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  1. Trying this today! I have been doing a lot of cardio with no real changes in caloric intake but I think I might have gained weight. Did some reading and it would seem that sometimes one can gain weight doing mainly cardio if not combined with enough strength training. Is that right? I don't want to become super muscular-looking but I don't want to gain weight either. How can I (without starving) achieve the best possible outcome for myself? Thank you!

  2. Nice to have a quick little workout when mom-life makes me unable to fit in my usual full workout. It makes it possible to live a healthier lifestyle even when things get hectic. Thanks for another great one, POPSUGAR.

  3. hey ana i just wana kno i am doing most of ur workouts regularly and they are kickass….but is it necessory to workout more than 45 min to burn the fat ?..like i done this 15 min workout today is it okay if i am unable to do for 45 min and more ???????

  4. This is good for beginners 🙂 and people just working out for the first time (like me) Your other workouts were a lot more demanding and its good you choose different levels for different people 😀

  5. I know that including jumps and hops are a good way to get the heart rate up in a short amount of time–I love these workouts, but I live in a tiny apartment with thin walls and everything shakes when I jump. Can I request a workout video that produces the same results in the same amount of time without all the jumping?

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