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BELLALUCIA Posts: 3,451
2/17/12 1:22 P

Good 4 U!

LOVEXAVIE SparkPoints: (42,867)
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2/15/12 10:04 P

That's terrific! Great job!

MECHONE Posts: 160
2/15/12 7:46 P

I definitely feel better after doing my yoga DVD. Keep up the good work.

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2/12/12 3:14 P

Yay for you!

I've been doing yoga for about 10 years and it for sure helps with flexibility!

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DIRTYBUNNY SparkPoints: (50,456)
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2/12/12 2:57 P

I need a little change in my usual routine and had considered adding yoga to gain flexibility. I tried part of the yoga DVD from the P90X series. The movements were slow, definitely do-able, and forced me to be more mindful in my movements. The next day my ribs ached, so I know I'm reaching muscles I haven't worked before. I'm definitely going to continue with this.

ALLYTHEATHLETE Posts: 864
2/12/12 1:49 P

I've been meaning to try the yoga DVD I bought forever ago...

Congratulations on your success!



AZURELITE Posts: 1,407
2/12/12 6:41 A

Ohmmmmm...
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TAMPATINK67 Posts: 3,800
2/12/12 1:08 A

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Congrats Yogi! The fun of yoga - at least to me - is that it is called the Practice of Yoga, because even the most advanced person, still has room to improve!

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Edited by: TAMPATINK67 at: 2/12/2012 (01:09)
TIKAANIDOG Posts: 11
2/12/12 12:40 A

So I've been doing basic yoga stretching every day for the last 5 weeks, and today for the first time in my life I was able to bend down and touch my toes! I am so excited!! emoticon

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