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  • v TURTLE69
    Welcome to Fans of The Walking Dead Team! emoticon Feel free to add me as a friend. If you need any support or just someone to talk with, give me a holler.

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    Vanessa
    1090 days ago
  • v NEUROMANTIC
    blogs have food pics and i add to them

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    1094 days ago
  • v PETALIA
    I look forward to trying your suggested isometric exercise using a yoga strap. Sun Salutations are a series of poses. When you said, "hold best sun salute," do you mean Warrior I? Isometric work is a major component of every yoga asana. As my practice has deepened, I've gotten more and more into those invisible and strengthening aspects of the poses, from drawing in to the midline, to extending out to fingertips and to the toe tips, and to elongating the spine.

    Do you ever use a suspension trainer? I like how it activates the core. For example, a bodyweight pushup becomes much more challenging. Form and balance are essential.

    I kept close track of many things my first three years with SP. I was recovering from a long and severe illness. I was underweight and my metabolism was ... kaputt. I kept intricate records of my eating, my workouts, my BF%, my LBM, but not my scale weight. General scale weight didn't inform me about anything but would depress me anyway. I felt that I needed to do all of that tracking to make some major shifts. For the last three years, I've been living life. I've continued to record non-visible aspects of it. This is why I like your idea of tracking insight.
    1101 days ago
  • v PETALIA
    I am intrigued and delighted by the idea of tracking insight.

    My own calisthenic workouts went by the wayside when my yoga practice took over. I practice a hot power vinasaya yoga almost every day (Baptiste.) I used to think of yoga as being Indian calisthenics. Little did I know that that was only a mere starting point.

    I've found no asana in yoga that supplants a pull-up. I am dreadful at them. I worked religiously at a progression building towards doing just one. For other reasons, I had an injury and ultimately wrist surgery. Since then, no further pull-up work. Nothing. You've got me thinking about pull-ups again. Hmm... Thanks.
    1103 days ago
  • v GZELLEFRO
    Thanks for the goodie! I was needing something yesterday! God bless you! emoticon
    1104 days ago
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