Yoga’s become a key component of my life.
A few years ago, I started being interested in yoga. I always say that when many people are doing something, you should be interested in it.
My next steps are always the same. I start looking for:
- Articles on the Internet.
- YouTube videos.
- Specialized sites on the Internet.
- Software or apps related to the topic.
I create an Evernote’s note and start writing down all the interesting information I find out.
It was interesting the information I found out, and, as a tech geek, I downloaded an app: Down Dog (no affiliate marketing!).
I bought a mat on Amazon.
I was ready to go.
Great mistake: I didn’t think about creating a habit.
Because of that, I didn’t think about when I will practice yoga and how many days per week.
If you want to get into something, you have to incorporate it into your schedule.
If you don’t do so, this is what happens. I did 2 practices using Down Dog, and my “yoga spirit” vanished.
Habits are essential if you really want to do stuff in life.
If you want to get into something, you have to create a habit. Not doing so equals you’re wasting your time (and your money).
Coronavirus came into our lives. We were isolated in our homes. Without expecting so, I received a bunch of hours into my life for free!
It was time to give yoga a second thought.
I workout 3 times a week, on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. I practice doing HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) sessions, combining everything…