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you will see very quickly why being inflexible probably means yoga will be great for you
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My wife has been telling me for years to do yoga and I’ve resisted since I’ve always maintained that a) I’m not flexible enough to do yoga and, b) its not enough of a workout because if I’m going to workout, I want to get sweaty. So, for anyone who re-reads point a, you will see very quickly why being inflexible probably means yoga will be great for you, since a lot of it is stretching. After doing these videos, I can also say that my point b is also way off the mark since you can do many levels of yoga that will challenge you physically if that is what you’re going for. So, while I really hate to admit it, the most painful part of these videos is admitting my wife was right. Each of these videos focuses on an area of the body that I’ve been feeling sore or stressed for years. I’ve actually started doing these videos as part of my Miracle Morning (check out the Hal Elrod book) and have been amazed at how much better I feel now that I’ve been doing yoga consistently for over a month. I really like the way Julia approaches the videos and that she smiles throughout. I’ve started using a lot of the stretches throughout my days.
Best video for beginners!!
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I did a beginners yoga class in college and loved it. Unfortunately, life gets in the way with new experiences (aka new job, new relationships) that took over and I put yoga to the side. I have now gotten my life in order (yey me!) and am trying to get back into yoga. I am about a week and a half in and I wish I would of found Julie’s videos first. I have watched a few of the yoga videos through amazon and yes they are all good, but I believe Julie has the best video for beginners!! All the stretches she has you go through are exactly what I remember from my college class. I have just finished watching the first two videos from this album and I really enjoyed it.
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I love this series! I have seriously tight muscles and have lost a lot of flexibility in recent years. These videos are great for a beginner and have helped to me increase my flexibility and build strength. I love Julia’s voice, smile, and positive energy!
Finally! Perfect for those who aren’t bendy!
I workout 4 days a week and someone suggested I add an extra day to the end of the week and do yoga for stretching out the body. I’ve tried various yoga videos in the past and found most to be more advanced even when stated it was for beginners. I came across this one and decided to give it a try since my problem is flexibility. This was exactly what I’ve been looking for! The moves aren’t overly difficult but you still feel it and the instructor is understanding that not everyone can bend themselves into a pretzel. I was able to complete the video without feeling like I couldn’t keep up and felt amazing afterwards. I will be adding this video to my regular rotation.
Clearly & Slow Explanations, but Too Fast with Movements @ times
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She does a decent job in clearly, calmly, and slowly explaining the poses- from how you should position your body to how you should breath. I’ve been seeking to get begin yoga for some time and definitely consider myself one of the “inflexibles.” A con is that she does move through the downward dog and upward dog position quickly. As someone on the mend from a knee injury, I can’t move this quickly. So, I make peace with doing what I can. I don’t agree that this is for beginners, I have another video that I will use to meet my knees.
I’m a "Picky" video exercise critic, and this is Excellent!
I liken myself to being a “Princess and the Pea” when it comes to not only mattresses, but also food, movies, books, and yes exercise videos. If the exercise instructor is too “bubbly” in her verbal instruction or too wordy, or not wordy enough, or not bubbly enough, etc, I can’t follow the routine. I love Yoga for the Inflexible because the instructor fits the bill when it comes to pleasant and easy to follow as well as an excellent “series” that you can change up every day to work on different aspects of flexibility. I’ve had chronic pain and tight pelvic, abdominal and leg muscles as well as Adrenal Fatique and shallow breathing for 3 years and I’m able to follow her very well without it tiring me out with too much vigorous “vinyasa flows”. Thank you! Love it!
Really good for those of us who are not flexible
Really love this instructor. She has such a positive attitude and is great for affirming all the work you are doing. This will be great to revisit as I get farther into my yoga journey to keep working on my flexibility. She explains the poses really well, and my muscles feel good and were never sore.
Very good beginning!
I used to do a lot of yoga when I was younger, and I want to get back into it. This is the perfect video to start my journey! Julia’s method is exactly what I needed, beginner options with suggestions for modifications. Looking forward to more yoga in my life!