When you feel the workout is easier to do, it is time to kick it up a notch. It does not always mean you add a workout, but of course you can, I just don't think add a target pop will be better than adding a real workout that Teresa will give warmup and progressive more difficult move, then a grand finale of butt kicking killer moves. In general, a floor workout is good, HTF combo will be the one. Hit the Floor Softer is like a instructional, and Hit the Floor is the Floor version of basic workout.
Ladybug needs quite a bit of warming up, you are actually better off getting the whole Ladybug workout and slowly work toward the grand finale. I did not hear you mentioning the Total workout, that is normally where we progress to before anything else, and you will need to be familiar with the Total workout (Instructional 2 for at least 2 weeks) for the Ladybug Standing portion.
You area of concern will drive which workout is better for you. If you are not menopausal with the ladybug problem, then Hit the Floor series, Tempo Lower Body or Targe Pop 3 (AL, PT, DD) will be better. If you are going to get Target Pop 3, you might as well get Tempo Lower Body. Still you need to progress thru Total before Tempo.
So, for now, my suggestion will be go back to Instructional or get Teresa's book for a week, go move by move and see what else you need to add to your workout. You might be activating 5 muscles now, but you can add 2-3 more muscles that you are not activating right now, and then, your workout kicks up a few notches. If you have the Total package, you will have the Instructional 2 (Total) to add to your basic, you can add one move a week or a month. Tempo BWO+ are normally included in the Total, that definitely kicks the BWO+ to another 2 notches.
Basic first, then Total, then the Tempo Series (and add Hit the Floor). Ladybug is advance, if you are getting Ladybug DVD, you need to add Total Superslow for the standing and Critter Crunch Floor to learn the Ladybug workout.
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