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SIMARIA1 Posts: 350
1/16/13 1:33 P

I love Yoga. A good video to start with is Leslie Sansone "You Can Do Yoga". Pretty basic and to kick it up a notch "The Firm Yoga" (power Yoga). I switch from one to another, depending on how I feel. I find that Yoga has helped me with my other exercise routines; I am more limber and flexible. I am going to be 57 soon so staying flexible is important to me.

I encourage you to incorporate Yoga into your routine, you won't regret it!

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1/16/13 12:51 P

TO 3PARKERBOYSMOM: I too find Jillian a little boring, I do have some of her begginer stuff, once I learned the stuff, I just play some music..

UGAKATE85 Posts: 2,616
1/16/13 10:16 A

I have found classes are best for when just starting out as you need an instructor to help you properly align your body into the poses. Once you learn the basic poses and how your body should feel when you are properly in them, you can add more videos, games, etc. I have found I like the Wii fit yoga but not sure if they have something comparable for xbox. good luck!

3PARKERBOYSMOM SparkPoints: (5,125)
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1/16/13 9:52 A

I would like to being incorporating yoga into my fitness regimen. I am clueless as how to start. I have a Jillian Michaels DVD but I find it a bit boring (who would think she could be boring?!). Is there a DVD, online site, app or game (we have an Xbox), you recommend? And what is the biggest benefit you have experienced from yoga?

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