I know, I know I’m a little late with my Sunday Yoga. I got super busy today since I spent most of the day cleaning the house so that my mom won’t have to do much. Her birthday is tomorrow and I want to just make sure she has nothing to do at home but just sit back and relax.
Anyway, Day 3 already. I’m actually really happy I’m making this part of my routine. I’m slowly incorporating yoga movements after my workout to really stretch out tight spots like my shoulders and calves. I’m loving it. I have gotten a bit lazier with my workouts because it’s cold out and I’m not a big fan of running outside in the cold. Here’s the video for this week, Adrienne talks about forgetting what we know about yoga but I really really like how yoga just makes you focus on your body and mind and nothing else. (For some reason, I’m having issues posting the videos on here so here’s the link Yoga with Adrienne: Day 3)
Yes, I’m cheating with some of my images. I didn’t get a chance to take any videos or photos for this weeks post. I’m trying to figure out this whole new layout. I’ve also decided to keep this post super brief, I haven’t had much time to go over my list these past few days.
Before my session:
I was super tired because I spent most of my morning cleaning and doing errands, so that my momma doesn’t have to do anything for her birthday. I did feel a little tense, I’ve been waking up still feeling tense and tight. I don’t know if it has to do with the colder temperatures.
During my session:
Loved it. Loved it. There was a focus on core and her theme of the day was “forgetting what we know” about yoga. I think that was cool because sometimes I think yoga is really hard especially since I can’t do many of the “cool” moves. I injured myself when I was younger so my back tends to be quite tight and also my calves can get really tight probably because of when I had my club feet fixed as a kid. I don’t know why I’m always so tense and tight. Anyway, I really loved this session because it really made me shake and work on areas I didn’t think that I would be so weak. I work out a lot and I’ve seen some improvement but clearly, there is still so much I need to work on (cough * upper body * cough).
After my session:
Good. I feel good. Until next week!