Listen up, guys If you think yoga is just for earthy crunchy New Agers, think again Three time World Champion Wrestler Diamond Dallas Page one of the biggest superstars in professional wrestling is here to prove that yoga is for regular guys, too.Chock full of smartass humor and a whole lot of attitude, Yoga for Regular Guys is an illustrated fitness program that men can relate to because Dallas understands the things men care about improved strength and endurance, a better sex life, reduced stress levels, and maybe most importantly access to ridiculously hot yoga babes Every chapter offers clear, step by step explanations of yoga poses and circuits along with hilarious full color photos of regular guys in action.Written in conjunction with Dr Craig Aaron an athletic trainer for numerous members of the NFL, NBA, and World Wrestling Entertainment Yoga for Regular Guys is a comprehensive fitness program that s fun, irreverent, and empowering So what are you waiting for...
|Title||:||Yoga for Regular Guys: The Best Damn Workout On The Planet! (English Edition)|
|Format Type||:||Other Book|
|Publisher||:||Authorscape 12 Februar 2015|
|Number of Pages||:||194 Pages|
|File Size||:||860 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Yoga for Regular Guys: The Best Damn Workout On The Planet! (English Edition) Reviews
I really like this e-book, it's fun to read and the workout is great.It's just a bit difficult to follow the workout. I've got all the moves down now, I think, but I'd like to know when to strain and when to relax muscles, for example. Sometimes, it would be easier with some voice or visual guidance, but sadly the old DVD set is not available any more. The new system, DDPYoga, consists of multiple workouts, while I really like that the old YRG is basically one which can be extended. I don't need a training plan for this, I just do is as often as possible.DVDs would be nice, though.
I've suffered from back pain since my first back injury at the age of 10. Since then I've re injured my back on 3 separate occasions, not to mention damaging every other joint in my body with the exception of my hips through living life at 1,000 mph throughout my youth.Now I'm older I suffer daily from the injuries I incurred throughout my youth. This has led to a lack of exercise and other physical activity due to the pains I know will follow. As a knock on, this also led to weight gain - a lot of weight gain.I first heard of DDP Yoga by accident when reading an article about a wrestlers aim to help the world become healthier. I read about what Page had already achieved, and what his ambitions were to move forward. Being a cheapskate I initially refused to buy the DVD's of Page's yoga program and opted for this book, which given account credit I had barely cost a dime out of my pocket.I developed a rudimentary video with exercises from this book accompanied by child like drawings and used it twice a week. I felt results as quickly as 2 weeks in. Morning pains a little less prominent. Evening pains not as acute. I was sold on the idea, and the delivery method by Page helped keep me reading.I took the plunge and bought a DVD set. Over the next 3 months I dropped over 40 lbs and felt better than I had in years. Then I got stupid, started lifting weights, got too much weight to show off and tore my rotator cuff. Feeling sorry for myself I stopped exercising and over the next year gained back every pound I'd lost and feel like crap again.Just finished re-reading this book while on vacation and I'm ready to go with DDPYoga again when I get home. This time I will stick to the yoga and let it do what I know it can do.
DDP hit the nail on the head giving this book/program the perfect title, it is the best darn workout a regular guy can find; some of the pictures aren't bad either, sort of motivating.... While I'm beginning the sessions, I'm finding the stretches are not as intimidating as one might think. Once I complete the timed session, I feel like I accomplished something, a different feeling than when I was going to the gym. 20-30-45 minute workouts are just enough. One thing I'd like to find is an excerpt for the meal planning/menu listing to compliment the workouts.
We saw this on Shark Tank, and my husband decided he might actually give it a try. My husband is NOT a person one would normally think of as doing yoga. This is yoga without the "woo-woo." It's pure exercise. My husband has been having sleep difficulties, and one of the first things you learn in this program is breathing exercises. He has been using the program for about a month and his sleep has already improved dramatically. He now makes the effort to get home early enough twice a week to do the exercise. I haven't tried it yet myself but I've been watching the DVD as he uses it, and it seems like something I could try as well. The moves are "doable," not bizarre pretzel twists that put one in tune with the universe.
This book has a wealth of useful information to dramatically improve your quality of life. Not only does DDP go step-by-step teaching you the workouts, but he expands upon them, gives you information on how to eat right, why to eat that way, and an amazing amount of other information as well. By the time you finish reading this book you'll be well on your way to owning your life. It isn't just for guys. It's for anyone, any age, and any fitness level. You will learn a plethora of information on how to break your body down, rebuild it, and do what needs to be done in order to fine tune it like a priceless machine. Do yourself and your body a favor by purchasing this book. Enough is enough, and it's time for a change.
If you are into DDP Yoga this book is worth reading, if you are curious about DDP yoga this is a cheap way to get started, but you'll want the DVD's and the DDP yoga now app is really great.