You know how your body craves things that it is lacking – like chocolate for instance (okay, that’s not a great example), but if you crave some fruit, though, and you eat a lot of it it just could be that your body needs one or more of its nutrients.
My body does not crave yoga – it needs yoga, but I don’t feel the least little urge to do it. Talk about mind power, right. The truth is that I am so stiff that it is embarrassing. When a runner says to you, “I never stretch. I don’t need to”, store that comment away and when you see him or her in later years and they are as stiff as a board, then you will see the fallacy in their statement.
I should have stretched, but maybe, just maybe, it’s not too late.
Tuesday afternoon, there was a knock at the door at it was our neighbor and friend from school, Monica, and in her hand was P90X Yoga X – not the complete set, just the Yoga X DVD. Can you imagine my dismay, when after more than two years, she found the Yoga X DVD that I lent her (any other DVD I would have gotten back right away) in her garage and she was returning it.
Was that a Divine sign? I have to think that it was. Yoga X came knocking at my door and now I have no excuses not to do yoga (even though I have the P90X2 and P90X3 yoga workouts as well as Les Mills Pump yoga and the Chalean Extreme yoga workout – all of which are great).
Plus, hint, hint, I know that Tony Horton says that yoga saved his life from reading this Huffington Post article about him and yoga and equally important, what Tony Horton eats for breakfast!
If I had a choice between making a dentist’s appointment and doing yoga, I would make the appointment – which just gave me a great idea. I will have to schedule and “appointment” in the SuperGym and have a date with Tony and the gang doing Yoga X. You can click on the link at right to join me!