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Old September 25th, 2009, 01:00 PM
Maisie Galbraith Maisie Galbraith is offline
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does anybody know any yoga type moves that tone the abs and or butt? i am looking to take a class or something to that effect but im not sure yoga is the wright type of exercise to do for what im wanting to tone.. any other ideas? i used to be a dancer when i was younger and i seemed to be inshape but now i feel like im totaly out of shape and in need of some exercise.
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Old September 26th, 2009, 03:22 PM
Cindy Lunn Cindy Lunn is offline
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I'm sure if you're taking beginning yoga, the instructor will teach you all need know to tone those areas. As for me, I bought the Wii FIT and its yoga applications are pretty cool. A lot of yoga works on maintaining balance which helps with your torso overall. As for your gluts, I don't recall the name of the poses but it's like a squat pose which helps with gluts i think.
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Old October 14th, 2009, 11:16 AM
Esmeralda Esmeralda is offline
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Yoga is really good for toning muscles. I remember back in highschool my track coach implemented yoga into our work out routine. its was this high intense yogo dvd. After 30 minutes of that alone I was so sore. It wasn't only myself but others on the team as well. It stretched out alot of the muscles that I never thought I even had. I never thought yoga was so intense until then.
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Old October 15th, 2009, 04:32 PM
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Hey I was actually thinking about getting into Yoga. I'm not the real working out type of person but Yoga seems fair. Where should I get started? You don't have to actually go to a gym to do yoga right? Any videos to recommend? Anything would be nice! thanks!
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Old October 16th, 2009, 01:05 PM
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um you do not have to belong to a gym to take yoga classes you just have to find one in your area and ask them what they require for you to take their class, alot of local community colleges offer them for a very small fee. check around also if your city has a YMCA program they might offer them there on the weekends as well! good luck.
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Old October 20th, 2009, 04:26 PM
Dora Stark Dora Stark is offline
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well the best way to find a yoga pose that will help target the areas that you want to would probably be to google them. yoga dosnt really help you tone up its more to get connected with your mind and it helps you learn to be more into your other work outs. i would highly suggest pilates they will help you tone up and its kinda like yoga.
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Old October 31st, 2009, 04:34 PM
Edwina Errick Edwina Errick is offline
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I'm not familiar with yoga poses that target those areas, but you can look them up on the web and see if you can find anything, I'm sure there is something out on the internet that you can find that will help you tone your butt and thighs. Good luck~
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Old December 21st, 2009, 12:00 PM
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I just saw the bing comerical where the guy at work looks up yoga moves to do in the middle of the day to calm down when everything is going hectic. I thought it was hilarious. Anway...I guess bing is a good option to try out. Plus Yoga DVDs are pretty cheap if you go to the right place so besides just doing it in class with an instructor you can do it at home during your own free time.
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Old December 30th, 2009, 10:56 AM
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The best thing you can probably do is go on to an online website and see if you can get help there. Plus there are alot of yoga dvds and manuals that you can buy for not that expensive. Usually when you buy yoga equiptment it comes with a manual with different moves to give you some idea of what to do. I just bought a yoga book that explains the different possitions and how it benefits your body and different variations of that same work out you can do.
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