Gwen Lawrence Fit Body Yoga DVD

December 18, 2017 - Comment

Get ready to up the ante with Gwen Lawrence s unique fitness-inspired yoga. Gwen blends traditional yoga with cutting-edge training techniques to bring you three workouts that guarantee body-altering results. Learn the same moves Gwen uses to keep professional athletes fit and injury free. DVD INCLUDES: Lower Body Tone (20 minutes) This energetic blend of

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Get ready to up the ante with Gwen Lawrence s unique fitness-inspired yoga. Gwen blends traditional yoga with cutting-edge training techniques to bring you three workouts that guarantee body-altering results. Learn the same moves Gwen uses to keep professional athletes fit and injury free. DVD INCLUDES: Lower Body Tone (20 minutes) This energetic blend of poses will help increase flexibility in the hips and legs, while toning the thighs and glutes. Upper Body Blast (20 minutes) Open and elongate the shoulders and arms, while toning and sculpting a strong upper body. Core Definition (20 minutes) Develop lean, firm abdominals, while also strengthening the back, a critical component to overall core fitness.

Product Features

  • Features professional trainer Gwen Lawrence
  • Delivers an invigorating blend of traditional yoga and cutting-edge training techniques
  • Three workouts can be combined for a custom routine
  • “Lower Body Tone” increases flexibility in the hips and legs while toning thighs and glutes (20
  • “Upper Body Blast” opens and elongates shoulders and arms while sculpting the upper body (20

Comments

SeaGlass64 says:

A Preference Thing I had high expectations for the DVD after all I read about Gwen Lawrence. I think she is very likable, has an impressive Yoga background and/or portfolio, and seems passionate about her Yoga practice. Also, she is easy to listen to while she guides you through these workouts. However, after doing the workouts on this DVD once, I never went back to it. I have been experimenting with yoga DVDs and instructors, and have tried Colleen Saidman, Tara Stiles and a few other samples I found on…

OurMrsReynolds says:

not for me I was not a big fan of this dvd and ended up giving it to a friend. I felt like she was a personal trainer (which she tells you about several times) who took a few yoga classes and then decided to make a dvd. There is no flow to her routines and a lot of the moves are more ‘workout-y’ instead of actual yoga, if that makes sense. Some of the moves were challenging but I know I wont be able to hear her same jokes about hand cream and ‘when I train my athletes’ several times a week, so I gave this…

M. Benson says:

Very good yoga dvd The instruction, photography and presentation on this dvd are much better than most I’ve seen. The moves are all doable for most people. No extreme pretzel moves or big backbends.The instructor is very fit, calm, and without ego. There are three sections of 20 minutes which flew by for me when I did them back to back. I was tired but it felt good.I’m cautious about a couple moves though. In one, she squats on the balls of the feet and just holds that position. This does not seem to me to…

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