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Which Beachbody Workout DVDs Are Gone Forever

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We are constantly asked, “Is this new Beachbody workout going to be on DVD?”  While new workouts haven’t been on DVD, we had no idea Beachbody quit making DVDs for some programs already!

While not all of the Beachbody workouts DVDs are being discontinued (full list below), we do see this becoming a trend.

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So if you love your DVDs like us, it might be time to stock up.

You Can View All the Workouts Here 

Just click the one you want and scroll until you see DVDs. If you don’t see DVDs, it means it’s gone already. :(

Does Beachbody Sell DVDs Right Now?

Yes, they still sell DVD workouts, but their new workouts are on Beachbody on Demand.

Are all of the Beachbody Workouts DVDs going away?

The short answer is no. Only a handful of Beachbody workout DVDs are being discontinued right now.

With that said, the company is really pushing their streaming service. The last 3 workout programs (80 Day Obsession, LIIFT4, & Transform 20) have been exclusive to streaming.

So we’re a little nervous to say which Beachbody workout DVDs will be available a year or two from now.

Here’s the Beachbody Workout DVDs we know are discontinued.

We’ve linked to all of them, but they could be sold out.

Workout Discontinue Date
Core De Force Deluxe Kit, 12/13/18
Insanity: The Asylum 12/11/18
Insanity Max 30 12/10/18
CIZE Hold Your Own DVD 11/15/18
21 Day Fix Extreme IN SPANISH 4/29/18
(Base still available)
BBL Network Exclusive DVD
(Cardio Carnivale)
Turbo Fire 2/15/18
Turbo Jam 11/3/17
Slim Series Express 10/1/17
Tony Horton One On One 10/1/17

All of these workouts will still be on Beachbody on Demand – just not on DVD.

Which programs are still on DVD?

These workout programs are still being made by Beachbody, and as far as we know, they will continue to be on DVD.

Each workout is linked to our review if we have one, and the “buy” option links to the DVDs.

  • 10 Minute Trainer (buy)
  • 21 Day Fix (buy)
  • 21 Day Fix Extreme (buy)
  • 22 Minute Hard Corps (buy)
  • 3 Week Yoga Retreat (buy)
  • Body Beast (buy)
  • Brazil Butt Lift & Brazil Butt Lift Master Series (buy)
  • ChaLean Extreme (buy)
  • Cize (buy)
  • Core de Force (buy)
  • Country Heat (buy)
  • Hammer and Chisel (buy)
  • Hip Hop Abs (buy)
  • Insanity (buy)
  • P90 (buy)
  • P90X, P90X2 & P90X3 (buy)
  • PiYo (buy)
  • Rockin Body (buy)
  • Slim in 6 (buy)
  • T25 (buy)
  • Tai Cheng (buy)
  • You v2 (buy)

Does Beachbody Replace Broken DVDs?

Yes, but if you need one of the programs above replaced you need to do it before the discontinuation date.

Otherwise Beachbody won’t be able to replace it.

So Why Did You Scare Me?! I thought it was all DVDs!

Okay, so I guess I went a little off the deep end with my title. There is a reason though.

I know so many people are like me. You like having your DVDs for when you travel or if you don’t have Internet.

The programs they discontinued on DVD were pretty quietly “retired.”

I also don’t have a good feeling that DVD sales are going to be booming anytime soon – making it less profitable for them.

So I wanted to share which programs were retiring and just my thoughts on the climate of DVDs vs streaming. That way you can stock up on a favorite if you need to.

Beachbody on Demand at a Glance

Even though I own every Beachbody workout that I like on DVD, I also have Beachbody on Demand.

I actually really like how convenient it is if you have Internet. (If you don’t have Internet, you can download 5 workouts at a time).

With On Demand, you don’t have to wait through the long disclaimers or commercials they added to the newer workouts. You just click accept and start working out.

It’s very simple to use too. If you figured out your DVD player, I promise you can figure this out too.

You can even stream to your TV with a lot of the popular streaming devices like Apple TV, Roku and Amazon’s Firestick.

Read Our Full Beachbody on Demand Review

Beachbody on Demand Membership Options

You can get access to a ton of workouts with their streaming option. You can get even the retired ones.

The other cool thing with On Demand is you get access to all of the deluxe and bonus workouts that you might not have from the Beachbody workout DVDs.

You can do a 3-month, 6-month, or 12-month membership. The 3 month membership also includes a 14-day trial.

View All of the Beachbody on Demand Options

Get in Touch with Kim and Kalee from Sorey Fitness

Work with Us

If I didn’t give you a heart attack or make you too sad about the DVD-thing, we’d love to be your coach!

*If you don’t have one already.*

As your coach, we can help you choose the best workout for your goals, keep you up-to-date on the DVD situation and help you hit your goal weight!

If you’d like to work with us – you can leave a comment or email us at thegirls@soreyfitness.com.

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  1. The DVDs being discontinued is ashame. I’ve been an avid fan of several programs and enjoying trying a new once in awhile. Unfortunately, I live in a rural area with no internet/wifi provider. Beachbody on demand is not an option for me. After, 6 years with Beachbody I am forced to look elsewhere for programs.

    1. I feel the same! I love the dvds! I can only stream on a small phone and feel BB has turned into just a huge money hungry company. I’m not paying for workouts I’ve already paid for!! I will stick with what I have till dvds wear out then go elsewhere.

  2. Hello,

    Are the DVD workouts any different from the streaming workouts? Do the streaming workouts update with new material or stay the same?

    Thanks in advance!

    Lisa W.

    1. Hey Lisa! There are a couple differences. First — with streaming you automatically get access to every workout in the program. With the DVDs, you typically order the “base kit” with the regular workouts and can add on deluxe or bonus workouts for an additional fee.

      Also, some of the really old workouts like TurboJam aren’t available across all of the streaming devices.

      If you decided to stream you also get access to new workouts programs periodically for no additional charge. Does that all make sense?

  3. I live in a rural area and my Internet is spotty. How do I see the workouts I would like to order on DVD 📀. With COVID19 and income being lowered or gone, DVDs seem like a wiser choice. How do I order them and how do I look at the various workouts to see which I would like. Where do I order DVDs and what’s the cost per DVD? Thank You! Dana K

    1. Hi Dana!
      The easiest way to look at all of the DVDs probably is to look at their sale page. I’d suggest scrolling to the bottom and working your way to the top because the older programs are going to the be ones still on DVD.

      Another way to view what’s available on DVD is to look our our Beachbody Program Guide. We’ve outlined each program and linked to the DVD option if there was one! Hope that helps!!

  4. I just found out they no longer have Body Beast on DVD which is annoying. Anyway, good blog post. Wish I would have found it sooner so I could have bought a couple of Beachbody programs I wanted to try.

    1. I buy mine on eBay. I have horrible internet at my house. It really makes upset they stopped DVD sales. I’m sure a lot of people would buy them however I have a feeling it’s more about them making money vs not many people buying DVDs. If the can stream for $99 a year why sell one program for $125 or so.

  5. It’s so frustrating that they don’t sell DVD’s anymore. I can’t stream where I am and I just much rather have the DVD’s.

  6. I see that there are some dvds out there. I have had three spinal compression fractures-they are healed now but rom is listed. What are your workout suggestions?

    1. I’d recommend talking to your doctor before picking one. With that said, LIIFT4 offers strength training and Barre Blend combines cardio, strength, standing core work, and flexibility. Both programs offer low-impact options that I’d recommend because of the healed fractures. I would look at both programs and then discuss it with your doctor.

  7. I like Chalene’s programs the best. I go back to them year after year. I also have Tony and Autum’s. As I say “year after year”. Beachbody on Demand means after a year I have to pay more which is not good. Very disappointed as there was a new program I wanted to try but won’t now.

  8. How can I get the Ten Rounds program on my TV ? Please understand that I am 78 years of age and am not what you would call computer literate. If you could forward the necessary information to me at I would be very much appreciative.
    Thank You,

    1. Hi Mr. Durr,
      You would need to have WiFi in your home, and then you’ll need a FireStick, Roku, or another type of streaming device connected to your TV.

      Once you have one of these streaming devices (and it’s connected to your WiFi), you’ll need to use the “Search” function on the device to find BODi.

      Click to download.

      Sign into your BODi account then search 10 Rounds WITHIN the BODi app.

      Hope this helps! :) Way to go working out!