Fit Deck Exercise Cards

Fit Deck Exercise Cards

Fit Deck Exercise Cards

A friend was telling me about FitDeck cards the other day so I ran out and bought a deck. I love them! They are the perfect solution if you are bored with your workout.

You can shuffle the FitDeck cards and do the first 10 exercises in the deck or you can go through the deck and put together a different set of cards for different days of the week. If you buy different decks you can mix and match exercises.

Every FitDeck card contains about 1 minute of exercise depending on your level. You still need to warm up before you exercise and stretch at the end of your workout.

Each FitDeck card has the name of the exercise, a graphic demonstrating how the exercise should be done, which part of your body is being exercised, ability level with suggested time or repetitions and step-by-step instructions.

FitDeck actually makes exercise simple – now there is no excuse

With the bodyweight cards you do not need any equipment.  There are a number of different decks available some of which require equipment such as dumbbells, an exercise ball, etc.

You can get FitDecks for bodyweight exercises, dumbbells, yoga, stretching, using an exercise ball.

FitDeck Product Description

FitDeck is a unique deck of Exercise Playing Cards that makes exercise more simple, convenient, and fun. FitDecks are available in 56-card and 26-card Booster decks. 56-card FitDecks specialize in bodyweight-only exercises (i.e. Bodyweight, Junior, Senior, Yoga, Pilates, Stretch, Prenatal, and Postnatal). 26-card Boosters may require certain equipment (i.e. Exercise Ball, Pull Up bar, Dumbbell, Office, Travel, Kettlebell, etc.). Boosters can be used as a standalone workout or they can be combined with other FitDecks to create an even more challenging routine. Each card has three fitness levels to accommodate different abilities (beginner, intermediate, advanced). Cards are held in a plastic cardholder making it easy to carry and draw cards while on the go. Shuffle cards before every workout to get a random sampling of upper, middle, lower, and full-body exercises. Never spend another minute trying to decide what kind of exercises to do. FitDeck does the thinking for you. Just shuffle, draw, and go. FitDeck Bodyweight is our flagship 56-card FitDeck that contains illustrations and instructions describing 50 different upper, middle, and lower body exercises. FitDeck Bodyweight is a bodyweight-only deck that does not require any equipment. Use this FitDeck alone or combine it with related FitDecks and Booster decks (i.e. Yoga, Stretch, Dumbbell, Exercise Ball, etc.).

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  1. Callie Leaver 13 years ago

    This is a great way to spice things up for those that are motivated and disciplined in their workout program. Another option is to use a deck of playing cards. Use these cards to determine how many reps you will do for your exercises. In the Army we focus on pushups and ab exercises. However, this method can be used for an exercise routine as well. It is great to do with a partner as you can maintain a higher level or motivation through the deck of cards.

  2. Jen Boda 13 years ago

    Great new product. I think that creativity–in life as well as fitness is such an important asset. We get bored and then, not knowing it is boredom, start to make excuses. This is why taking new classes in things that aren’t termed exercise but are–dancing, rock climbing,etc. are so wonderful. These cards are a cheap way of spicing things up a bit. Thanks so much. If you would like to learn about whole foods nutrition and tips to eat well on a budget please visit my blog–
    boda weight loss

  3. Juhi 13 years ago

    Interesting way to keep your routine going. Fun too.
    Would love to try. Think I should definitely buy a pack and get started!!!

  4. Nurse Line 13 years ago

    Yes walking is a terrific exercise for good blood circulation,weight trimming and also keeping the legs in good shape.

    • Kenelm 10 years ago

      Good to find an expert who knows what their talking about!

  5. Exercising with cards should be really a new concept.

  6. Ares Vista 13 years ago

    These look like mad fun! I’ve been needing some extra motivation lately, maybe this will get me going again! Thanks for posting.

  7. Lee 13 years ago

    Very cute idea. And you could pick up a card and do the activity while watching TV, boiling pasta, waiting around for the family to go out…tons of possiblities!
    Thanks for sharing this.

  8. Can you burn calories shuffling these cards? LOL
    Never Stop Movin’!

  9. Paul 13 years ago

    Love these cards , could do with a set . Could end up with a Full House.

    • Latrice 11 years ago

      A little rationality lifts the quality of the debate here. Thanks for contributing!

  10. Herina Edi 13 years ago

    Nice post, thanks for sharing this wonderful and usefull information with us.
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  11. vetri 11 years ago

    Nice post, thanks for sharing this wonderful and usefull information with us.

  12. Parmelia 10 years ago

    The asnwer of an expert. Good to hear from you.


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