I saved the best for last from Yoga Chuck’s Physical Routine series, inversions. Inversions in Yoga means the hips and or legs are above the heart. Inversions are one of my favorite poses. In this post I’ll cover the inversions I do and some of there benefits.
Static dip and Pull-up exercises in Yoga Chuck’s Physical Routine series. These exercises that I have been doing for years lengthens and stretches the spine, shoulders, hips, legs, and arms in what I call static dip hold and Static hang hold that I do six days a week.
Balance is so important and you don’t realize it until you lose it. I had great balance until the Multiple Sclerosis changed that.
This post will cover Hand Grips and more from “Yoga Chucks Physical Routine” series. The video in the previous post shows me doing hand grip exercises while doing kegel exercises, so I’ll explain the benefits I believe I’ve received.
Kegel exercises, that’s whats covered today in the “Yoga Chucks Physical Routine” series. In this post I’ll explain why I would even work on such a thing.
What’s abs got to do with it? The abs are the core, everything ties together in the solar plexus. As the next step in “Yoga Chuck’s Physical Routine” series I do ab work three times a week spending about 10 – 15 minutes per session.
Yoga is great for flexibility and strength training that we need in our daily lives. But cardio is also necessary for overall health if we are striving for QUALITY OF LIFE.
One hour thirty minutes or more a day six days a week for my Yoga practice, no way right? Well I started out slow five minutes a day and worked my way up. That five minutes would kick my butt and when done I’d need a thirty minute recovery lying on the living room floor to get my energy back.
Below are the physical practices I do weekly, I believe it helps and works for me. We are all different and some things I do, your body may not agree with.