News Forums PS1000 Plan Phase 1 PIYO

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    Jennifer Daniels
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    Question has anyone ever tried PIYO. I am looking for a program to build some muscle definition and I am trying not to have to go to the gym.

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    I love PIYO. I bought my program from BeachBody and it gives me a wonderful workout. It is low impact but boy do I work up a sweat. I love the definition I get from it and I switch it up with a few other programs so that I don’t plateau when my body starts adjusting to the moves I make. Find a program you love and have fun!!

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    Jennifer Schellenberg
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    I wanted to try PIYO, but I am passed 70 and don’t know if my 40 pound overweight body can handle the moves. Suggestions?

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    I have and currently using it, I love it. Its a low impact workout that anyone can use. I would describe myself as intermediate but still find some of the exercises a little challenging. They have modified versions that I started with and I progressed from there. I even started the ones you incorporate the sliders, oh my they are great.

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    Paula Gunning
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    It’s good to know there are modified moves. The ads on TV make it look brutal, so I discounted PIYO as an option. (I have a damaged knee and foot/ankle). Can anyone tell me if doing PIYO is possible with these limitations?
    Walmart’s website listed exercise programs (DVDs) designed for seniors, plus size exercise, PIYO, and many others. You may find something that you can comfortably do, Jennifer.

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    Paula, I think you can PiYO. The modified versions are great especially with someone who has been injured. You will benefit with the definition you get and strength. A lot of the exercises are on the yoga mat. The exercises ranges from 20 mins and the longest is about 40 mins [I would stay from that one for now until you are comfortable]. You get a variety of videos. They have a cardio one included, there isn’t much jumping and that is what I was looking for. I do kettlebell lifting too but I always go back to PiYO.

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