Womens Qupid Metallic Platform Dazzling87
To preface I have had bilateral knee microfracture surgery and lumbar discectomy and have gotten through one month of insanity and LOVE IT!! I, like others read the reviews and warnings not to use this program if you have knee and/or back issues. While there is not modified exercises for the difficult and joint straining moves, I just have always listened to Shaun T. chant "form over speed". That being said, I don't go beyond my limits. For jumping moves, I don't jump as forcefully as I once used to prior to my surgeries, I have just tried to listen to my body and push when I can and then develop my own modifications. I have completed the first month, lost 8 pounds, 3 inches off my waist/bust and develped some quad muscles that I haven't seen in a long time.
I wanted to write for those who have had knee and/or back surgery and say it is possible to do this program with caution and lots of stretching. As everyone writes, its not for everyone, but a lot of the postings almost discouraged me from purchasing this. I am so happy with it and look forward to working out each day:)