I'm averagely fit in spite of being size 20 as I walk the dogs briskly for an 4-5 times a week. The other days I have my 3 year old with me so end up going at toddler pace. My knees aren't great, so I can't run anymore. On a practical level, could I do this do you think? I won't be able to do it during the weekends but will do it daily during the week. Would there be any benefit in this? I'm not looking for weight loss as such as I'm dealing with that already but I need to up my activity levels and get fitter and fancy trying something to jump start me.
The Shred lady (Jillian) says it can be done by anyone of any level of fitness/size/weight etc. so in theory you should be fine!
Buuuut, it is quite heavy going on the knees at points so it may not be ideal for you if your knees are a problem.
I think there are alternative moves you can do for ones that are fairly knee-intense (eg. lunges) but I'm afraid I don't know what they are off the top of my head.
If your knees can handle the exercises, I can guarantee it would be beneficial in terms of upping activity levels and getting fitter! And it's short, roughly 20 mins, so fairly easy to fit into the day...
Thanks for replying. I guess if something really hurts my knees, then I can just do something else for a bit. I can cope with lunges etc but I'm not so great if it's 20 minutes of high impact bouncing around.