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Old 03-16-2018, 06:12 AM #21
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Before boxing, in my adolescence I was involved in Chinese martial arts stuff for some 3 years. You know, wing chun, gong fui, tai chi, chi energy, balance...
Boxing made me realize all nothing but bullshid, as legit as Hogwartz school for witchcraft and wizardry.
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Old 03-16-2018, 07:09 AM #22
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Old 03-16-2018, 11:29 AM #23
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Before boxing, in my adolescence I was involved in Chinese martial arts stuff for some 3 years. You know, wing chun, gong fui, tai chi, chi energy, balance...
Boxing made me realize all nothing but bullshid, as legit as Hogwartz school for witchcraft and wizardry.
You should have stuck it out. Chi gong is terrific for your overall health and wing chun mixed with some boxing is very formidable for self defense.
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Old 03-18-2018, 06:31 PM #24
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Ashtanga and Power vinyasa would be most beneficial, bikram(hot) yoga too.
I'd also highly recommend yin yoga for recovery/end of hard week of training
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Ashtanga and Power vinyasa would be most beneficial, bikram(hot) yoga too.
I'd also highly recommend yin yoga for recovery/end of hard week of training
What is Yin yoga?
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What is Yin yoga?
usually consists of a series of long-held, passive floor poses. Very very good for recovery, highly recommend
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usually consists of a series of long-held, passive floor poses. Very very good for recovery, highly recommend
Thanks for that, I was taking a bunch of different yoga classes last month and this one this girl taught was, Jiva -something - and it always had a different lonnnngggg floor pose that you hold. after awhile you just go numb and forget about the pain, it's nice. the science behind it, is, the longer you suffer in the stance, the more dopamine your brain is releasing, isn't that amazing! good to be alive.

I can't go anywhere for an extended length of time, but, I enjoy going for 1 month and 2 month bursts, absorbing all the knowledge, then applying it to my own personal practice. thats how i feel you really learn
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usually consists of a series of long-held, passive floor poses. Very very good for recovery, highly recommend
How long are the sessions and would you suggest after every workout?
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Thanks for that, I was taking a bunch of different yoga classes last month and this one this girl taught was, Jiva -something - and it always had a different lonnnngggg floor pose that you hold. after awhile you just go numb and forget about the pain, it's nice. the science behind it, is, the longer you suffer in the stance, the more dopamine your brain is releasing, isn't that amazing! good to be alive.

I can't go anywhere for an extended length of time, but, I enjoy going for 1 month and 2 month bursts, absorbing all the knowledge, then applying it to my own personal practice. thats how i feel you really learn
Honestly its surreal but feels so good! Glad you experienced that

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How long are the sessions and would you suggest after every workout?
No need to, just go once a week.. infact just find a local yoga studio, ideally a small one. There is PLENTY in London bro, I'm in south I have a really local 1. Sessions are 45mins to an hour. Experiment and find what resonates and works for you most effectively. All forms of yoga will benefit you're well being.
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Honestly its surreal but feels so good! Glad you experienced that



No need to, just go once a week.. infact just find a local yoga studio, ideally a small one. There is PLENTY in London bro, I'm in south I have a really local 1. Sessions are 45mins to an hour. Experiment and find what resonates and works for you most effectively. All forms of yoga will benefit you're well being.
They have plenty of yoga places around where I am. Too bad no sessions at my gym, which has classes for everything else.
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