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Thanks. I figured that was pretty much it. But I was just hoping there was more, like some secret trick that makes all the difference. It’s getting easier. I think it is working. I had to use the AC during a rain storm, but I’ve avoided it other than that.
Believe it or not, a millimeter does make a difference. The difference between 4 mm and 6 mm is like night and day. If you do a lot of standing moves, you’ll want a thinner one because it will improve your stability. If you do a lot of work on the floor, like if you do a lot of restorative yoga, then you’ll likely want a thicker mat, pa…[Read more]
The weather in my area has switched from cool to very hot as though someone flicked a switch. I haven’t acclimated and I’m overheating very easily when I try to do my workouts. Any advice other than drinking water and wearing cool clothes? I’ve done those.
My bike needs a tune up but I’m trying to avoid going to any stores if I don’t have to because of social distancing. Is it safe for me to do my own tune ups and repairs with very little experience or am I asking for disaster?
If you’re eating heavy meals or if you’re eating too much then it will likely pull down your energy. Like Penny said, you need to make sure there are some good carbs in there even if you’re not eating too many carbs.
Get one big enough for your mat to slide in easy. Look for organic cotton or another environmentally respectable fabric so you’re not bringing negative energy into your yoga class. Remember that mats come in different thicknesses, so if you have a thick one, you might need a roomier bag. Get one that isn’t open ended for the weather protection…[Read more]
Focus on gently stretching your hamstrings at least every other day, do the rest of your workouts as usual. Just make sure your hamstrings are getting attention but you’re not overdoing it and risking hurting yourself.
Yeah, it’s probably just how much you put in there. Light stuff is fine. Two straps will always be better. Two straps with a chest strap to link them or hip straps too, if you’re going for very heavy stuff like if you’re loaded with books, you carry your groceries home or you’re camping
I don’t think there’s any research. I was watching a YouTube about that a cuople of months ago and I think the only research they did was some doctor cracked knuckles on one hand but not the other for a huge number of years and didn’t have arthritis from it. That said, there was a decrease in overall hand strenght and grip. So it may have an…[Read more]
Thank you. It hadn’t occurred to me to take it as a part of a multivitamin and let that do all the combining and measuring for me. I’ll check out what’s available to me and see how much B12 I can get from that. Thanks
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