Not only is Collage Video back, it’s been given a much needed face lift and has some added features I think you’ll like.
In April I wrote that Collage Video was going off-line. Without a going-out-of business sale yet! But it is back and running and it has been updated with a more dynamic and engaging design.
Collage Video is the number one site for reviewing and selling workout videos. My favorite feature – being able to preview clips of the videos before you buy – is still intact. I’ve been introduced to some of my favorite instructors and found the best workouts for me using the preview tool.
Instructors like Kelly Coffey Meyer:
And workouts like After Burn with Cathe Friedrich:
Plus, Collage Video now has three active blogs: Angie’s Corner, Ask Gilad and the Collage Video Blog.
Collage Video is now a division of BayView Entertainment. BayView Entertainment, LLC, is America’s number one independent distributor of fitness, wellness, and special-interest DVD releases. BayView has forged relationships with the top names in fitness and special-interest, including Pranamaya and Yoga Journal Magazine as well as performers and producers as diverse as Kathy Smith, Gilad, Total Immersion, 8 Minute Abs, Scott Cole, Joyce Vedral and many others.
The Collage Video website operates via a new design and faster web host with improved security and technical capabilities.
In a recent press release BayView Entertainment said it will leverage its buying power and industry insight, as well as its own deep catalog of fitness and wellness titles, to re-energize the Collage website with an even greater selection of fitness.
There are still plenty of reasons to have a good selection of at-home workouts in your possession. The main one is they are excuse busters. It’s never too cold, too hot, too early or too late for a workout in your own home. They fit your schedule, and the best selection is at Collage.
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