Reddit Reddit reviews Rodney Yee's Yoga for Beginners (Packaging May Vary)

We found 7 Reddit comments about Rodney Yee's Yoga for Beginners (Packaging May Vary). Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Rodney Yee's Yoga for Beginners (Packaging May Vary)
*Two full-length yoga workouts for beginners*On-screen pose training for perfect form*Secrets to overcoming the most common yoga mistakes*Audio Selection for each program full or pose only instruction
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7 Reddit comments about Rodney Yee's Yoga for Beginners (Packaging May Vary):

u/kc7wbq · 11 pointsr/Fitness

Not free, but I highly recommend Rodney Yee's Yoga for Beginners.

They aren't strength building workouts. One is a good morning work out to get you're blood flowing and loosen up your muscles. The other is a good night workout to stretch out tight muscles before going to bed.

u/theoldthatisstrong · 3 pointsr/fitness30plus

>Yoga is the real question for me, I've never done it before, but I'd really love to try it. Do you guys have any tips?

My first tip would be to decide what you want out of your yoga sessions because there are many varieties with correspondingly many goals. Personally, I use yoga for recovery/mobility/flexibility, not as a "workout" or "training". Given that, I do a yoga session as part of the general mobility / recovery work I typically do on Tues/Thurs.

If you're just getting started with yoga, perhaps you could just pick up a good beginner's DVD and do it in front of the TV a couple days a week. This is still what I do as I believe most gym-based yoga classes are generally more focused on people who believe that yoga is their workout.

For a good beginner DVD, I recommend Rodney Yee's Yoga for Beginners because it comes with two 20ish-minute yoga sessions as well as a pose guide to help you work on your form.

>should I consider it a cardio day? or is it more of a bodyweight workout?

You'll only know the answer to these questions depending on how you answer the first question -- what do you want it to be?

u/slrqm · 3 pointsr/fitness30plus

I like this one:

It has a 20 minute morning (gets your blood flowing) routine and 20 minute evening (relaxes you) routine, and a 45 minute pose instruction routine.

u/SavedYourLifeBitch · 2 pointsr/yoga

I asked a similar question here.

How are you liking Bob's video? It seems to be part of a set that has some pretty good reviews. Rodney Yee's Yoga for Beginners also seems to be widely recommended for beginners.

u/Kittenmittons91 · 1 pointr/PolishGauntlet

This is my favorite Rodney Yee video if you're new to yoga. I also enjoyed this and this, although I don't own them.

I tried that Power Yoga video once and it totally kicked my ass. People I know who do yoga more than I do enjoy it, though.

u/motherofdragoncats · 1 pointr/flexibility

Well the thing about the back is you have 6 layers of muscle going in different directions, so you really want to do a series of stretches to target different muscles. And you can't leave out the psoas muscles because they are such assholes.
I do a lot of yoga, I do cat/cow, then sun salutations, then child's pose every day. Then I do whatever poses feel needed throughout the day. There will be some repetition in these links because they're lists, sorry! These and these and these are so fab. I also really love this dvd because it has a pose guide that forces you to check your form and hold the poses for a while. There's a lot of standing while you're working through the pose guide, which is good for the glute medius. I am pretty sure they cover tree pose, and there are some yummy twists in the two routines. If you're in pain, this routine is nice and gentle.
The other thing I do that has been awesome for my core is I learned some belly dance and burlesque. I know, not your jam. I'll just say that belly dance hip circles and shimmies and burlesque grinds feel great, and nobody can see you doing them in the shower.