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Molly Fox's Yoga Sculpts
Molly Fox's Yoga Sculpts
Actor: Molly Fox
Genres: Exercise & Fitness
NR     2001     0hr 37min

Molly Fox's Yoga: Yoga Sculpts utilizes the ancient practice of yoga to strengthen and elongate major muscles. This 45-minute program offers an alternative to traditional weightlifting with postures that require a full ...  more »


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Actor: Molly Fox
Genres: Exercise & Fitness
Sub-Genres: Yoga
Studio: Parade Video
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 07/12/2001
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/1994
Release Year: 2001
Run Time: 0hr 37min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Excellent Yoga DVD
Kelly Harpe | 08/10/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I ordered this DVD after reading reviews of several others on The reviews all said this video was great and I have to admit I was surprised because I'd never heard of Molly Fox. I took the chance and ordered it because unlike some of the more well known videos this one had no bad reviews.When I first started the dvd I thought it looked kind of low budget but I quickly realized that what it lacked in budget it definately made up for in content,good camera work, excellent audio and simple but appealing backgrounds. The music was relaxing but not overpowering, the background was simple but soothing. Molly was so reassuring and obviously well skilled. She had a good pace to the video and described all the moves well. At first you'll probably feel she's moving quickly but this is actually the way the Sun Salutations are supposed to be done from what I hear. Also she does some more difficult moves but takes it slow enough that I was able to make it through them. One of the most important aspects of a good yoga dvd is the audio and the instructions. If you cannot follow the instructor based solely on their voice and instructions you will find yourself confused in some poses. Molly definately had this down. You can actually see that Molly really enjoyed making this video and that she is very much inspired by Yoga. This is a good dvd for an experienced person or a beginner. It's about 36 minutes which is perfect for before or after work. Believe me, you will love this video! Thanks Molly!"
Gina Old | Lower Saucon Valley, PA USA | 01/24/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I am new to Yoga. I had always belonged to a gym where I used weights and the treadmill. I started getting bored with my routine and with 2 small kids, couldn't always fit my workout in. Because of the great reviews she received, I purchased Molly Fox's DVD. Thank goodness I am flexible! This would be extremely challenging for someone who is not. I feel like this DVD is challenging enough where I will not master it right away but will not get frustrated trying. For a relatively short workout, it does target the entire body. After following Molly's workout every other day for a month, I have definitely noticed more definition in my waistline and I feel overall leaner and better."
Good for Any Beginner
Gina Old | 09/26/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This DVD is good for anyone beginning yoga. Don't expect a lot of scenery - there isn't any - but if you want good instruction and alternatives to some of the more difficult poses, this is a good option."
Short 35 min yoga session from 1994 not too challenging for
Lena, LMT | Nassau, NY | 03/29/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Since this came out in the 1990s, expect the sparse set w/a couple of lit triangle props & the instructor in a dark green leotard that goes to the ankles like you see in the photo. Molly's alone & she talks w/wireless mic strapped to her leotard as she goes. There seems to be no breaks as she perspires as time wears on. She tells you the English name of the pose as you go into usually. She gives the usual basic cues, move the quads off the knees, send energy to the feet, ground your feet, etc. Not enough for a total beginner. She holds all poses besides the sun salutations for 5-6 ful breaths & always tells you when to breath in/out when going in/out of each pose & reminders during which is relaxing. The music is played really low, it's not great, it's not bad, it's ok. I think it's Molly's good intention & good presence that keeps me going.
Sun Salutations: 8 min
done 7x, only mountain, back bend, standing fwd bend, lunge, plank, up dog, down dog, mountain basic ones. She moves in a clipped pace, 1 breath for each pose. On the 6th & 7th time, she adds bending the elbows a few times & longer up dog to work the upper body.
Standing Poses: 17 min
No more sun salutations, each pose held for 5-6 breaths & each on done on one side, then the other, then repeated on each side again. Triangle, standing fwd bend, side angle, wide angle fwd bend, warrior series (warrior 1 & 2, child's (2 breaths), down dog, chair (2 breaths) in between.
Balancing Poses: 4 min
These are only done 1x each side: Frog, warrior 3, squatting down & balancing on toes, crow & as you ease to sitting staff pose, try to hold body up with hands for a second.
Sitting Poses: 4 min
modified boat, boat, sitting fwd bend, bridge
Savasana/Relaxation: 2 min
Molly verbally guides throughout & is mostly sitting up herself.

Overall I like she holds the poses a while, she seems to know what she's doing & has good presence overall to keep you from getting bored. If you have trouble finding yoga dvd like this is described & like the style, get it, otherwise you're not missing that much.