Budokon Beginning Practice

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Budokon Beginning Practice

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Cameron Shayne

High-energy kicks meet stretch-your-limits downward dog in this exhilarating yet easy-to-learn synergy of authentic Japanese and Korean martial arts instruction, power yoga and meditation. Cameron Shayne’s Budokon system provides benefits of high-intensity, low-impact, total-body cardio plus strength training, yoga and mental-focus techniques. Create lean muscle without bulk — and feel invincible with Budokon, which means Spirit of the Warrior in Japanese.

Segments

Main Workout Video
3.8
Episode 1 Main Workout
Main Workout (2004)
Episode 1
, 39 minutes
Cameron Shayne has crafted an ideal balanced workout combining martial arts, yoga, and meditation. Learn to wield focus, power, and precision for an exciting, safe, and effective practice that will bring you lasting health and ...
Available worldwide
Pose Guide Video
3.666665
Episode 4 Pose Guide
Pose Guide (2004)
Episode 4
, 17 minutes
Learn the powerful yet gentle foundational poses of Budokon, a martial-arts infused yoga, with this helpful step-by-step demonstration by Cameron Shayne.
Available worldwide

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koots, posted on August 1, 2013

easy, gentle, relaxing practice.

garridomn, posted on June 2, 2013

Enjoyed the combination of the fluid yoga poses with the explosive martial arts. Would have liked an even longer meditation section.

yzmina, posted on May 12, 2013

Loved this video. Looking forward to trying more advanced Budokon. Great instruction.

chilly4221, posted on January 18, 2013

I truly enjoyed the marital arts portion of the workout, however, the yoga prepared my muscles before the vigorous punching and kicking moves. One compliments the other.

TammiHoerner, posted on July 11, 2012

I liked the mix of practices, though the downward dogs got to my shoulders a bit, I felt this was easy to do and I felt accomplished at the end. (as I'm just getting back into my physical practices).

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