Hi Peggy. I have been doing the DDPYOGA exercise program for three weeks now. Yes, I followed the guide until the third week then I added the Diamond Dozen on the days when there was no workout scheduled. I have Rhuematoid Arthritis and I wanted to improve my joint health as well as strength and flexibility. In three weeks, I cannot believe the changes already. I can actually do a full body push-up! Something I wasn't ever able to do even when I was in my teens or early twenties. I noticed a reduction of morning stiffness and pain. This really is a great program.
Yes, I do other exercises. Including walking, biking, trampolining, dancing, DVDs of Cardio, and even Strength Training DVDs. I was put off yoga a while ago when I injured my hip while following another Yoga program. However, when I viewed the transformation of a number of folks who followed the DDP approach, I decided to give it a try again. This is very different and the approach of building up strength slowly has enabled me to see significant changes in a short period of time.
Now that I am in stride regarding following the DDPYOGA exercise plan, I am beginning this week to add in the meals/snacks diet guide. Due to medical test results I was told by my doctor to follow a gluten-free diet about 4 years ago. I plan to start the recommended eating plan on the first level and see how I make out.
Let us know how you are making out.
At times our own light goes out and is rekindled by a spark from another person. Each of us has cause to think with deep gratitude of those who have lighted the flame within us. A. Schwietzer.
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