I haven’t always been consistent with working out. And to be honest lately, it’s not been on my radar much at all. I used to never work out and would come home and watch TV all night. I started to feel like I was stuck in a rut and something had to change. Coming home and doing the same routine, with the same shitty job- all of which I could change. While changing jobs took some time, getting in a consistent exercise routine and setting some goals was an instant decision I could work on immediately. So I did, and using the follow tips I pretty much stuck with it consistently Set reminders and goals. Use your phone to remind you at a certain time you need to workout. Another great option is to get the Productive app and set up goals for yourself. As you do them, you mark them as completed and it keeps track of how long you’ve been consistent with your goal. Seeing that calendar of day after day of working out and not skipping has really kept me on track. I don’t want to lost my streak! Stick to a shorter workout when you really […]
**This Post contains affiliate links Need some gift ideas for the yogi in your life? Or maybe you yourself love yoga? You’re guaranteed to like at least one of these ideas. I’ve looked through several of my favorite places to shop online to get some awesome ideas. *hint hint to any family who may be reading this Check out these ideas below to get you started. I’ve broken it down in categories. Keep scrolling to see them all 😍
Press handstand… oh how impossible you seem to achieve. Once I figured out a press handstand was actually attainable, I was hooked. When you realize that actual humans(more than just one superhuman) can actually do it, you start to ask: how? Where do I start? Are you an alien? IS that even humanly possible? Well, it IS! With consistent practice, overtime you will be able to do it. You will want to make sure you can handstand first. It’s amazing to watch people press handstand. I’m not even close to having press handstand, but I’ve improved immensely thanks to a consistent practice and some awesome YouTube videos. Check them out below, for tips and drills!
My favorite place to practice yoga is not in a class, in fact, I’d much rather be at home. If you are new to yoga, practicing at home with Youtube videos or with a DVD can be less intimidating than a class. Lately, I have been perusing for some at home yoga space inspiration. If you are interested in creating an awesome space to practice in, consider the things that are essential to your practice and what would make it a beautiful area.
Handstand is a tough one to accomplish, but so fun to learn. The process of getting there is fun as well. For me, the key to helping me understand what goes into a handstand is finding instructors who teach the skill differently. You never know when one instructor will say just the right thing in order for something to finally click for you. Definitely look for a variety of teachers when it comes to yoga. If you are a beginner, or even if you feel comfortable on your hands, you may find some tips you haven’t heard before in the following videos! Here are several YouTube videos to help improve or begin your handstand journey! Patrick Beach has great tips for handstands, you can also find more of his tips and yoga videos on his youtube channel! Kino has a fantastic youtube channel full of yoga tips and tutorials, the two below are some of my favorite related to handstands. This video is from fabletics youtube channel, I haven’t explored many other videos but this handstand one is a keeper! A Youtube Channel called Roads to Bliss had this helpful video and Carrie seems very experience […]
If you are wanting to further your love or knowledge of yoga, finding a good blog is a great place to start. You can find so much information on poses and even free classes or videos to follow. My favorite yoga blogs usually include some tutorials and yoga teacher tips. Here are 5 yoga blogs you need to follow!