Many Americans are getting into a fitness regimen, at least on DVD. From dancing, kick boxing, pilates, resistance bands and spinning/cycling, to stability balls, step workouts, strength training, Tai Chi, treadmills/running and yoga, Americans of all shapes and ages are following along and feeling fitter than ever. The coming of DVDs has helped breathe new life into the genre, and marketing has been both slick and effective. By now, anyone who has the least bit of trouble falling asleep ...
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