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  1. Bare graves is offline

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    9/16/2010 11:55am


     Style: newbie judo+muay thai.

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    any good yoga dvd's out there?

    i want to do some yoga to loosen up for judo and for all the other great benefits however with my annoying shift patterns i cant fit regular classses in and around here you seem to have to pay for a block of weeks which means ill be wasting alot of money.

    so is there any dvds or vidoes out there which are good?
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    9/16/2010 12:15pm


     Style: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

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    Have you done any yoga with a teacher before?
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    I've been using a David Swenson DVD and Practice manual for a while now.. Its worked fine for me, and most of the time now I can rely on just using the book to remember poses.
    "The hero and the coward both feel the same thing, but the hero projects his fear onto his opponent while the coward runs. 'Fear'. It's the same thing, but it's what you do with it that matters". - Cus D'Amato
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    9/16/2010 6:13pm


     Style: Limalama, Judo & BJJ

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    Google Prasara Primer Yoga. Its one of the better ones I've found out there for martial artists.
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    9/16/2010 8:59pm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bare graves View Post
    i want to do some yoga to loosen up for judo and for all the other great benefits however with my annoying shift patterns i cant fit regular classses in and around here you seem to have to pay for a block of weeks which means ill be wasting alot of money.

    so is there any dvds or vidoes out there which are good?
    The Rodney Yee videos are great. I've been using Rodney Yee Power Yoga for Flexibility.
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    9/17/2010 6:12pm

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    I second the Prasara rec. And going back, the BodyFlow DVD is great too, as is the Grapplers Toolbox. They all dovetail nicely.
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    9/17/2010 6:24pm


     Style: Aikido/JJJ/Judo/GoJu Ryu

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    I've done the Yoga portion of P90X. Its like over an hour long...longest video i the program, I think. No idea if its good though. My dojo was going to have a Saturday Yoga clinic/seminar, and I was going to attend - making it my first real Yoga class - but that fell through for some reason.
  8. Bare graves is offline

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    9/26/2010 12:52pm


     Style: newbie judo+muay thai.

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    thanks guys ill look them up! i recently brought the complete anatomy of stretching book which i use after a jog seems to be helping but im going to look into these dvds
    cheers
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    9/28/2010 1:23pm


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    Yoga DVD's

    My favourite yoga dvd's are those by Mark Blanchard, who teaches Power Yoga also known as Astanga Vinyasa Yoga. I have the trilogy, The Sedona Experience and his latest True Power Yoga. His type of yoga is very good in combination with any athletic pursuit. A lot of moving, a lot of stretching and loads of very difficult postures that may take you years to master (which keeps the workouts challenging). Shiva Rea's DVD's are also great. Yoga Shakti is a great one and let's you customize your workouts, she has a few other that are dance oriented but I'm not familiair with those.

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