Progressive Yoga By Scott Sonnon – Our Complete Review

Review of: Progressive Yoga
Yoga program by:
Scott Sonnon

Reviewed by:
Rating:
4
On April 16, 2016
Last modified:April 16, 2016

Summary:

This review of the Progressive Yoga system explains everything about this yoga program by Scott Sonnon and provides explanations about its main pros and cons.

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Progressive YogaHello friend and welcome!

Below you will find our complete review of the Progressive Yoga system by Scott Sonnon.

As always, we will start with an overview of the Progressive Yoga program, continue with explanations about its main pros and cons, and in the last sentences summarize everything which we feel will help you decide if Scott Sonnon’s system is really the right choice for you.

Let’s start 🙂

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General Overview Of The Progressive Yoga Program

Quick Summary

Name: Progressive Yoga

Creator: Scott Sonnon

Format: Videos and guides

Refund Guarantee: 60 days refund policy

Official Site: progressiveyoga.fit

Our Overall Rating: 4.4/5

In simple words, “Progressive Yoga” is designed to be a yoga program for people who aren’t into traditional yoga.

This program was created by Scott Sonnon, a renowned trainer and adjunct professor of physical education at Penn State University.

Scott Sonnon says he liked the idea of yoga, but wasn’t crazy about all the spiritual stuff that it comes with. He also wanted to create a yoga program that would really help people accomplish their fitness goals.

With these goals in mind, Scott designed the Progressive Yoga system…

The Things You Will Find In The Progressive Yoga System

When purchasing Progressive Yoga, you get a complete exercise program. First, there are five fully illustrated manuals that walk you through the five different yoga routines in the program. The manuals also explain the science and rationale behind each sequence.

In addition to the illustrated manuals, you get five video guides so you can watch and follow along as Scott shows you how to perform each exercise. Lastly, you get the quick start guide, which shows you how to get started and outlines the different routines you can follow based on your fitness goals…

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The Main Pros And Cons Of Progressive Yoga

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The Things We Liked

 

Yoga Program That Was Designed For Everyone

The biggest selling point of Progressive Yoga is that it is a yoga program for everyone. Scott Sonnon explains that many people have never tried yoga, or have been disappointed by the yoga classes they have tried, because traditional yoga classes aren’t for everyone.

In addition, traditional yoga programs often have a strong spiritual or religious component that many people find off-putting.

The great thing about Progressive Yoga is that it doesn’t matter what your personal beliefs are, because this program was designed purely for fitness.

Helps Reduce Stress

Just because Progressive Yoga isn’t all about meditating or the spiritual side of things, it doesn’t mean it won’t help reduce your stress. This system is specifically made to help reduce stress by using specific yoga poses and sequences, and Scott Sonnon uses his expert knowledge on physical fitness and wellness to show you how his program can help you feel a lot better without involving too much spirituality.

Practical And Functional Way To Do Yoga

Progressive Yoga strips yoga down to just the physical movements that will give you the most health benefits. There’s no extra unnecessary stuff, so if you’re interested in doing yoga purely as an exercise routine to help with flexibility, strength, and stress, this is a great option.

Go At Your Own Pace

At typical yoga classes you may find yourself struggling to keep up with an instructor or bored out of your mind as the class does repetitive breathing exercises and stays in one pose forever.

Because Progressive Yoga is a program you can use at home, you can go at your own pace when following it.

In simple words, the Progressive Yoga program allows you to move on when you’re ready and perform the poses you’re capable of at your speed.

Full Money-Back Guarantee

Progressive Yoga comes with a 60-day money-back guarantee. This means once you purchase the program, you’ll have two full months to try it out and decide if it’s right for you.

We believe that this is plenty of time to really get into the program and make an honest judgment about its value…

 

Potential Drawbacks

 

Not A Lot Of Workouts To Choose From

There are surprisingly few workouts to choose from with the Progressive Yoga system. The five manuals and video guides are fine, but the program would be much more varied and could keep users interested longer with more workouts.

Only Available Online

You can only purchase Scott Sonnon’s Progressive Yoga program online, which means you don’t get a physical copy of the manuals or video guides. You’ll have to download a digital copy to your computer and access the program through one of your devices…

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Conclusions And Final Thoughts

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Progressive Yoga offers a really cool approach to yoga. For people who are already into fitness, or people who are just interested in the fitness benefits of yoga and not the spiritual side, Progressive Yoga is a great program.

While you don’t get a lot of different workouts with the program, the workouts that are included are challenging and dynamic. In addition, the fact that this system was created by someone who really knows fitness (and that the workouts are, therefore, based on what’s proven to work) makes us like the program even more.

Overall, we will definitely recommend giving the Progressive Yoga system a risk-free try for several weeks and see if you like it or not. After all, you have nothing to lose here, especially with the special launch price that Scott Sonnon offered for the complete package when we last checked its official site…

Well, that’s it friends. We hope that our review was useful for you. If you have any question about the Progressive Yoga system, don’t hesitate to contact us…

All the best 🙂

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