'90s Workout Videos You Can Still Sweat To Today

Time to really get jiggy wit it.

We're bringing back scrunchies, one-pieces, and bright workout outfits ... so why not bring back '90s workout videos?

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Paula Abdul didn't just sit behind an American Idol chair, she was also in front of the video camera teaching people how to dance. Now you can do the same with this easy aerobic workout video.
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If you need a reset from all that sitting, look no further than this Richard Simmons video, which is set to classical music. You never know, waking up to a good stretch to German composer to Johannes Brahms just may become your new thing.
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As you may have guessed, Buns of Steel is all about working out your booty. Through an aerobic warm-up and tough lower body strengthening exercises, former world class pole vaulter, Greg Smithey, will teach you how to tighten and tone your lower half.
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Grab two hand weights and let Cindy Crawford guide you through these intense, low impact workout workouts set to early '90s music. There's also a bonus 10-minute mini-workout for when you're on-the-run.
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If you're going to learn some dance moves, it has to be from a Jackson. LaToya Jackson motivates you to "step up" in this 90s classic video.
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It's not the '90s without a little jazzercise. Get up and get dancing with Judi Sheppard Missett as she shows you all the smoothest moves of the decade.
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Work your core and strengthen your posture with this intense ab workout. Not hard enough? Each program has a "challenge'' option where you can step it up a notch by adding equipment, like a weighted ball.
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