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Old 01-26-07, 09:03 AM  
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Yoga/Pilates/Fusion DVDs?

I am enjoying some yoga/pilates/fusion workouts, but I am interested in some different ones. I am not a serious yoga person--I like the more "moving in warrior II" stuff. Does this fit the "power yoga" description? I would consider myself high int. probably. For example, I enjoy the Crunch Fat Burning Yoga, Minna Strength and Grace, Breakthru Pilates Plus, but I am ready for something more challenging. Suggestions appreciated...
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Old 01-26-07, 10:35 AM  
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Donna Read and Helen Vanderburg have this one that combines the two and is definitely a bit more challenging:

http://www.donnareadfitness.com/videos.html
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Old 01-26-07, 10:50 AM  
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Reach by Kari Anderson is great.
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Old 01-26-07, 10:55 AM  
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- I've heard good things about Reach, but haven't tried it myself.
- For a real challenge, I would suggest some of the Istretch routines from Itrain.com. They are more yoga then pilates - as opposed to a total fusion, but they're excellent!
- You might also like Yogalites (I've done levels II and III).
- Angles Lines and Curves II is also a good fusion workout - I traded it, but I found it to be great for flexibility and particularly lower abs (I felt them the next day even though I didn't think I would while doing the workout).
- You might also like Breakthru Pilates Sculpt.
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Old 01-26-07, 11:08 AM  
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I second Kari's Reach recommendation. (And you can get it at Ross for $4.99).
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Old 01-26-07, 11:12 AM  
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I second Reach and Angles, Lines and Curves II by Kari Anderson. Yogilates is also good. If you use Itrain workouts, you might try Istretch combinations.
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Old 01-26-07, 11:15 AM  
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Ellen Barrett's Super Slimdown is good. Yoga/Pilates blend.
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Old 01-26-07, 12:10 PM  
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I second the Ellen Barret one. I really enjoy it.
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Old 01-26-07, 12:52 PM  
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Thanks

Thanks to you all for these suggestions. Keep posting others that you may think of.
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Old 01-26-07, 03:57 PM  
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All the Right Moves by Grace Lazenby is excellent! You can try getting it on Amazon marketplace if they have it.
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