Hello ladies! I'm sorry it's been a bit of time since my last post. Things have been busy. The Lord has blessed me with some wonderful opportunities this summer and I feel like I've grown a bit in Him, praise the Lord! I'm working on getting the youtube channel up and running, but for now, here is a review.
Today I have the pleasure of reviewing a pretty cool site. It's http://www.jarilove.com/. More specifically I am reviewing their On Demand program. I received this opportunity free in exchange for my honest review.
The On Demand program works sort of like a video streaming service, like Netflix. Instead of action flicks and romantic comedies, however, On Demand is stocked with work out videos, healthy recipes/tips, and tutorials. There are also audio workouts. Basically, it's pretty cool.
Because my summer has been so busy, I haven't had the most chances to try the website, which is a bummer, but so far I like it.
So, first things first. You set up an account. This was a bit of a hassle for me, but that was because of some things. These things were worked out, and the Jari Love folks were quite helpful and kind. Once I was on all I had to do was click on On Demand Member and I was in to look at all the awesome healthy stuff.
The On Demand page was pretty simple to navigate. There are five tabs at the top: Home, Video Work Outs, Audio Workouts, Tips (including recipes and fitness/nutrition tips,) and the Log Out button. I'm going to go into details on the specific tabs (aside from log out of course.)
The home button simply gives updates on when new content will arrive and whatnot.
Audio: Many of the work outs are designed for a specific type of exercise. Both of the audio work outs are for the treadmill user, so of course I avoided those ones. So the audio work outs I didn't really use.
Video: Many of the video work outs were also for something specific, but they were helpful. Most of them were two parters or could be split into more than one work out, which was pretty cool. Some of them required special things such as weights, but not all of them. The people in the videos were up beat and pretty cool.
Tips: The fitness tips were pretty neat and there were several to choose from, such as At Home Work Outs and Dealing With Achilles Injuries. The nutrition tips are also nice, with articles about diet soda and eating advice. Lastly, although there weren't a large amount of them, the recipe tip tab had some delicious recipes on it. Mm. Now I want pasta.
All in all, I think this is really neat site. Something like a Netflix for health sounds like a good idea to me, though I think they're still expanding their database, which will make it even better as some of their options are somewhat limited at this time. But I'm happy I've had the chance to review them and am going to enjoy the rest of my subscription.