Anyway, part of this routine involves doing a headstand. I haven’t done one of those since I was a kid, so there was a bit of a learning curve for me. Over the past few weeks Andy has had to help me do a headstand. Turns out I didn’t have the right form and that was definitely hindering my progress. But last night Andy fell asleep on the couch and I didn’t have anyone to help me. I actually did a headstand and was able to hold it for like 8 seconds before I tumbled into my coffee table. Go figure there was nobody to witness it except me and my dog. So I got out my phone and attempted to document it again. After several tries, I wasn’t able to do it as well as I had the first time. So the picture above is my really bad form headstand. I’ll post another picture when my form improves, but that might be a long time from now. haha!
great one that I’ve grown to love from PopSugar. Trouble is, they don’t explain your form too much, and you’ll need to have some prior yoga knowledge to follow along. But you can always Google the proper way to do some of these moves.So awhile back when I concluded the only way I’ll be able to work out consistently is if I can do it at home while watching awful reality TV [namely The Real Housewives]. This idea is actually working out pretty well for me. I found tons of workout routines on Pinterest and I printed them out and leave next to my yoga mat. I clipped them together with a binder clip, so it looks like I have a workout bible happening here. I’ve been on a yoga kick lately, so most of my workouts have been yoga. I found a