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Denise Austin: Yoga Body Burn
Denise Austin Yoga Body Burn
Actor: Denise Austin
Director: Cal Pozo
Genres: Fitness & Yoga
NR     2007     0hr 50min

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Actor: Denise Austin
Director: Cal Pozo
Genres: Fitness & Yoga
Sub-Genres: Yoga, Weight Training
Studio: Lions Gate
Format: DVD - Color,Full Screen - Closed-captioned
DVD Release Date: 12/18/2007
Release Year: 2007
Run Time: 0hr 50min
Screens: Color,Full Screen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English
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Member Movie Reviews

Melanie C. from GROTON, CT
Reviewed on 7/8/2010...
I love Denise, but I know a lot of people don't - she's very perky and she opens her eyes up SO WIDE it's a little terrifying - so you definitely have to keep that in mind! This is a great workout, vigorous enough to get you sweating while opening up all your muscles. I love that it can be done as a few different sessions, though it's really not tough unless you do it all together. My favorite part is the last stretch, though, which has a few of my favorite poses (pigeon, thread the needle) and is a great stretch for afterany workout. It's not really "yoga", though - of course, going into a Denise workout that's for weight loss, you shouldn't expect that, but just as forewarning! There are yoga poses, but it's adapted to be more of a regular workout than a yoga practice.

Movie Reviews

Poor instruction
M. T. Bowers | Northern Illinois | 01/01/2008
(2 out of 5 stars)

"This is a slightly more advanced workout than we usually get from Denise. I was surprised to see her do The Crow, for instance. However, I have to give her low marks for her cueing on this workout. This is a pet peeve of many who exercise with her, but I usually don't mind her cheery babble. This one's pretty bad that way, though. As she does so infuriatingly on her TV shows, she puts you in a position where you can't see the TV, then says something like "Put your hands right here." Right where? While I'm doing a free workout on Lifetime, I don't mind. When I've bought a DVD which should have had more planning (perhaps a script?), I expect more. While I liked the workout, I found myself getting mad by the time she put me in Corpse Pose and told me to clear my mind.

If you've never done yoga before, don't start here -- it moves too fast (at an aerobic pace), and Denise will have you thoroughly confused. (Beginners -- try the excellent Yoga Zone DVDs.) You'd never know it by this review, but I'm actually a fan of Denise's. Her recent Hit The Spot Pilates is one of my all-time favorites. I'm just disappointed that after all her years as a fitness instructor, she's still so bad at cueing."
Fun Denise Austin Yoga Routine. One of her best yet!
YogaKat | Oregon United States | 01/20/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I love Denise Austin's routines. She is so upbeat and her workouts are fun! You should have some knowledge of yoga beforehand as this really is NOT an instructional DVD. Denise packs a lot of great yoga postures into a short amount of time, yet she holds the poses for a good amount of time and really doesn't seem rushed.

A reviewer said she does not cue well, but I think it's just fine: you should have some knowledge of yoga already and know about the positioning of your body in specific poses. Once you get used to the routine it is really easy to follow and quite fun!

You get 4 routines on the DVD and it's great because with the menus you can mix and match in any order you like. The first one is the longest and called Total Yoga Toning. It includes standing postures, most vinyasa style (lots of flow and movement). I especially like the next three: Legs, Abs, and Stretch; each one is approx. 10 minutes for a great quick 30 min yoga session. Some of the postures can be a bit of a challenge; this is much more traditional than I've seen from Denise in previous DVDs. The set is beautiful, bright orange blue water fall in the background.

This is not hard core yoga, but a lovely easy practice that will definitely brighten and start your day right. If you like Denise's other DVD, you will like this one. (If you don't like her voice, upbeat attitude, cueing, etc., you will probably not like this one either.) You can mute her voice and just have music, although I don't see the benefit of this option since you would have to constantly look up to follow along. (A choice of no music would be nice then I could add my own, but that option is not available on this DVD.)

Please check my other reviews on Amazon for other great yoga practices, Namaste'
Yoga was fine
A. Spangler | Michigan | 05/22/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I really liked this. I have never done yoga before in my life and this was pretty good for me..a beginner. None of those crazy yoga stances or positions..but very basic and great for well as working on strengthening muscles. It's very calm and relaxed. I enjoyed it doing this..great for beginners."