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DDP Yoga

DDP Yoga is not traditional yoga, it’s a hybrid workout that incorporates
some traditional yoga movements and adds dynamic resistance, active breathing techniques and power movements to make for a more challenging and results oriented workout.

The main benefits are body fat loss, lean muscle growth, and improved cardio levels all without placing undue stress on the joints. A valid comparison to yoga is they both provide increased flexibility and core strengthening.

It is currently used by professional football players, professional as well as amateur wrestlers, MMA fighters, and regular everyday people who want to perform at optimum levels and want to place themselves in the best position to see career and life changing results and improve their quality of life.

DDP Yoga is the evolution of what was formerly the YRG Fitness System, which is best know for what many say is the most dramatic transformation in the health and fitness industry.

Disabled Veteran Arthur Boorman

You couldn’t write a better inspirational story than Arthur Boorman’s – when I first talked to him on the phone I had no idea what he would achieve with DDP Yoga and a little encouragement. Without a doubt, it’s the most incredible transformation in fitness history! Watch his story and think about all the obstacles he had to overcome, and then think about what YOU are capable of. It’s because of Arthur’s amazing story, that I like to ask, “WHAT COULD YOU DO?” Most of us have it easy compared to him, and he is now a true DDP Yoga warrior! He has proven to so many that ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE.

Chris Jericho on DDPYOGA

I’ve been telling friends about DDP Yoga for over a decade, and I think it’s FINALLY starting to sink in. Like me, a lot of elite athletes have been through the gamut of injuries — torn rotator cuffs, knee surgeries, torn muscles, and just getting up in the morning can be challenge. When I heard Chris Jericho was suffering from similar back injuries to my own, I reached out to him and he was willing to try anything… even “Yoga”. Ha! Watch his testimonial to see the results he achieved with DDP Yoga. I’m so thankful to him for speaking out about his experience with my workout, as it further validates just how effective DDP Yoga is. You won’t find another workout that strengthens while it heals, increases your flexibility as you burn fat!

What DDP did to overcome ALL his INJURIES!

DDP Yoga is designed by Diamond Dallas Page (DDP) a three-time professional wrestling heavyweight champion, whose career spanned two decades and who entered the ring at 35, an age when most pro athletes are forced into retirement.

DDP Yoga is a revolutionary fitness system that places no pressure on the joints, elevates cardio levels, develops core strength and flexibility, promotes body fat loss and increases lean muscle growth.
DDP has taken his body to hell and back as he traveled the world and wrestled up to 270 days a year suffering major injuries to his neck, back, shoulders and knees, injuries that could easily derail a career and affect his quality of life.
His answer to this was DDP Yoga, a system that allows you to work at your own ability and with consistency reap benefits that will help hold back the hands of time.

Stacey Morris’  Weight Loss Journey

Sometimes, there really is such a thing as ‘one size fits all.’ Check out the video transformation of Team DDP Yoga member Stacey Morris and you’ll see what I mean. Over the years, I’ve learned from Team DDP Yoga members from all walks of life, that DDP Yoga can be used for varying reasons and to achieve different results for different people.When I developed DDP Yoga more than a decade ago, I never intended it to be a weight loss tool. I’m 6 foot 4, never had a fat day in my life, but was in major pain from my wrestling career. What I was looking for was to be able to walk across a room without hobbling in pain. DDP Yoga delivered. Then came Terri Lange and Arthur Boorman, who dropped significant amounts of weight doing DDP Yoga. The list of formerly obese people who have transformed their lives and bodies continues to grow. Just check out Team DDP Yoga ( www.TeamDDPYoga.com ) to see the examples of Terri, Arthur, Doug Steffen, Eric ‘Sparky’ Collier, and Stacey Morris. Stacey was 345 pounds in January 2009 when she found DDP Yoga. She was 44 and at the end of her rope after a lifetime of dieting and regaining weight. But she was willing to embrace the DDP Yoga lifestyle. This video of her transformation shows what can be done if you’re willing to put in the work, change your lifestyle and invest in yourself. Are you ready?

 

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    May 4, 2012 3:53 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Melissa Hoehn

    I am interested in knowing how many hours a day this workout transformation takes. It looks great, but I have tried so many things, I am not willing to buy another product til I know more about it.

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    May 4, 2012 5:36 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Bill Benson

    I’m ready!
    I served from 1984 to 1997 in the United States Marine Corps, as a machine gunner, and in the Washington Army National Guard from 2006-2009, including a year long deployment to Iraq (OIF 2008-2009). I’m 60% disabled, mostly due to cumulative damage done to my knees, shoulders, and back while in the Infantry.
    Now I’m an overweight 46 year old, sitting at 320 pounds, and my joints hurt even more, my breathing hurts, my core strength is gone, and I’m really feeling old. I don’t like it and it’s probably killing me!
    Save my life, guys. I’ve never asked for help from anyone before, but I can’t do this on my own…
    Where do I start?

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  • May 5, 2012 2:00 amPosted 2 years ago
    amanda jane avis

    Hi there,
    I am so intrigued. I own a fitness studio in Santa Monica, CA where I teach Pilates, Yoga and Gyrotonic. I have taught for over 16 years and am a dancer. My fiance and I are more than likely relocating due to his occupation. With the impending move, I would love to incorporate more yoga in my teaching. I am certified in both Yoga and Yoga Therapy through the White Lotus Foundation and Loyola Marymount University, respectively. I hope this note finds you well. Please let me know if there is a teaching opportunity, as I would be very interested in working with veterans and all those who are suffering from chronic pain and psychological set backs.
    Thank you for your time,
    Amanda Jane Avis

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    May 5, 2012 2:18 amPosted 2 years ago
    kim

    hi,

    I came accross you’re website. how can I find out more about your yoga for weightloss?

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    May 5, 2012 6:25 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Donna Berkey

    I just watched Arthur Boorman’s video…made me cry. My husband is a Cold War era Veteran who has had the odds stacked against him the past 4 years. We have known each other for 15 and have been married for 4. Shortly after we got together he began to not feel well. Over the course of 2 weeks he had headaches, shortness of breath and loss of vision. We wound up in the ER where his BP was 283/167. I almost lost him that day, but he walked into and out of the hospital 3 days later! It took 6 weeks for his vision to return; the only reminder is a grey area in his left eye. He tried to go back to work, but hefting 50lb mortar shells and years of construction dictated it wasn’t meant to be…he herniated 2 discs in his back. He went thru a failed lamenectomy, where a good day was he was able to get from the couch to the bathroom unaided. We waited 5 months for his spinal fusion. During that time he went from making 40k to 0 overnight. We were evicted from our rental home for being 1 month behind in our rent, and became homeless for 9 weeks. The repossessed his beloved motorcycle for being 2 months behind. We slept on a friends couch for those 9 week, while my kids shared rooms with theirs. We signed the lease on a low income, 2 bd apt the night before his fusion. Surgically a success, he has been left with nerve damage on his left side. His left foot is numb, he suffers from burning down his leg, muscle spasms, and never ending back pain. After they took his bike, he suffered a nervous breakdown and the onset of PTSD from an even the Army says never happened on the Czech border where approx. 30 women and children were massacred trying to cross the border into W. Germany. My husband and his men were there and witnessed this but were bound by orders to not fire back. At debriefing they were told it never happened, never to speak of it, and signed papers stating if they did speak of the incident, they would be jailed. The sight and sounds of that night now haunt him every day. We then found out by accident he had Hepatitis C. He went thru the grueling treatment that gave him every side effect that was possible. We averaged 1 trip a week to the ER for almost 9 months, enduring bronchitis, pneumonia, anemia, blood transfusions, nausea, weakness, and finally a pulmonary embolism after which we ended treatment. However, it was a successful treatment and 2 years later, he has no sign of the virus. His immune system suffered and still doesn’t function right. He goes 1x a month for ketamine infusions to help with his back pain. Without it, he is almost incapacitated. The more he moves, the more pain and burning he has. He takes 15 different meds for BP, PTSD, back pain, COPD and high triglycerides. He has gained 70 lbs and looks and feels awful. Could your program be of benefit to him? I was so moved by Arthurs story that I felt I had to write and see if I could contact someone who may be able to offer some help. He wants to be more active, but as soon as he walks, pain and burning knock him down. Then the spasms begin and he gets lost in the circle. Thank you for any advice you may be able to provide. Sincerely, Donna Berkey.

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    May 6, 2012 3:15 amPosted 2 years ago
    Becky Shepherd

    I watched the video on Arthur and Stacey. I was amazed at the progress and success they have made. Arthur’s story brought tears of joy at his accomplishments. I’m a little skeptical. I have tried so many weight loss programs. I am a 51 year old diabetic, that has had a hip replaced in the last 2 years and 2 tendon repairs on the same foot. With the surgeries I have had in the last few years I am about 85 pounds overweight. A dietician put me on a 1300 calorie diabetic diet. I lost 7 lbs with it then just stopped. Plus I have a thyroid condition that causes weight gain. I am open to any suggestions. If Arthur can do it. Why can’t I succeed. I get frustrated and quit. Thank You for the 2 stories I watched. They are truly inspiring.

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      May 7, 2012 8:38 amPosted 2 years ago
      Michelle

      Becky, I feel the same way! I am so inspired watching these videos. My yoga teacher posted the link to Arthur’s story and it led me to this web-site. I want to find out more about DDPYoga Program. I am so amazed, the transformations are incredible. They don’t even look like the same people at the end of the videos! I love the magic of life and can’t wait to find out more!
      Aloha, Michelle

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      May 10, 2012 12:44 pmPosted 2 years ago
      Jennifer

      You said it yourself: You get frustrated and quit. Stop telling yourself you are a combination of your medical issues and you’ll stop using them as your excuses to not lose weight!!

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      May 10, 2012 6:24 pmPosted 2 years ago
      Ryan

      “Why can’t I succeed. I get frustrated and quit.”

      Don’t quit and you’ll succeed. Arthurs transformation didnt occur overnight. You have to want it bad enough to not quit.

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      May 10, 2012 9:13 pmPosted 2 years ago
      Karen

      The KEY, Becky, is: DON’T QUIT. I’m 58; have been diabetic for 30 years; insulin dependent for the last 10. I am determined to continue to follow my combining diet (no protiens and carbs in the same meal), eat healthy – lots of fresh fruit and veggies called “live meals” – and add DDP to my regimine. I already practice yoga and walk daily. At this point, I think we need something unconventional to succeed. Every day that passes could be a missed opportunity if we don’t take the reins. Only you know why you get frustrated and quit. You have to be committed to yourself and your improved health. Put yourself first. DON’T QUIT.

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      May 14, 2012 4:07 amPosted 2 years ago
      jake

      Becky,

      I too am inspired by the two videos.

      When you say you are skeptical, I can totally understand. But what have you got to lose? If you try it and it does not give you the results you see in those videos, you will at least be healthier, drop some weight, and be more flexible. Nothing wrong with that.

      Good luck to you.

      Jake

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      June 11, 2012 9:18 pmPosted 2 years ago
      Jacqueline

      I too am about 85 pounds overweight and I’m diabetic. I give up way too easily on diets! I get frustrated and can’t seem to keep it up consistently. My weight is a “demon” that is beating me down on a daily basis. In my heart, I want to lose every fat pound; however, in my mind, I just can’t seem to get it together. This probably sounds really pathetic – believe me I agree that it does. Seeing Arthur Boorman’s story has lifted my spirits and really inspired me. I’m seriously considering buying the DDP DVD’s – pray for me and I’ll pray for you :-)

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    May 8, 2012 2:17 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Cindi

    I am 55, diabetic, have a bad back and am about ready to give up and let things just take their course. Eveytime I think I’m making gains something else goes wrong with me. Your video gives me some hope. I walk almost every day but it must not be enough. I tried lifting weights a couple years ago and the only thing I acomplished was injuring myself. Where can I find out more about your style of yoga? I see you do retreats but I couldn’t afford that. Do you have teaching tapes available?

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      May 16, 2012 11:02 pmPosted 2 years ago
      admin (Author)

      Absolutely, just go to ddpyoga.com for more information.

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    May 8, 2012 6:29 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Anita Meyer

    How do I find information on this? I am interested. I am about 80 pounds overweight and need to do somethiing. I have had hip replacement, am a diabetic and bad knees. HELP!!!

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      May 16, 2012 8:46 pmPosted 2 years ago
      admin (Author)

      You can check it out on ddpyoga.com

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    May 9, 2012 7:18 amPosted 2 years ago
    Marjorie

    How do I find your videos? I have looked through the website, I would love the opportunity to try this. I’m about 5 months away from having weight loss surgery. If I can lose weight beforehand, I won’t need the surgery. I’ve tried everything, and had basically given up hope, less for the surgery. I could use all the hope and inspiration in the world. Thank you.

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      May 16, 2012 8:45 pmPosted 2 years ago
      admin (Author)

      Just check out ddpyoga.com :)

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    May 9, 2012 1:01 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Bridget

    I found Arthur’s video on FB- I cried. I am a 52 year old equestgiran. I have copmpeted at the national level in the sport of eventing literally all my lilfe. I have sustained a broken back at 25, double knee replacements and lower right leg paralysis. I have come to understand that pain is mostly mental and can be blocked to an extent- and have managed to do so, over come all of these injuries and have still competed. Until recently. I suffered severe neck deterioration- such that they wanted to put plates in my neck. I refused- had a breast reduction instead and that has helped. However, 4 years of inactivity and depression at losing a sport that meant the world to me has taken its toll. Like Arthur I just gave up. I could not overcome this neck thing- shere determination was not enough. It wasn’t a question of pain alone, but of biomechanics that I could not over come.

    I watched Arthurs video and I have hope! I am going to order the first series. I know accupuncture has helped me and PT- it only makes sense that t his program would as well. For the first time in 4 years I am fired up like the athlete I was! Hope is a wonderful thing….wish me luck you all! God willing, this time next year I’ll be qualified for Nationals!!!

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    May 9, 2012 9:23 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Cathy Teal

    Hi Dallas~ I tried to get a friend invite but I am reminded that you already have too many friends on your page. So, I will try this:
    I am inspired by Arthur’s story. Although I am not disabled, I too have a story to tell.
    15 years ago I moved to a small town in southern Virgina. I was always a country girl, never lived in town therefore never lived on public utilities. I’ve always been conscientious of what I put into my mouth and how I cook for my family. Where I live is on the public utility district (water and sewer…) Four months after moving here I became very ill and was diagnosed with hypothyroidism and put on a synthetic hormone. I felt fine, for a while. I was having my levels checked every 3 months and every time there was the need to raise my dosage. This was going on and on for years. As much as I thought I was feeling better, I was not. I only felt better when the dosage was first increased, then that euphoria would fade and dwindle. Over the course of years I educated myself about hypothyroidism, the causes, the symptoms and how diet can effect it. I also found that fluoride can effect thyroid function. I figured my town fluoridated the water but though how could such a small amount really effect me???
    Over the course of years I had my ups and downs but noticed I was increasingly getting achy and intolerant. Through the years I thought I was suffering from lyme disease or possible fybromyalgia. None of which I was prepared to surrender to. I felt that if this is what my life was to be in my 40′s, what did I have to look forward to in my 50′s? or beyond? Certainly death would be easier than living like this. In the past 5-7 years I hated getting out of bed because of the pain and weakness. My job required my sitting in a vehicle for up to 14 hours a day which added to my demise. I had such poor balance. I no longer enjoyed activities I used to, like riding my horses. I hadn’t ridden in 5 years. I had little if any quality of life :(
    About 4 months ago I got to know a new neighbor. She spoke to me how she refused to drink the water because of how ill it made her when she first moved in 2 years ago. We talked at length about it and how it might be the cause of my thyroid problems. Another neighbor 2 doors down (husband and wife) both had to have their thyroids removed. That was not only a scary revelation but also a wake up call to me. At that very moment I quit drinking the water and began hauling (well) water from a farm I keep my horses. In 2 weeks I noticed almost all my pain was gone. I am talking 10 years worth of pain was diminishing at an alarming rate. I researched a little more about fluoride toxicity and found I suffered all the symptoms.
    I have started a recovery program for myself including Shakeology, a gym membership, and yoga. To date I have had 3 yoga sessions and am amazed at what it has brought to my being. I would be interested to know what you have done to help Arther and Stacy. I too, would like to lose nearly 80 pounds in my journey to become healthier and fit. I will be 52 in a few months and although I try not to set too high a goal for myself, I hope to see a noticeable change by summer’s end.
    Your advice would be so appreciated and thank you very much~

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    May 10, 2012 5:37 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Rob

    Watched Arthur’s video. I am officially inspired and impressed. Great example of what determination and courage can do for a person.

    If you make excuses why you can’t do something…watch Arthur remake himself and tell your inner doubter to shut up.

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    May 10, 2012 8:28 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Ann

    Looking to buy the DDP yoga instructions.

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    May 11, 2012 8:52 pmPosted 2 years ago
    melissa

    I also am diabetic and have thyroid problems and i also have tried many different diets, i would like some more information on how to loose the weight i will try anything.

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    May 12, 2012 12:09 amPosted 2 years ago
    Tony

    Hi my name is Tony and I’m a 44 year old chef that is about 30 pounds overweight. I have had 2 right ankle surgeries (one to put the hardware in (8 screws and a plate) and one to take them out) due to a car accident in 2007. I bike to and from work (about 13 miles round trip) everyday and I feel ok except for the ankle—decreased flexibility and degeneration in the ankle joint itself. Can this workout give me the flexibility I need to at least get my calf muscles to be the same size again?

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      May 16, 2012 8:25 pmPosted 2 years ago
      admin (Author)

      It could but I’m concerned about your ankle first and foremost. I would get your doctor’s approval before doing it.

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    May 20, 2012 1:07 amPosted 2 years ago
    dorothy

    i had a stroke two years ago and my left side is my affected side . i walk with a cane. i want to use your progam but i am alittle scared. advise i watched arthur video and was amazed

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    May 25, 2012 4:39 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Marian Tan

    Hi! Im Marian Tan and 52 years old. 8 years back I was diagnosed with osteoarthritis of the knees. I was told I was never going to run again, im not allowed to jump and, i can no longer dance! I went through rehab to work on the pain. after rehab, i started going to the gym to get more therapy and workout. my trainor started me with yoga. now, i am doing strength training for my upper body and straight leg raises with weights for the legs. I do stationary bike for cardio.I am quite flexible but I cant do squats because it hurts. I cant bend my knees much because it hurts!!
    Ive been going to the gym for 4 years now and ive gained some sort of improvement but not really lose the weight. Im walking unassisted but i use a cane going up and down the stairs (the knees hurt!) and if i have to walk extended periods, i use a cane.

    my doctor said with all the improvements, knee replacement has been moved back another 5 years!

    I don’t want to undergo knee replacement. considering all that i can still do, would it be possible that by doing ddp yoga i will achieve what arthur has achieved?

    thank you so much!

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    May 29, 2012 9:49 amPosted 2 years ago
    Brian

    I am a soon to be 39 year old single father. I currently weigh over 350lbs. I have always been a big person, but in the last 5 or 6 years or so it has been a steady decline. I have gained over 75 lbs, I have chronic high blood pressure and more than anything I have pretty much lost all of my drive. I am finding it hard to even walk short distances with out my lower back stabbing me with pain. I get winded going up one flight of stairs. I am afraid that if I don’t do something soon (very soon) I may die. But even with that looming over me, I find it hard to get and stay motivated. Sometimes I stay awake at night wondering how I could have gotten this way. My self esteem has taken a sharp nose dive, I used to be able to approach women with confidence and now I find myself shying away. Deep down I am terrified that I am going to leave my daughter an orphan. But I get so discouraged when I look at commercials for something like P90x and think to myself. “There is no way in hell I could do something like that” I guess more than anything this is a cry for help or maybe a little motivation.

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    June 1, 2012 6:56 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Tammy

    I just ordered my combo pack after seeing Arthur’s video and reading about Stacy. I so want this to work for me. I’m 50, in menopause and the gym just ain’t doin it. I had gastric bypass surgery in 2003 and was successful, but once my hormones took over the weight started comig back and NOTHING I do is helping. I’m going to try this and hit it as hard as I can. Like someone else said.. what have I got to lose (besides the 100 bucks?)

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  • September 24, 2012 2:46 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Jan Matthews

    Lost my job Sep 2010, lost my Dad Dec 2011, losing my Mom to dementia more everyday.

    Watched Arthur and found DDP Yoga. Was inspired, encouraged, uplifted.

    Now, my new mantra: If you never give up, you will NEVER fail ! – typed in a 300 size IMPACT font and taping it to my wall.

    Ordering this workout today. I can’t give up. There are still too many people to help who are counting on me.
    Jan Matthews

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    September 26, 2012 7:13 pmPosted 1 year ago
    carolyn hinkle

    i zm 72years old good health but over weight about 100 lbs overweight . people dont believe what i weigh . i carry it well . i have back ,knee problems. would be interested in your program

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    January 10, 2013 2:53 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Kristie

    Hi –

    I’ve been looking for a exercise regimen just like this. I am 54 and need to lose about 50 pounds. I’ve always exercised with peaks and valleys of activity – consistent for a year, then tapering off and gaining a little weight – then getting back in. During the last several years, my lifestyle has become very sedentary and I’m having consistent pain in my joints as well as unexpected injuries. I know it’s a combination of lifestyle, eating habits, and age.

    Rather than just willingly accept that I am getting older, I have started working on change. I am eating as close to 100% organic as I can. Implementing healthier eating and portion control by educating myself about food values, preservatives, inflammation and sugar and salt. I’m don’t really want to eliminate everything I love to succeed. I want to change my lifestyle to a more balanced approach – healthy eating, consistent exercise, and a method to deal with stress as i now run a small business.

    I have been looking for a program just like this. When I was younger, I practiced yoga and was (I believe) in the best physical shape. Then I moved into aerobics and weight lifting. I still love weight lifting, but the cardio is more challenging due to injuries. I wanted to return to yoga because it seemed a more gentle way to work with my age and joints, but seemed too gentle to build strength and endurance. Your blended approach may be the tool that I’ve been looking for. Thanks so much for your work to develop this program. I’m looking forward to beginning.

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    January 16, 2013 1:16 amPosted 1 year ago
    Shawn barker

    I’m a 18 year old male. I’m not really overweight. I work out maybe twice a week, and I run a lot. I weight 160 pounds, and I’m 6 foot 1. I don’t have any body pains just high blood pressure. I was just wondering if this workout would be beneficial to me for someone in my age group or is it better for me to go to a more intense workout.

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    February 2, 2013 8:53 amPosted 1 year ago
    Ismail

    Hi ddp. I just looked over the ddp yoga website and I noticed that the MAX pack was out of stock. I just wanted to know how long will it take for the pack to restock because I really want to buy it. Thank you

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    March 12, 2013 11:43 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Casey

    Hi, this looks incredible, i’m just wondering if it can be done when you have no balance and extremely week legs. I would be a lot like Arthur with my week legs. I have cerebral palsy and walk with crutches because of it.I’ll soon be 19 and I’m starting college so I need to be as limber as possible. Getting stronger would help also.
    Thanks, Casey

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    April 30, 2013 11:01 pmPosted 1 year ago
    chris gallardo

    i was really impressed with how it helped Aurther Boorman i really want to try this i have a lumbar fusion in my lower back and i really want to get back at mma i hope this can help me like it helped Mr. Boormen im already half way through my recovery and i think this would be great for me to try

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