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Shelves: nonfiction First attempt at yoga, so here I go! Exercises are sectioned into 4 day increments, so I'll review every 4 days. Days On Day 1 I didn't think I would continue, but wanted to give it a fair chance, and day 2 changed my mind. I felt very stretched and awake after exercising. Day 3 introduced 'leg over,' which I am terrible at.
I felt very stretched and awake after exercising. Day 3 introduced 'leg over,' which I am terrible at.
But hopefully through practice, I'll become more limber! Overall, the exercises stretch me just enough to feel more limber without feeling sore all day.
I feel good, an First attempt at yoga, so here I go! I feel good, and except for the 'leg over,' the exercises are great and I'm able to complete them. Days Here are the positions I now know: complete breath standing, chest expansion, triangle, knee and thigh stretch, simple twist, circular motion, lion, scalp exercise, back stretch, backward bend, modified head stand, cobra, leg over, complete breath, lotus.
I'm able to do all the positions as shown except leg over.
I'm still nowhere close to the image! Hopefully practice will make that one more successful. I also can't extend as much as she in the forward extreme position of chest expansion.
Overall, good exercises. Each day is followed by 'thoughts for the day,' and there's a funny, dated bit about being a housewife and still deserving to spend time on yourself. Days Went on vacation, so missed about 5 days. Didn't seem to affect my ability to complete the exercises when I returned, however. New exercises learned in this section are: abdominal lifts, both standing and on all fours; side bend; locust; chest expansion with additional leg movements; cobra with additional turning movements; and head twist.
I seem to have no trouble with any of these, though the abdominal lifts give me a case of the burps afterward, haha. And the locust is a bit difficult--I doubt I'm raising my legs that much.
I remain unable to perform the full leg over exercise like last time, though my right leg is getting better no change in left leg.
The exercises in the next section look more intimidating! I've returned! I practiced, at an abbreviated rate, all previous exercises to make sure I could still complete them. I seem to be performing exactly the same, despite many months having passed. Thus, NSAIDs are a second choice to acetaminophen, recommended only when the pain is not handled by the latter. If prescribed, a person and their clinician should have a realistic plan to discontinue its use in the event that the risks outweigh the benefit.
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