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Lauren Brooks has upped her game with another great kettlebell workout DVD.
Wonder what would happen if two mobility experts created a training kit? Here's your answer.
Navigating postpartum exercise can be difficult, but this system created by Leah Keller takes away the guesswork.
Exercise DVDs may be convenient, but a new study showed they were less effective than having a coach.
In this DVD, Joel Jamieson explains some of the most common mistakes trainers make and proven techniques to help athletes train better.
This movie provides a glance into the ways women have changed the face of yoga through the years.
I’m not prone to either exaggeration or emotion, but I thought "Desert Runners" was one of the most entertaining stories I’ve seen in ages. I loved every second of it.
Taking time to relax should be easy, but it's also easy to make excuses and skimp on your unwind time. Rodney Yee's new DVD is a great relaxation resource if you're fatigued from workouts or life.
Rodney Yee's "Power Up Yoga" is a short but effective practice that aids recovery and mobility and builds strength and stamina. For these reasons, it's also ideal for athletes.
Shiva Rea's "Prenatal Yoga" is a great choice for a gentle, low-impact prenatal yoga routine to prevent pregnancy discomforts and relax the body and mind.
"Yoga Shakti" is more than a workout DVD - it's a comprehensive resource and the perfect place to begin if you want to start a home yoga practice.
This book and DVD provide great progressions for bar-based exercises. They also made me realized what a cool guy Al Kavadlo is. I just want to hangout with the guy now.
Extreme Strength! is a great product for people interested in advancing their ability to move some kettlebells around, especially in the Olympic lifting exercises. It's not for beginners, though.
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"Kettlebell Boomer" provides over 100 minutes of kettlebell workouts, as well as instruction and athlete interviews. I recommend this DVD to older adults who want to use kettlebells as they age.
In the second installment of his kettlebell workout DVD series, Keith Weber takes things to a new level, which is well-articulated in the tagline: “Exceed your limits.”
If the word "cardio" makes you think of stair steppers and treadmills, you need to try Keith Weber's "Extreme Kettlebell Cardio Workout." This is not your typical cardio workout.