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3 20-MINUTE WORKOUTS
Low impact
GREAT results

Total-body yoga workouts with blasts of strength and cardio

Star of the hit show The Doctors

Exercise for a happier, healthier you!

Dr. Lisa Masterson knows a thing or two about staying healthy and fitting exercise into a busy schedule. The practicing physician and cohost of the Emmy®-winning TV show The Doctors designed these three efficient workouts to suit any lifestyle. You’ll be feeling stronger, more flexible, and more energetic in no time!

With her trainer, Elise Joan, Dr. Lisa demonstrates her favorite moves in three 20-minute low-impact workouts. The yoga-based segments feature lively dance moves, empowering strength exercises, and invigorating stretches. You’ll burn calories and lose inches as you gain strength and confidence. With Yoga Blast, following a doctor's orders has never been so much fun!

Equipment needed: mat and chair

A nationally certified health and wellness instructor, Elise Joan has taught at top spas and gyms across the country and is the creator of several bestselling workout DVDs. She has appeared as a featured fitness expert on ABC, E!, and CBS, among many others.

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  • Format: Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Acorn Media
  • DVD Release Date: December 4, 2012
  • Run Time: 63 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B009904NLY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #138,714 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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This isn't a yoga workout.
LRK
It sometimes seemed like Joan, the actual fitness instructor, was cheerily annoyed at Dr. Lisa's constant blather.
Amazon Customer
This one ... sorry to say, I wanted out because the added dialogue was just too much.
D. Fowler

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By LRK VINE VOICE on January 3, 2013
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This isn't a yoga workout. There is some yoga involved, mostly in the 2nd and 3rd segments, and it is very mainstream, popularized type yoga. Don't expect real yoga...no breathing, very little instruction on alignment/balance/muscle contraction/posture necessary for each pose. I don't like the idea that this is advertised as beginning yoga in the description. No first timer should do yoga without some guidance on how the body is supposed to be held in each position...certain muscle contractions give the body the support needed to not be hurt, as well as for the pose to be effective; and the breathing is important to keeping the muscles (like the heart) perfused properly. There were several times in the workout that the pose was not even being held correctly by "Dr. Lisa".

Beyond my yoga issue, this wasn't the worst workout. If you know basic yoga and can put yourself into a proper position, it is a decent compilation of ballet, cardio, hips, yoga and pilates. The three 20 minute workouts do cover hi-lo cardio, stretching, strength, and major muscle groups. I felt this immediately and that was encouraging. I'll continue to use this dvd even though some of the "Love It" and other ditzy sounding remarks (well, the tone really)...were grating. I didn't much care for the comment about "lasting longer" and "helping in the bedroom" either since my children usually do yoga and dance with me.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on January 9, 2013
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The video is led by Joan, a fitness instructor, and Dr. Lisa. It contains three sections, cardio, strength, and stretch. Both strength and stretch contained some yoga movements. Stretch also contained some pilates movements. Each section has a long talking introduction from Dr. Lisa and if you want to get your heart rate up, you might as well use that time to get your mat laid out and your sports bra on.

I wasn't thrilled with this video. First of all, the name is a complete misnomer. It should be called "Dance Blast". It's more of a dance workout. I couldn't make it through the cardio section because I have better things to do with my time. It seemed like a lot of dance as I fast-forwarded through it. I did go through the entire strength section, which included some barre movements, a very strange hip circle sequence (coming from a bellydancer's perspective, no less). I have some concerns that the deep plie shown here wasn't described deeply enough to protect the knees of inexperienced exercisers (at whom this video must be aimed) who wouldn't know how to align their knees with their toes, and the deep knee plies can be painful if not done properly. The barre movements (the attitudes) was fun for me. Then we got into the yoga. I've been doing hot yoga several times a week, so I followed along with the sun salutations easily. Any movements requiring any kind of balance was shown with a chair, for people who don't have balance. Of course, if you have experience with yoga, you would dispense with the chair during your Warrior IIIs. I did. The yoga moves were modified into strength moves, with leg lifts during Warrior III. Interestingly, the yoga movements were not described in any way.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Colleen M. Schneider VINE VOICE on December 29, 2012
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I work out daily so I am always on the lookout for new routines to try. This work out was good, but I wouldn't say it will become a new favorite. Here are the likes/dislikes:

Likes: Beautiful outdoor setting, instructor is clear and shows good form. The strength training I enjoyed the most as it is a combination of ballet barre type exercises, and a bit more yoga, sun salutations, planks, prayer twists, etc. The music in this secion was a little on the jazzier side. This is the longest at 22 minutes. The stretching was also good, with more yoga poses as well as some pilates moves for your core. This section was 20 minutes and I also thought it was well done, combining the different styles of exercise.

Dislikes: The first section, which was cardio was a little strange, the dance is supposed to be hip-hop, which seems to just be a catch all term for anything where you shake your butt a little. Nothing really hip-hop about those moves in my opinion. The moves are taught slowly then done to tempo. They weren't very complex so I would think most beginners could catch on fairly quickly. The other part that I didn't care for was that they do down-dog from yoga but never roll out a mat. It is a very awkward transition, and unless you are working on a very sturdy surface and you are wearing shoes, this would not be how you should attempt a pose like this, you should have a sticky mat so that you don't slip on your floor or carpet. For good form, I would keep my eye on the trainer, occasionally I would see Dr. Lisa start to arch her back, as in a plank/push-up. The instructor will tell you how to modify as well. A personal thing with me as I don't care for a lot of chatting, so this one was a little annoying on the chattiness scale, and a bit too much commentary from Dr.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Seven Kitties on January 30, 2013
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Here's the good side: it's a pretty good workout that will challenge you, if you do all three in a row.

The bad sides:

Poor cuing. They don't cue the movements well and even sort of joke about if you're not getting it it's okay just *move*. Not cool. It's especially evident on the 'vinyasa' moments--a term they use very loosely to mean 'let's do like 2 semi kind of sort of yoga moves and then get back to the low impact aerobics' in the first section. Hey, when your audience is in downward dog, they need some cue when to move and to what! And for a video that has yoga in the title, the yoga is actually very thinly represented.

You think you're getting a video of three yoga workouts, right? No. You get a cardio workout, a body weight muscle building workout and a stretching workout, with options to play them all at once or pick one.

Doctor Lisa. She is a terrible person to be in a workout video. There, I said it. Her form is awful for many of the moves, showing no concentration or focus on form. Form is everything for many movements, both for effectiveness and safety. I thought at first she was going to model, you know, beginner variations for people who want a slightly less intense workout, but no. Her form during pushups in particular was appalling: locked out elbows, lowering her belly more than her shoulders, just everything you do not want in a proper pushup.

She also has a really unhealthy obsession with surgery. I've never had a workout instructor in a video talk at all about not needing plastic surgery, but she mentions it at least five times. It made me think I wasn't the demographic for this video: I want a workout I can do that will help me be healthy and fit. Plastic surgery has never been on my horizon.
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