The FIRM Power Yoga Video
The FIRM Power Yoga

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The FIRM Power Yoga

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Relieve stress, increase flexibility, gain greater mobility, energize and re-focus with this FIRM Power Yoga video. Every move in this workout video does double duty—stretch one muscle while you strengthen another. This workout uses your own body weight as resistance. You'll shape and stretch all the muscles of your body, holding positions that improve your flexibility and balance while sculpting great abs! Firm Master Instructor Kirsten Strohecker leads you through 30 minutes of power stretches and energizing movement that will leave you refreshed and relaxed!

Christa Riley, Lisa Kay, Libby Heath, Pam Cauthen Meriwether

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baskin, posted on April 7, 2016

I liked it - nicely done.

RubyDiamond, posted on December 18, 2014

Lovely. Thank you all. ;-)

kncottrell, posted on October 27, 2014

This video definitely shouldn't be grouped with the focus "weight loss". It is very slow and very basic. Didn't love it.

janiswiggy, posted on February 8, 2014

Poses aren't held long enough to really relax or stretch into the pose. She does yoga poses but not really " yoga".

alahnancollins, posted on September 8, 2013

I don't really know who their target audience is for this video. Probably beginners and avid exercisers who want to do something on a rest day, but know rest days are not for vigorous activity. It's not a challenging video, but if you're a beginner it will be. However, it's not the *best* program for beginners because she doesn't use any of the names for the poses - although, to be honest, she does such a good job describing it that it doesn't much matter. I've gone back to this DVD for years. It's a good staple - a good way to move your muscles on a rest day, but it's not like a good "stretching" video because she doesn't hold the poses long enough for it to be a good stretching workout. Try it and see for yourself, the target audience is so niche you might like it. I think if you're outside of those two groups though, you probably won't get as much out of it as another DVD. I give it 5/5 stars though because it meets my needs, and I've been coming back to this DVD for years and years. It's a solid routine.

sandybean, posted on November 21, 2012

Not bad, but it was annoying that she did not use any yoga terminology at all (no downward dog, even). It has some good stretches, but I found the cueing was more difficult when I was not facing the computer without the use of these terms. It is a nice, quick yoga session, but not the one to look for if you're seasoned and looking to sweat a little.

guarinamolinav, posted on September 29, 2014

totally agree with the yoga terminology part. It was harder for me to follow the instructions, most of us already know the poses. It was a nice stretch but I wish it had been more yoga-driven than conditioned for other types of workouts.

TheBestIsYes, posted on November 21, 2012

Nice solid beginner Yoga. Thank You

jkubert, posted on September 19, 2012

While this is a very nice, slow stretch, it is not power yoga. You will not sweat or work too hard.

Beetta, posted on May 23, 2012

This is a great way for yoga beginners to stay focused on movements. This was a great way to start my day. I love the Firm !!

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