There is no shortage of standard “S” exercises including sit ups and stairs. But I do like to find ones that I am not as familiar with. The ones I had contemplated were: Stomach vacuum, sumo squats, sumo squat stretch, superman and …. last but not least, sex.
Not going to lie, “R” was a bit rough. I tried to avoid a lot of the cop-out “R” exercises that included “rear” or “reverse” by only doing one of each. Here is my list tonight: Runner’s stretch, rhomboids-smr, rear leg raises, reverse crunch, and Russian twists.
I questioned if “Q” had any substantial exercises when I started A to Z. Thankfully, questionable “Q” both quietly and quickly happened tonight. My quest included: Quadruped leg lift, quad stretch, quadricep-smr, and quick feet.
For “P” I came across a plethora of possibilities. My “P” performance included: Palms up and palms down dumbbell wrist curls, pelvic tilt into bridge, peroneals-smr, piriformus-smr, plank, and punches.
I am down to the wire so I won’t waste any time. Today’s lineup includes: oblique crunches, oblique crunches on the floor, one arm against wall stretch, outer thigh raise, and one half locust.
For how common a letter “N” is, there isn’t a lot of variety in “N” exercises. Many of the exercises are variations of one another and/or require machinery to complete. But there are a few options I did find: Neck bridge prone, neck-smr, and narrow squats.
Today’s exercise is taking on different form. Much like training your muscles to become stronger, you can also train your brain. And new research shows that your brain is very similar to a muscle in that way. Meditation is one way you can train your brain to be mindf
Today was a tough day mentally, emotionally and physically. I had high hopes for the day, prepared to tackle some “L” exercises, but it turns out I need to give some TLC to myself instead. And so, I am going to stray a bit off track today and give myself some tender LOVING care.
“K” is my favorite letter, I wonder why. Tonight’s lineup consisted of knee circles, knee to chest, kneeling arm drill, kneeling hip flexor stretch, kneeling forearm stretch, and kicks. Let’s find out how it all went!
“J” should be for joke. Instead, for “J” I was supposed to jog in place and do jumping jacks.