On Monday I did about 45 minutes of hills on the espinner at the work gym. After that I did a little bit of weights for my arms. I did the Butterfly Press and Chest Press. I also did some tricep work.
I skipped exercise yesterday as I had a work dinner to attend. But my arms were sore, especially where the armpit kinda is. Ouch! Whatever that muscle is where the shoulder meets the under arm? (According to this link, it looks like what I am trying to describe is part of the pectoralis major.)
Today still a little sore. I attended my regular Hatha Yoga class with Baxter at Namaste and I could really feel it in my arms and shoulders today when we were in particular poses. Man, the burn.
Also for some reason my thighs were on fire. Though that is a pretty regular occurrence when in particular yoga poses for more than what seems likes hours, but it is probably only 30 seconds, maybe a minute.
I came home from work today with every intention to attend my 6 p.m. Hatha Yoga class.
As soon as I stepped in the door I started not feeling it. I am a little tired and it is warm today. My evenings are normally so short because of my long commute and the fact that I get up so early and go to bed so early.
Plus I have worked out the past eight days in a row. So I think it is OK to take a break.
So I am lounging, watching Lifetime Movie Network and sipping some water. I feel a nap may be coming on as well.
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Yup, another yoga post. Who knew I could write so much about yoga?
I have been practicing yoga semi-regularly for about four years now. There are poses that I feel I have made vast improvement with and others that come more easily. And there are those that are still difficult for me to do.
Until yesterday I didn’t realize I had been doing Upward Facing Dog incorrectly this whole time. Once Kristin, my Forrest Yoga instructor, pointed it out I made the correction. And I have to say it is much more intense and difficult than it was before.
I love that I am always learning something more about the practice of yoga, myself and my capabilities. I credit this to taking a variety of yoga classes with a variety of instructors.
The classes I am regularly taking right now are Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga and Forrest Yoga. I would also like to regularly add the Restorative Yoga class as well.