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Mandy Ingber's Yogalosophy DVD

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$14.98

Yoga meets toning to sculpt sleek muscles

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A celebrity yoga and fitness instructor, Mandy Ingber knows how to motivate and get results fast. Mandy developed Yogalosophy – a blend of traditional yoga poses and muscle-carving toning exercises – to bring fitness and mental clarity together in one powerful workout that reshapes the body. Total run time: 90 minutes.

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Mandy Ingber’s Yogalosophy DVD Features:
  • Two full-length yoga practices with varying levels of intensity
  • Burns calories and sculpts muscle
  • Light instruction for a relaxing practice
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Total run time: 90 minutes

PrintMandy Ingber is a fitness and wellness advisor, who first gained popularity with her sold-out yoga and spinning classes in Los Angeles. For over 15 years, she motivated people with her light-hearted approach and unique teaching style. It is her ability to connect with a wide range of students, which makes her accessible to the yoga novice as well as the professional athlete. Mandy has been named “Best of LA” in LA Weekly and Los Angeles Magazine. Mandy has been the headliner for such events as the annual People Magazine A-List Workout and SELF Magazine’s 2010 Workout In the Park. Mandy resides in her hometown of Los Angeles, where she teaches privately.
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Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Worst Yoga Video I Have Ever Owned I have been doing Yoga for over 10 years and during that time have purchased many videos. Unfortunately, this is the only DVD that I reqret purchasing and I will not be using it again. The cuing is basically non-existant. Therefore you need to watch the TV continually to see what Mandy is doing, or when she changes to the next position. This is very hard on the neck and it negates any relaxation you expect to receive from Yoga. As far as the routines, I received minimal benefit and I found her continual chatting quite annoying. The narrative on the cover of the DVD is very disceiving since it actually says "The bonus audio feature allows you to practice to Mandy's verbal cues and direction". I would like to return this DVD but I purchased it at London Drugs and like most places, they don't accept returns on DVD's that have been opened. December 4, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by yoga + toning Having used several Rodney Yee videos, this is a completely different style and I was a little surprised the yoga elements were more subtle. While Yee cues everything and guides you through breathing and meditation along with yoga exercise, here there's lots of talk about getting your 'a-s' in shape. I don't do yoga for my a-s, I do it to relieve anxiety and get healthier. (Yes, I had to edit myself for the GAIAM website while quoting the video.) Regardless, the combination of toning exercises with yoga is really effective, I feel like I get a great workout. And even if Ingber isn't very yoga-minded, her commentary is very lighthearted and easy to follow along with. Overall it's a great video that I think I'll use often, alternating with the more meditative styles. October 25, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by One of the worst yoga DVDs I own Mandy seems like a very sweet person, but I literally got so frustrated with trying to follow her instructions that I stopped the DVD after about 15 minutes. She doesn't provide cues and instead of focusing on your poses, you're focused on the TV trying to figure out what she is doing. Not a relaxing practice at all. I have about 100 yoga DVDs, and sadly, this is one of the worst. Sorry, Mandy. September 10, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by TERRIBLE cueing I wanted to like this DVD----tried it several times. I find the cues on this DVD to be virtually nonexistent. Mandy moves through the sun salutations and poses with no instruction. I do yoga all the time so I'm not talking about basics, I'm just talking about letting you know when to move. I'm hanging out in downward dog and she has moved on to the next round. Further, the flow of the entire DVD is more like a pilates class than yoga. Although the poses have the same names, I wouldn't call this yoga at all. September 6, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by save your money out of the 9 DVD's in my collection (all from Gaiam) this, for me, was the most boring. the cuing was pretty off. as she is explaining the movements she forgets that she is asking us to "8 reps at a time" and winds up doing more than 8 (12 at one point) and does 8 for the opposite side. she needs to count off every movement as some of the Asanas (poses) are faced down. you don't have the indicator. some people prefer they get the count down to move along w/ her. again when you are face down and cant hear her count down. the practicing yogi could be faster or slower than her set pace because you cant see from a face down position. breathing is such an important part for yoga practice. IT IS THE FOUNDATION OF THE PRACTICE. she never set a pace for the in or out breath on any movements IE: do you breath in or out when you go down in a squat or lung? i think a beginning yogi needs that info...ive been practicing yoga for some time now and am always looking for a new challenge but these reviews helped very little...maybe this is why they NEEDED Jennifer Aniston as an endorser. I should have known..Namaste July 6, 2012
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