternative that would allow me to get my daily 30 minutes (without changing out of my PJs) and I found Daily Burn and their free 30-day trial and I wanted to share it with you.
To give Daily Burn a try without commitment, you first have to answer a few basic questions so they can tailor their recommendations. Now, as with any of these free trials on almost every site, you will need to provide payment information but you can cancel any time within those 30 days if you aren’t happy. You do so right from your Daily Burn account; no phone calls necessary. If you stick with it, it’s only $12.95 a month, or you can purchase an annual membership which works out to $10 per month (I’m waiting to hear back from Daily Burn to confirm that these are US funds but I suspect they are) - far less than membership fees at most gyms, even with an exchange taken into account. Read the rest of this entry »