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You've witnessed extraordinary weight loss on NBC's hit show. Now you can get with the program and achieve pound-shedding results in just 6-8 weeks with the transforming power of yoga!
There are no guarantees, but for those who work the program with consistency and dedication, The Biggest Loser: The Workout--Weight Loss Yoga's promise that "pound-shedding results" can be achieved in six to eight weeks is no idle claim. Led by instructor Bob Harper, this 55-minute regimen offers three separate yoga workouts, sandwiched between 5-minute warm-up and cool-down sections; a menu option gives users the opportunity to practice the workouts in any order or quantity. The first and longest of the trio is a vinyasa series (a vinyasa is a connected sequence of yoga asanas) focusing on core strength via a variety of lunges, stretches, downward- and upward-facing dog, standing poses (triangle, warrior one and two, extended right angle), plank, and more; the second focuses on abs work and backbends; and the third is a more standard gym-type workout that can be done with or without hand weights. Make no mistake about it: much of this work is quite rigorous, and even experienced yogis and yoginis can expect to be challenged. But Harper's instruction is friendly and encouraging, with frequent reminders about the importance of the breath ("as long as you're breathing, you're perfect"), variations provided for those not yet up to speed, and opportunities to rest. Perhaps best of all, instead of gorgeous bodies in designer outfits doing perfect poses, we're watching mortals who are not all buff, flexible, and strong (some can't even touch their toes) and whose form is at times less than perfect. These folks don't make yoga look easy, because it's not. But anyone with a serious yoga practice--and this is a good place to start--knows that its benefits are both profound and, if you stick with it, permanent. --Sam Graham
I have tried yoga a few times and could never get into it. Now, about 10 years and 30lbs later, I find myself in the position where I will try anything to get moving again, so gave... Read morePublished 5 days ago by elizabethw
I am just getting back into shape after an injury. A friend recommended this workout DVD because she had good success with it. I really like it. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Vintage_Red
Great GREAT video!!!
User friendly and you can personalize it to what you want.
Have not used it yet, but it came as expected and look forward to using itPublished 19 days ago by Boston mom
Great workout video - challenging, works all muscles, who needs weights?Published 20 days ago by Deborah
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|Weight Loss Yoga levels||
Yes you do level one first. You add them on, so in the end you will be doing all three levels. 45minutes plus the 10 minute cool down and warm up.
May 8, 2011 by Le Monde | See all 3 posts
|Suitable for someone whose been very ill (for a long time) but trying to...||
Same here. One year.
Jun 23, 2015 by Barbara Broussard | See all 2 posts
|Combine w/ 30 Day Shred?||
my two cents is to alternate the DVD's like the Biggest Loser Workout and Fat Free Yoga with the 30 day shred. If you want a lifestyle change then Fat Free Yoga will help you start your inner journey which is the most important aspect of changing your life. The meditative aspect along with the... Read More
Aug 6, 2009 by Betsy | See all 3 posts
|calories burnt with biggest loser yoga dvd||
I am not sure the total calories - but if you are looking to lose inches and weight - I would recommend P90X. Its a great program that mixes cardio, strength training and flexibility. It also has a nutrition plan.
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Aug 24, 2010 by Jodi L. Castagnier | See all 2 posts
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