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Jennifer Aniston's trainer --Mandy Ingber created a unique practice that blends traditional yoga with toning. This is cutting edge yoga - the combination of resistance training and yoga making Yogalosophy an efficient to get in great shape. The perfect program for the both yoga enthusiasts looking to change up their practice as well as non-yogis looking for a more athletic, results-driven routine.
Introduction by Jennifer Aniston
Express workout (2 versions 30 mins)
Bonus audio features provides one routine with cuing and the same routine with music alone
Fully loaded challenge (55 mins)
Extras (25 mins)
Reviews parts of the Fully loaded program with breakout segments so that you can work on a move you may not have quite mastered during the routine .
- Introduction by Jennifer Aniston
- Express workout (2 versions – 30 mins)
- Bonus audio features provides one routine with cuing and the same routine with music alone
- Fully loaded challenge (55 mins)
- Extras (25 mins)
- Reviews parts of the Fully loaded program with breakout segments so that you can work on a move you may not have quite mastered during the routine
- Amazing music soundtrack featuring licensed music
Top Customer Reviews
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
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.Read more ›
combining yoga + strength: 4 stars. Although this is not a new concept (see Exhale Core Fusion workouts), I like how she alternated between a yoga move and a strength training move. The moves were vey simple and nothing new, but you get a workout of the entire body. Some moves are static (you stay in one position) and some dynamic. Some sample moves are downward dog, squats, cat/cow, leg lifts.
Information about form, breath, and how posture can help: 2.5 stars. I say TMI! Although you can never have too much info about form and breathing, a running commentary about anything that pops into your mind about yoga is not relaxing to me or helpful after the first time.
Cuing: 1 star. Although I think the moves are easy enough for a beginner, someone new to yoga is going to get frustrated by this video. She says she is going to do 8 reps of everything, but doesn't. This inconsistency wouldn't matter, except she doesn't work alternating sides evenly so you have to keep count.Read more ›
It is clear that regardless of her approach, Mandy is knowledgable about yoga practice. Yes some of her cuings are a little unorthodox and it's not like a yoga class where you have a soft spoken yogi help move you through the asanas and then reward you with a minute long shavasana at the end. What she brings is a knowledge of yoga and helps apply it in a way that will help you see results.
A lot of people complained about her talking. I actually found it refreshing - like having your friend instruct you through a workout. She's really funny actually. A couple of times I wanted to say "yeah, ok I get it you have a rockin' bod" because she would say things like "This move is the reason I look good in these shorts" which, she did look good in those shorts, but that's a given. I think after a few times doing the routines you should be able to do it without cuing and then you don't have to listen to those funny little lines!
This is a pretty tough workout. I consider myself relatively fit - with a dance background and a regular routine of yoga and cardio. There were a couple of times during the routine that I had to take a small break. You don't realize how hard your working!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not impressed. She's condisending,self diluted,and not enough yoga.Published 1 month ago by jesser13
Overall I like this work out. My only gripe is that sometimes she talks ay too long and then starts counting the pose, which can make one side way longer than the other. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Brett and Carin
I finally got around to trying this dvd out this weekend. While I'm sure she's a great happy hour companion, I don't care for her teaching method. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Shoofly Pie
Buyer beware, same DVD under two different covers and Amazon prompts you to buy both with the book. Mandy recorded the routine twice, once while talking and once while silent. Read morePublished 6 months ago by RouxAndBaka
This was a bit disappointing. I bought it because I found a workout this lady did on Pinterest and I loved it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jeanie
I decided to try this DVD after doing her Yoga class on Pop Sugar, although it was a little fast paced for my taste. Read morePublished 9 months ago by CY