People have different stories on how they started yoga. There are those who do it because they have friend who does it, some are just curious and trying out, while for others it is a calling. When you listen to the journey that people take you will realize that each is intriguing. As for me, it took me a long time before starting yoga.
Like many people sports is not my thing. This is despite the fact that I had parents who invested heavily into me joining sports. I tried it all the baseball, soccer, cross-country, and even football and did not find any of them intriguing. At some point I did not do any exercise after doing gym in school. It is for this reason that is graduate with 135 lbs.
Though I was not particularly overweight I could stand to be in better shape. This is what drove me to try some things that would help me shape up. With aid from my partner, we started to bike daily. This is something that aided me to get into better shape. This was fun at first, but after a while it became boring. That is when I started to skateboard until I sprained my ankle. I also tried lifting weight but never got to go to the gym, though I did not start watching The Sport Consumer show.
After I was almost giving up my wife and I found a 30 day yoga challenge. Then we made a deal that we would complete the challenge no matter what. When people her of yoga they think that this is something simple but this is not the case and it is no wonder our first episode was a disaster. What we did not know was that the body is not prepared for this. The most significant challenge getting the balance or the stamina. The best part about it all was that the change was immediate. As soon as I started out, I begun being aware of my body. The other thing is that my position also improved. I could even feel the way distribution was taking place in my body.
It started off rough but by the second week things were getting better. This is where we got the motivation of buying yoga mats. After doing it for about twenty days, we got ill and rested. When I recovered I did not do yoga anymore. After a while I started missing the whole thing, then got the mats and started doing it. This is the first activity to get back into, and it is worth the time and the effort. The fact is that my body had to adjust, but things are going high.