Yoga helps....seriously

Mdub

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And If you really want to get stretched out try hot yoga!
 

JasonBales

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I'm early 30s work insane hours good spilt between physical, desk and driving. I had serious back issues last year. I was paying cash to see a specialist the same day it got so bad. I started doing yoga, at that point I would have done anything. Now it's kike nothing happened. It's still in the back of my mind, but I feel good and I'm mindful. Yoga is good stuff
 

Myers23

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I don’t do yoga but stretch all my trouble areas every other day and it helps immensely.
 

Rick Richard

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Yep, I am 66 and I can tell the difference in the increased flexibility in my body and the fewer joint pains. I am a believer of it.
 

P7id10t

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Crushed my L5 vertebra in 1983. Spent 3 months in a brace. Months of physical therapy, ultrasound, massage. You want to talk about chronic pain.
I would stretch and exercise and the chronic pain would persist, for decades. In 2007, a GF brought me to her yoga class. What a transformation. If only the other folk in that class weren't such snowflakes.
It's been 13 years now and I have not had the daily pain or stiffness, as long as I keep up the practice. And I still do things like haul refrigerators upstairs, put 40# of lead weight in a plate carrier and do duck-walks up steep slopes or swing a sledgehammer for a workout.
 

Blancoalex

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This caught my attention because my wife is yoga instructor. Yes it does the body wonders in fact many pro athletes make it part of their training. It has keep me at least 20 years younger than many freinds. :)
 

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