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Mandy Ingber's Yogalosophy Workout DVD


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  • Format: Color
  • Region: All Regions
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0037MNCEY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,686 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Editorial Reviews

Celebrated yoga and fitness instructor Mandy Ingber offers an all-new, unique program that will sculpt sleek muscles and unwind your mind. Yogalosophy, a groundbreaking workout from superstar celebrity yoga instructor, promotes weight loss and getting into shape with an easy-to-follow but challenging routine. The program includes two versions of a 30-Minute Routine and a Fully-Loaded, 55-Minute Challenge. Available for the first time ever on DVD, this hybrid workout pairs yoga poses with toning exercises that will get you into the best shape of your life while connecting your mind, body, and emotions. Believe. Feel. Become.

Customer Reviews

I feel like I get a full body workout- and my body just seems to respond to it.
tarheeler
I was looking for a good yoga workout on DVD, and thought that Yogalosophy looked interesting, so I purchased it.
Hadley Livingston
There's the 30 minute workout combining yoga and toning exercises - this can be done with or without instruction.
NW

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247 of 265 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth Smith on March 13, 2010
Format: DVD
When I saw that Jennifer Aniston's yoga instructor was putting out a DVD I couldn't wait to purchase it - who doesn't want to look like Jennifer Aniston? I have been doing yoga regularly, both at home and with an instructor for about 6 years and am always looking for new yoga workouts. What a disappointment this DVD is!

First, the cover promises 2 complete 30-minute workouts and one longer 55 minute workout. What it doesn't tell you is that the 2 30- minute workouts are identical except that one provides instruction and the other does not. In addition, the longer workout is just the same 30-minute workout with a more traditional sun-salute series stuck onto the beginning.

The 30 minute workouts are really not yoga at all - I felt like I was back in my college dorm room doing Jane Fonda! The sun salute series is impossible to follow unless you are actually looking at the screen which is obviously not practical. Also, the workout is very disjointed - there is a lot of standing around while Mandy explains what's coming up. There is absolutely no flow.

I guess if I'm going to look like Jennifer, I'm going to have to do it alone!
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NOTE: I received a free review copy of this DVD from the web site Metapsychology Online Reviews; you can read a more complete version of my review on that site.

YOGALOSOPHY purports to be a blend of traditional yoga postures and toning exercises. The DVD features a 35-minute "Express" workout plus a longer "Fully Loaded" option; the latter adds "Breakout Segments," or additional chapters which are also featured under the Extras submenu. The Main Menu of the DVD reads as follows:

Introduction -- Mandy Ingber
Introduction -- Jennifer Aniston
Yogalosophy Express with Cuing
Yogalosophy Express with Music Alone
Fully Loaded Challenge
EXTRAS

Ingber is working out alone on a large patio-type area overlooking the ocean. The background music is quite eclectic, a mix of vocals plus jazzy and almost techno tunes. For the 35-minute Yogalosophy Express, Ingber oddly combines both live cuing and voiceover instruction, with names of the exercises appearing on the screen. She states that she will be doing "eight of everything," including eight breaths followed by eight repetitions and then eight pulses--this is the basic format, although Ingber sometimes deviates slightly from this pattern. The exercises in the Express workout are as follows: calf raises -- squats/crescent lunges -- temple/plié squats -- down dog w/leg lifts -- cat/cow -- fire hydrant -- bow -- superman -- plank/push-ups -- side plank -- floor tricep dips -- bridge/pelvic tilts -- reclined twist -- abs work (crunches into boat/v-ups) -- brief seated meditation.

As noted above, the Fully Loaded Challenge is an extended version of the Yogalosophy Express practice, as it includes add-on chapters which are listed under Extras.
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49 of 54 people found the following review helpful By tarheeler on June 6, 2012
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
But I felt like I needed to share my experience. I find it so weird when other reviewers say "PLEASE DON'T BUY THIS!" just because it didn't work for them. Just give the opinion, and let others make up their own mind.
Anyway, I've done this DVD for about a month now, and personally, I LOVE IT. I've done many different workouts over the last 20+ years, and this is one of my all-time favorites. True, it's not a "traditional" yoga workout, but it doesn't claim to be. it's a mix of yoga poses, with standard toning exercises such as lunges, squats, sit ups, etc. but for some reason, it just works for me. I can do Jillian Michaels for weeks and barely see a difference, I do this workout and all of sudden I have arm and leg muscles I haven't seen in years. I feel like I get a full body workout- and my body just seems to respond to it. I feel exhausted yet relaxed when the workout is over.
The cuing is a little off. sometimes she starts a new set without saying anything, but after doing the workout a few times you learn what you should be doing and when to do it. As far as Mandy, some people don't like that she talks so much, but I find her charming. she's funny and real. So she mentions "i've got a great a**" a few times. so what. I want a great a** too or I wouldn't be doing this workout!
I recommend this DVD and hope you give it a try. I actually bought an extra one just in case this one breaks.

p.s. The first time I did the DVD, I kept thinking "this voice! i know this voice! why do I know this voice?!" it drove me so crazy I had to stop the DVD and look Mandy up on IMDB. I realized I recognized her from her role as Annie Tortelli (Carla's daughter-in-law) on Cheers. Just a little fun fact for Cheers fans!
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61 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Agnès on February 22, 2010
Format: DVD
This is maybe not the DVD for people who are looking for traditional yoga but for those of us who like the yoga poses combined with excercises this is THE workout DVD. It is both fun and efficient, you can either do just the workout part that takes about 30 min or do more traditional yoga with the excercise part incorporated if you have more time. Mandy is an excellent instructor with a sens of humor. I am impatiantly waiting for her to do more DVD's...
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