Judging by how much traffic my blog has been bring I think a lot of people have been enjoying my Pilo-Yoga 90 Day Challenge posts. That is great and of course there is more to come.
If you are just joining us I have been inspired by my clients to finally start taking care of my self and I really did not even have a choice considering my elbow tendonitis did not let me do anything.
To aid recovery and healing I used rehab exercises as part of the Pilo-Yoga 90 Day Challenge, iced my elbow after working out (click here for a really comfortable Universal Hot and Cold Therapy wrap), and used my miracle Ayurvedic creams (click here to see what I used).
I am also starting a 101 series to ensure that you have a solid foundation for your workouts.
Here is my Pilo-Yoga 90 Day Challenge Stats Update:
|PYC Day 1||PYC Week 2||PYC Week 4|
|Bi’s||L/11.5 | R/12.5||L/11 | R/12||L/11 | R/12|
So we are on track and making great progress.
Also I just came back from CK-FMS training learning about functional movement from Gray Cook (Functional Movement System) and Brett Jones was a treat and I will be using techniques and embedding them within our Pilo-Yoga workouts. My reasoning for going was the underlying theme weaved into the certification workshop along with the solid foundation of the body or research that was done. Moreover, it totally makes sense that we should not just address the pain in the knee we should look at the whole body and how it works and moves, address mobility, stability, and strength as one holistic approach rather then just treating back (for example) when someones back goes out and they keep going to the chiropractor over an doer and over again. It compliments my way of working out while providing a standard operating workout process and a baseline where a client can see their progress.
Until next time.
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