What results can you expect with Man Flow Yoga?
Here are just a few success stories from our thousands of Members.
You can really start to get the sweat going and really start to notice a difference quickly in your body, and how your body looks, and how your clothes start fitting, and things like that.
I know the general mainstream exercise that people go and do, you don’t really get that as quick as you do with yoga. And not only that, just running around, I’m chasing after almost a three-year-old. Just being able to have that stamina to keep up. And when your three-year-old comes up to you and says, “Hey let’s play yoga,” you know you can drop into downward-facing dog, or you can do something fun with them and they have a blast.
I had quite a bit of lower back pain, knee pain, and just felt stiff a lot of the time. I started with your “quick learner” program for 3-4 weeks, then went into “Bulletproof your knees – 5 day” and did that for about 8 weeks straight, and now onto the mobility challenge.
In fact, it actually builds upon the physical therapy and continues that which the therapist helped me to understand of how to improve myself. These routines seem to be the trick, in fact I don’t even run unless I do one of Dean’s routines before I go.
At 30 I started having more shoulder pains and knee pains, which I always had throughout lifting weights, and i took up endurance sports. Since taking up endurance sports I’ve done a couple Iron Man triathlons and a couple shorter distance triathlons I really fell in love with it, but what I noticed was I was starting to lose a lot of the strength I acquired through weight training.
I was looking for a program to supplement my endurance training because I still like to play golf, pick up basketball, and maybe a game of sand volleyball of the weekends. I was losing some of the strength that I felt I needed to perform where i wanted to in those sports. I didn’t want to go back to traditional weightlifting because of the aches and pains…so i thought I’d try yoga. What Man Flow Yoga has done for the way my body feels, and the way my body performs, was a game changer and is something I will probably continue to do until the day I die.
I really appreciate man flow yoga and Dean’s verbal cues during the workouts which really helped me hone in on what are the muscle groups that I should be focusing on and what are the right body positioning for each hold.MFY has helped increase my flexibility my balance and my core strength and I hope to keep using man flow yoga for many years to come.
I know I need to do yoga. I’ve done things in my life that have made me hurt and so I sought out a program that I could do without yelling at the TV or being overly frustrated that I wasn’t getting the amount of instruction that I wanted. Dean’s programs have done that for me.
The type of work that I do is kind of 50/50 between sedentary and doing a lot of walking. A couple of things that have occurred- I’ve had tendency to over train in the past and have suffered some injuries, and as a result I have I’m having some issues with bursitis and knee pain. One of the things that drew me to MFY was the fact that it allowed me to explore other ways to get a good significant workout and maintain my body weight.
Once I came across Man Flow Yoga and tried it for the first time, I was amazed at how time felt like it passed by right quick and I could actually follow the instruction. Dean would get to the point, and it felt like an actual workout. So I did sign up for the annual membership and even after a few weeks of yoga, I could tell that I’m way more flexible.
I used to do bodybuilding before and then I started rock climbing 2 years ago, and I’ve never been good with stretching and with yoga. So flexibility hasn’t been really my strong point, and after doing only a few weeks or a month of yoga, I noticed the effects of yoga in my climbing. I could climb better because I was more flexible. I had better technique, and I could notice that I have better posture. I was more aware of my body and my core, especially when I’m standing.