Familiar with the challenges of adding in a workout routine I found an unconventional route. As I was looking through Netflix I saw many workout videos. At first I wondered why anyone would rent a workout video. You would get in the mail, workout with it for a short time, and then have to send it back. It didn’t seem to be a consistent way to workout, in my opinion. Then I realized that many of the videos were also streaming. Streaming is when you can watch a Netflix movie, TV show, etc., on your computer or TV instantly. I quickly added in many to my queue.
Working out with Netflix as a partner has many advantages:
You do not have to purchase videos you later either wish you did not or do not benefit you.
Simply, you do not have to purchase a video or DVD. This is especially helpful if you already have a Netflix account anyway.
You can try many different types of routines from dance aerobics to Pilates from your living room.
You can exercise when you want.
You can avoid getting burned out by having access to plenty of options right at your fingertips.
You can exercise in the comfort of your own home.
As long as you have a Netflix subscription you can access your workout routines.
Now, I do not work for Netflix nor was I paid or compensated for this post. I was thrilled to learn I could work out as easily as watch a movie! Many of the workout videos in my queue are ten minute tone ups so I have plenty of options to keep me from getting bored. You can also select to have DVDs sent to your home. Due to their policy on not having late fees you can keep a DVD as long as you wish. So, go ahead and work out to Dancing with the Stars for six weeks and then turn it back in for something else. This is a great deal for those who already have a Netflix subscription.