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Helpful votes received on reviews: 97% (105 of 108)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 8,869 - Total Helpful Votes: 105 of 108
Amy Bento: Hi-Lo Dome Challenge [Import] <b>DVD</b> ~ Amy Bento
I tend to like Amy though I have't always loved her stuff. I do love her Hi/Lo Extreme DVD and was hoping this would be as good and offer me a different set of choreography to avoid getting bored. This is good cardio but I don't LOVE it--the choreography was better (and more intense) in Hi/Lo Extreme. If you're looking for intermediate to high intermediate cardio, try this. For a bit more fun and a bit more of a challenge, try her Hi/Lo Extreme video. Both include somewhat complex choreography, which might take a couple of tries to master but is something you'll be glad for the twentieth and fiftieth time you do it! I should also point out that this video contains various options for… Read more
Yoga Body - Lean & Strong <b>DVD</b> ~ Stacey Mccarthy
Yoga Body - Lean & Strong DVD ~ Stacey Mccarthy
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This is a quiet and calm workout but doesn't really do anything except relax you. If you are interested in calming down to ease anxiety or stress, try it. If you actually want to strengthen your body through yoga, skip it. It is definitely for beginners but as an introduction to yoga it is sorely lacking. If you are new to yoga, try Karen Voight, Seane Corn, or even Yoga Journal's stuff.
Strength & Endurance - Yoga Zo <b>DVD</b> ~ Yoga Zone
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I LOVE the Bryan Kest trilogy, like everybody else who practices at home. Nothing is as good as Bryan's Power Yoga set, but this is my runner-up. It is a full hour of challenging yoga. I actually dripped sweat on my mat, which I never do! It has a long sequence that builds strength and heat, and a nice collection of balancing poses (which tend to be neglected to a great extent in yoga DVDs), as well as all the floor essentials. What I really liked about this DVD, aside from it being really well-planned and well-paced, is that it really challenged me without moves I just couldn't attempt (like headstands). All the moves are totally do-able for anybody who has any yoga basics--they are… Read more