Power Yoga Collection: 3 Full-Length Programs

June 9, 2016 - Comment

3 Full Length Programs on 1 DVD! Yoga Burn;Power Yoga;Yoga for Conditioning for Athletes $45 value. Product Features Yoga Burn workout designed for leaning and toning Power Yoga is designed to strengthen, lengthen, and burn more calories Yoga Conditioning for Athletes is designed to boost endurance and help prevent injuries

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3 Full Length Programs on 1 DVD!

Yoga Burn;
Power Yoga;
Yoga for Conditioning for Athletes

$45 value.

Product Features

  • Yoga Burn workout designed for leaning and toning
  • Power Yoga is designed to strengthen, lengthen, and burn more calories
  • Yoga Conditioning for Athletes is designed to boost endurance and help prevent injuries

Comments

T. Carr says:

Excellent! 3 hrs of yoga, great value Rodney Yee is one of the best yoga instructors out there. This includes 3 full length 60 minute practices taken directly from 3 previous dvds, all conveniently included on one disc. Rodney Yee doesn’t focus too much on the mental/spiritual side of yoga, nor does he only speak of the physical benefits, thereby providing a nice balance that I think would appeal to most all yoga practitioners.His voice is soothing and his cuing excellent, making it easy to flow through the poses and…

lala says:

Great set I’ve been doing yoga for about 5 years and wanted some home dvds with different routines to try. This is a good set. I love 2 out of the 3 routines. I’m not that fond of the athlete dvd even though I am very active myself- it uses some poses sitting in a chair, etc. But, the other 2 dvds are great. They are flowing routines and Rodney does a good job of describing the poses. The power yoga dvd is your typical power yoga sequence like you’d take at a studio. Very thorough routines that…

Amazon Customer says:

A replacement for classes I really liked the video, partially because I got it at a nice price. There’s three lessons, each an hour long. They assume familiarity with yoga. There’s very little in terms of correcting common mistakes or explaining how poses work. They have the feel of a taped yoga class, rather than a cheesy “yoga abs in 15 minutes” sort of deal.My definite problem with Rodney Yee is that the difficulty seems a little off. He does the standard thing where he starts with standing/downward…

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