Monday, October 19, 2009

Pulse Yoga DVD Feature & GIVEAWAY!

KMR Communications, Inc is pleased to offer one reader a DVD of


A basic yoga routine that introduces the Pulse concept of micro movements within a posture. Key areas such as abdominal, lower back and gluteous muscles are targeted. Alternating right/left pulse movements with free weights define and sculpt the upper body.
  • Apply the use of free weights in novel ways to basic yoga postures
  • Strengthen and tone key areas such as the abdominals, lower back upper arms and gluteus
  • Teach core awareness
  • Stretch chronically tight areas such as the hamstrings and hip flexors

Pulse Yoga I Basic DVD

60 Minutes

Only $14.99

Excerpt from info I received:

Pulse Yoga is a result of my personal quest to find yoga routines that accomplish much more than other yoga styles. A few years ago I was diagnosed with osteopenia. This is almost osteoporosis, but not quite. I was shocked as I have been practicing yoga for so many years and consider myself to be in very good physical condition. The doctor told me that I needed to do some sort of weight training program. I have never really liked working out in a gym, always preferring yoga. I also did not want to give up precious time allotted to my yoga practice, so I decided to incorporate free weights into my yoga routines.
As a woman in my 50's, I also wanted more toning, strengthening and increased muscle definition, again without using machines in the gym. So, in addition to the free weights, I added micro movements that primarily target areas such as the gluteus muscles, abdominals, upper arms and lower back. These micro movements within the yoga postures are highly effective with results that are noticeable immediately.

Win It!
I'm so happy to announce that KMR Communications has offered up a DVD of Pulse Yoga to one (1) reader. 

Main entry: (A must!)Just leave a comment with email on this post to be entered to win. Feel free to add if you have tried yoga before or not. 

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Giveaway ends 10/26/09 at 11:59 pm Central Standard time. Winner chosen using Winner will be posted on this blog and will be emailed. Winner has 72 hours from Winner announcement to reply to claim prize. 

* 1 winner will receive 1 Pulse Yoga DVD. No compensation was or will be provided to me to feature this product.


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Kristie said...

I've never tried Yoga before, but I would love to! This sounds great!

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I love yoga, but I need guidance to do it in the house. This would be great! stuffparentsneed (at) gmail (dot) com

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Mandy said...

Would love to get back into yoga after the birth of my child.

chaipo said...

Yay count me in! I love trying new types of Yoga.

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Julie said...

I have not tried yoga yet but would like to :)

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Henrietta said...

I would love to try Yoga, I do Jazzercise 3 times a week but I need something that gives me a little more stretch too! Thanks!

Colby and Cheddar said...

I used to practice yoga, and it has been a long time. I really would like to start up again!

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Susan said...

I recently started using weights to help tone up. I do yoga about 3 days a week so it would be great to find a way to incorporate the 2 into making a better workout for myself.


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