Yoga which originated from India are not only popular in Asian countries but also famous throughout the world. Yoga sutras were compiled by Sage Patanjali prior to CE and these sutras were translated into forty languages which are a record. These sutras were also translated into Arabic and Old Javanese. Indian and Chinese philosophers who traveled widely popularized yoga sutras and poses in western countries and also in other eastern countries.
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Dallas discovered yoga through his wife, while he was rehabbing an injury he had sustained in the ring. He was approaching the age where the majority of performers typically were forced to retire due to the effects of injuries and wear and tear accumulated from wrestling.
However, Dallas found that through yoga, he managed to get into the best shape of his life. He went on to win the title when he returned to the ring and continued to perform in the top tier of wrestling for years after. He realised that he could help so many people but first he would need to shift the unfortunate stigma that yoga had gathered over the years and find a way to get the masses into yoga and build a hot body.
It can either be performed as an accompaniment to your fitness plan or it can be the only workout you do and still see a great transformation to your body. What is that you ask? Dynamic resistance increases your heart rate and gets you into your Fat Burning zone. It converts slow moving, easy activity into fat-blasting muscle toning that quickly builds a sexy, slender, strong body. Sounds simple, right? Try it! Dallas has formulated the workout so that you work the entire body, challenge yourself regardless of your fitness , burn fat , build muscles many that you miss in typical workout programmes and be pumped up enough to do it again at the end of the move set without putting any pressure or strain on your joints and limbs.
To listen to the interview, click here With the entry-level pack, you get: A handy wall chart showing all of the basic moves and the movement transitions, which looks great on your wall. This is great for a reference tool.
A great user manual. It is littered with handy tips on nutrition, how to perform the moves, exercise timetabling, lifestyle and so on. How did I find it? There really is no entrance requirements to start. It helps fix your posture, make you more flexible and stronger and have a number of additional benefits to the rest of your life including having sex — trust me, it really helps!
There is just something about him, that when he talks, you get drawn in. DDP does a great job of explaining the moves and his yoga in a way that motivates you to workout. Hot Girls: One of the things that draws you in are the demonstrators. Not only are they in great physical shape, give great demonstrations of the exercise and with such passion and vitality but they are also really, really hot!
What more can you want from such a programme — great workout and hot babes! I have used many programmes in my time but the majority just give you instructions of how to do something and it is up to you to figure out if you are doing it right. In this programme, Dallas describes how you should feel, how the muscles should feel inside your body and so on. Dallas does an awesome job of helping you get the most from this programme by submerging you as deeply into it as possible.
Gives Examples: Something I really liked was the way that someone else would demonstrate and Dallas would explain what was a good or bad way of doing the exercise and Dallas would break down the exercise and show the muscles being used. This allowed me to get a deeper understanding of the exercise and know whether I was doing it right or wrong.
It was great as by Dallas doing this style of explanation, you become more in tune with your body as you feel the exercise rather than try and do as you remember.
Cool Names: One of the problems that I found with original yoga were the names. They were all so flowery and either too spiritual or girly for my taste. It was hard to take it serious when you were told to get into certain positions that made you question your masculinity. There is still some traditional yoga terminology in there but Dallas has mixed this up with names taken from wrestling holds and the like.
You notice little bits of fat leave here and there and your muscles feel like they can contract tighter and overall you feel fitter and stronger, with spikes in how flexible you are. Yet, you hardly feel as if you are working out. Too often, a workout programme must be followed for a few months to see any changes and the impact it has on your body causing you to stop due to fatigue or wear and tear.
Different Levels of the Exercises: A lot of the exercises chosen can be altered to suit differing levels of fitness. For example, the slow push-ups can be done either with the legs fully extended or on the knees. This customisation to suit various fitness levels, allows the programme to be available to all people regardless of how fit they currently are.
It was cool to see on the DVD how originally some of the demonstrators struggled when they started the programme and how far they had come after following the programme for a while. It will show you where the flaws in your fitness are and what you need to work on. Breathing: It was very difficult at times to remember about the demonstrate breathing patterns. There is an introductory video on breathing and then it is not mentioned during the exercise demonstrations.
I think that it would helped if how to breathe during the exercise was mentioned at the same time as how to do the exercise. This way, you would learn the moves and lock in the breathing technique as you learned the moves. Breathing sounds so simple but when you have so much else to concentrate on, it would have helped to have even a gentle reminder about breathing now and then when they were explaining the exercises.
Difficult to keep up at times: There were times when Dallas would perform an exercise or a demonstrator would and demonstrate the full movement through and then you were invited to perform the same move with him after watching the demonstrations. Unfortunately, not all of the moves were like this. Some went straight into you being asked to do the move at the same time. I found myself occasionally clicking the DVD back to watch it again and to perform the move at the correct time, which was a slight annoyance.
No mention of how to pick out workout spots: Something that I found was missing from the introduction, was there was no mention of how to pick out your exercise location. The movements require you to stretch your body and limbs, which can mean going on all fours, stretching out arms and legs and so on. You need to pick an area that is clutter free, away from breakables etc to work out in. I had to reposition where I was as I was too big for the area beside my writing desk!
A few minutes explaining the sort of space to work out in would have helped e. You will get jealous!
There is no getting away from that. The ease that they get into positions was great to watch but can be draining at you as you try and put your sweaty self into a similar pose! However, the jealousy merely spurns you on to try harder and get to their level! OK, tell me straight — Is it Worth the money in a few words? Hell Yes! But I would have more than happily paid for it.
You feel clearer in your mind, you are more flexible and you get a great body to attract hot chicks with. OK, I want it, where do I get it? If you want to be part of the cool kids, you can pick up DDP Yoga, by clicking here. You can follow Dallas on Twitter here and Like him on Facebook here.
The following are recordings of my interview with DDP. Sadly, I was using a awful call recorder back then so I only have the audio on these youtube videos but I will have a proper audio player copy up soon. Just enter your Email Address below to get regular badass goodies sent direct to your inbox! Related Posts:.
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My immediate supervisor was unhelpful, my client list had zero names on it and my practical experience was nil. There were times in the last year that I thought about giving up and walking away. Leaving behind the challenges of creating new and inspirational workouts. Trading in my trainer shirt for something more familiar if not more comfortable. At times, there seemed to be more hills to get over than golden valleys to strive for.
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