Yoga with Adriene

luka

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Catalog is your typical Englishman always wanting to make a virtue out of self sabotage and indolence.
 

luka

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I'm like this too of course but I have moments why I try and wrestle with it
 

luka

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When I manage to summon up the energy and optimism. It's hard in this climate.
 

luka

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I'm working up to it. I feel in bad shape mentally and physically. Need a little more light coming through the window first. (Metaphorically speaking)
 

luka

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They re really fantastic but as with any of these things if you don't keep it up you lose all the benefits you worked for. It's a bit of a treadmill in that sense
 

luka

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I'm aiming to get out the house every day. I've been out the house every day this year. It's easy to get into the habit of not going out.
 

luka

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Of course sometimes you go out for your trudge and you think, why am I doing is why am I trudging joylessly through the cold with no goal or anything just trudging through this place I've been trapped in all year
 

catalog

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I'm not ready for the yoga commitment.

Maybe next year.

I did go to classes for a while, a few years ago. these long 2 hour kundalini ones, and you always feel great after. I sometimes used to go and have a pint and a fag after the class, that was brilliant. I maybe went to 6 of those and was also doing life drawing at the time. My Tuesdays and Thursdays sorted. Lasted about 3 months, I think i quit when winter hit cos both the places were too cold.
 

catalog

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Going for a walk every day is a good low level commitment. I've sometimes had 3 days with no outside over lockdown. A good 30 minute stroll every day is good for you I'm sure.
 

yyaldrin

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depending on your housing situation it is not healthy i think to stay inside all day long. there's all sorts of dust and micro particles in your flat, even when you clean.
 

luka

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I've done a two hour walk and a 90 minute walk and a 105 minute walk. Joyless trudge pace mostly, no spring in the step.
 

luka

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depending on your housing situation it is not healthy i think to stay inside all day long. there's all sorts of dust and micro particles in your flat, even when you clean.
Yes obviously but we struggle against inertia and hopelessness yyaldrin
 

catalog

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I've just been for a walk in thd woods. I definitely believe the thing about being around trees and mulchy leaves being good for you, cos of thd particles you get
 

woops

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don't recognise this at all, no way could i stay inside for one entire day, i'd go mad, going for a walk is all part of the struggle against inertia and hopelessness for me
 
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