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VIDEO & DVD ROTATIONS Welcome to the Video & DVD Rotations Forum. This is a forum to share your favorite Video/DVD rotations. Cathe will also contribute to this forum by providing one video/DVD rotation per month. To help others benefit from your rotation contribution, please give it a category title. Some examples could be: Strength, Cardio, Circuit, Total Body Strength, Total Body Endurance, All Step, Kickbox, All Upper Body, etc. We would also love to hear what changes you have experienced or are still experiencing while using this special rotation. Thanks for sharing!

Official Cathe Beginner Rotation

This is a discussion on Official Cathe Beginner Rotation within the VIDEO & DVD ROTATIONS forums, part of the Cathe Friedrich Fitness Forums category;; Hi Yen! Welcome to the forums. I'm glad you are enjoying your new workouts. I think you will like this ...

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Old 03-01-2007, 07:25 AM
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Hi Yen! Welcome to the forums. I'm glad you are enjoying your new workouts. I think you will like this rotation. As of now, there is nothing scheduled for more packaged Target workouts. I'll be sure to post if something changes. Keep up the great work :7
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Old 03-01-2007, 05:01 PM
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Default RE: Official Cathe Beginner Rotation

I checked out some Cathe videos from the library, and think I was in a little over my head, so I am interested instead in trying this "beginner" rotation. I have an odd question about these. I live in an apartment in an older building (circa 1900) with paper-thin ceilings/floors. My question is, do these videos involve jumping and/or landing heavily on the floor (like in some of the more advanced videos)? I don't want to drive my downstairs neighbors crazy, but really want to try the videos. Just a question for anyone with experience with these videos.

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Laura
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Old 05-29-2007, 02:06 PM
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THANK YOU CATHE for this rotation!

I am sorry to have asked you so many other "beginner" questions in your "Ask Cathe" forum.

All of this info is great!

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You are the best!


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Old 06-20-2007, 05:28 AM
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Default Not sure if I am really a beginner and need some advice

Cathe,
I would like to buy some videos to start but I am not new to fitness. I strength train 3 days a week and do cardio about every day. This has been for the last 5 months and I am ready to shake things up and am very anxious to buy the right videos to start. Would your above beginner rotation be too light for me and if so, do you have any suggestions of where to start? Thanks so much and I really appreciate any input,
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Old 07-20-2007, 02:56 AM
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Shannon,

Thought I would offer some advice...I started using Cathe dvds a few months ago (drill max, body max 2, muscle max). I had been working out regularly prior to starting her workouts and considered myself advanced. After using the workouts for a while, I realized that I needed to start from the beginning (knee problems, a little too winded during some workouts, step routines too complex). I had never done workouts that are so advanced.

I started the beginner rotation about 3 weeks go and love it. It is very easy to modify (increase/decrease the step height) and just fun overall! I'm also very confident using the step now (I actually own Imax 3, but will wait a while to use it).

Even though I really want to pre-order the new dvds with everyone else, I'm just not ready for them.

Hope this helped!
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Old 11-07-2007, 08:07 PM
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Default RE: Official Cathe Beginner Rotation

Do you have an ipod video or ipod touch ?
I have many favorite dvds and videos.
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Old 11-11-2007, 12:24 PM
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Default RE: Official Cathe Beginner Rotation

I'm so glad I found this forum! I'm new to step and to Cathe and was wondering where to start. I have the Basic Step DVD (it came with the actual step from Walmart) and am enjoying both the step workout and the ab workout. Mine didn't come with the Body Fusion DVD and I can't find Body Fusion on its own on the website. Is it sold separately or do I just need to buy the two packaged together?

Thanks!!

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Old 06-23-2008, 12:13 PM
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Default RE: Official Cathe Beginner Rotation

Cathe,

To what exact DVDs are you referring to when you say "Cardio and Weights" should be the next step. I've looked through all the titles and I'm confused. There are too many for this novice to wade through.:-)
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Old 06-23-2008, 01:00 PM
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Default RE: Official Cathe Beginner Rotation

"Cardio and Weights" is the DVD that also has Imax2 on it. It is an older DVD (2002). You definitely can grow with this DVD. There are lots of premixes, and Imax2 is an awesome cardio workout that I am never tired of.
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Old 06-24-2008, 11:01 AM
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Thank you. I appreciate it. As a follow up, what's premix?
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