Jillian Michaels Yoga Inferno
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Get the hot healthy body you've always wanted with Jillian Michaels new DVD Yoga Inferno. Yoga Inferno contains two 30-minute workouts providing a vigorous and focused yoga practice that burns calories and scorches fat. Jillian will guide you through seamlessly flowing sequences of power yoga that will transform your physique while building your stamina, strength and mobility.
"If you liked my first yoga DVD you'll LOVE Yoga Inferno." -Jillian Michaels
Workout 1 uses body weight along with 30-second cardio intervals. Workout 2 incorporates the use of light hand weights, combining traditional resistance moves with classic yoga poses for a dynamic, flowing, and challenging practice.
Each workout offers both modified and advanced versions of the poses so you can progress at your own level. It’s time to get in amazing shape and energize your life. Get started today with Jillian Michaels Yoga Inferno.
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Like Jillian's other yoga-inspired video, Yoga Meltdown, this isn't a yoga video, it's yoga-flavored HIIT. It is an intermediate to advanced workout from an overall fitness perspective, and involves yoga poses that would be common to a class around Level 2. So, if you're a beginner to fitness, and you're not already pretty comfortable with yoga, come back to this one.
This video does have a few fun twists on typical power yoga. It fits into Jillian's usual Get A Serious Workout In 30 Minutes ethos; you'll be feeling it by the end and plenty sweaty. It's filmed in a gorgeous white sand desert, which is a nice break from fitness videos shot in gyms or fitness studios. The music is pleasantly upbeat, but not annoying, also a nice change.
A big, big, big downside: There is almost NO guidance or instruction about ANYTHING in the video -- not the yoga poses, and not the HIIT moves. If you don't already know good form for both of these things (and if you're not OK with doing a lot of rewinding after watching the models demonstrate -- there are multiple times where Jillian says "Do it!" or "Rep it out!" and NEVER explains what "it" is), then don't even start with this video. This workout will destroy your back and your knees if you don't know what you're doing; even if you do know what you're doing, you need to be confident about knowing when you need to modify or skip a move. You should have planking/chaturanga, chair pose, three-legged dog, and pigeon pose down cold, because most of the workout consists of rapid movements into and out of these poses. There's also a variation on a warrior sequence, some triangle-like business, and a token nod to the standard vinyasa.
But the biggest downside to this video: It's boring! Half the video consists of turning a yoga or yoga-like pose into some variation on jumping jacks. There's also quite a lot of planking and side planking. It all just feels like an unnecessarily complicated take on a standard bodyweight/calisthenic workout. I personally think the older video, Yoga Meltdown, was more fun and interesting (although that one is also best if you already know some yoga and can recognize injury risks without having them pointed out to you).
its tough, and Ive done yoga for years. Its yoga "western " style, for exercise and fast paced.
I like her DVDS because she really gets a great full body program in 30 min. She explains everything in detail, form is perfect and alternative positions are always offered- unlike very many exercise Dvd's.
Shes tough, but of course you can always, go slower, modify, do less, go at your own pace, just do 10, 15, 20 minutes, depending how you feel ..
Shes a great instructor and teacher. You will get a great, tone body using any of her programs regularly, and watching calories and food choices.