Not too long ago, I was looking at my credit card statements, and I had a lightbulb moment: I was paying way too much for a gym membership I hardly ever used.
As a woman, it’s hard to manage my career, my family, and most importantly…have a life!
I admit it — sometimes I get pretty lazy about going all the way to the gym. But then I realized: I don’t have to. I can pop in an inexpensive DVD every other day (which is more than I ever went to the gym), and it’s like I’m getting one-on-one instruction in a fitness class.
So let me make it simple for you to get started: Here are my picks for the top ten best fitness DVDs that will make you forget all about the gym…
Working out at home doesn’t mean getting yelled at.
Denise Austin’s friendly attitude and simple instructions won’t make you feel like you’re in a boot camp.
And although she does get right down to business, the three 15-minute routines in Denise Austin’s Body Makeover Mix mean you won’t drop dead at the end of your workout.
For those of you who are unfamiliar with “Siri,” it’s basically a virtual personal assistant that resides on an iPhone. Siri responds to the words you speak rather than requests you type, so just as you can talk to your iPhone to perform a range of tasks (employing speech-to-text translation), you can also hear Siri’s human-like voice talk back at you (text-to-speech technology).
And while things are getting more advanced, it also appears that they might be getting a little bit more sarcastic.
People recently went crazy when they found out asking Siri, “What is 0 ÷ 0?” resulted in, “Imagine that you have zero cookies and you split them evenly among zero friends. How many cookies does each person get? See? It doesn’t make sense. And Cookie Monster is sad that there are no cookies. And you are sad that you have no friends.”
With that said, here are more of Siri’s best replies.