I’m not sure if you guys know this or not, but I became a bit of a QVC-aholic over the holidays. I bought lots of my presents from QVC on Black Friday, and the nice thing was, didn’t even have to leave my house and fight the crowds at the mall. QVC can be dangerous, though - they make everything look so appealing. So you have to know that you like the product before you buy it so that you don’t get suckered in.
Ok, so now I’m sure I’ve made myself sound like some sort of 80-year-old shut-in (not that there’s anything wrong with shut-ins or 80-year-olds, mind you). I swear I’m not. The whole thing with QVC started by accident. I was flipping through menu on my t.v. when I saw “Philosophy Gifts.” I love philosophy products, and use the Purity and Hope in a Jar every day. I wondered what this show was, tuned to it, and then realized QVC was featuring Philosophy. They also have Bare Escentuals, which I also use and love, and well… that’s how an obsession starts. To be honest, I really only ordered some Christmas gifts and a few items for me (Amazing Grace shampoo, conditioner, perfume, body wash, and lotion, and a supersized Purity). Hmmm, now that I see it listed out like that, that’s quite a bit, isn’t it? Well, they’re all products that I use all the time. The prices were so good that I just couldn’t pass it up. And that’s how they suck you in.
Anyway… getting back to the point of this post (I do have a point, I promise), I was once again flipping through the channels the other night and saw “Biggest Loser Living” on at 7:30. I wondered what it was (see, curiosity again), and tuned in.
It was QVC again, featuring Biggest Loser season 5 winner, Ali Vincent.
Now you know I just had to find out what this was all about.
It turns out QVC was selling all sorts of Bigges Loser products. Everything from food scales, to juicers, to workout DVDs. I ended up getting a Biggest Loser Boot Camp/Yoga DVD set.
For $35.40, it comes with the Boot Camp DVD, the Weight Loss Yoga DVD, a weighted water ball, a jump rope, and a measuring tape.
Each DVD is 55 minutes, and has 3 levels (beginner, intermediate, and advanced). If you go to the link above, you can watch a video that describes it. Isn’t it fun when two of your obsessions, in this case Biggest Loser and QVC, come together so perfectly? I’m excited and can’t wait to try it out. I’ll definitely let you know how I like it when it arrives.
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