I absolutely LOVE hot power yoga. I do it 2-5 times a week and I have never been stronger. To be completely honest, I was sore today from all the chaturangas (basically a plank to a push up into upward dog). So yes it does build strength and it is AMAZING for your body. My only advice is to start slow. Go for an intro to heat class first and build your way up. If you go straight into an intermediate hot yoga class, you will most likely get dizzy unless you’re used to heat.
And thank you so much love :) :)
Haha yes it will definitely help as long as you’re lifting correctly and eating well :)
If your goal is to gain muscle, lift very heavy (as heavy as you can with correct form) and low reps. 1-2 sets of 8-10
Another Sunday, another week of planning my workouts!
No gym? No problem!
A little detox before the retox #yogafordays #itsgettinghotinhere #superbowlsunday #namaste (at Core Power Yoga)
Wait, what? These aren’t real animals?
I’ve never personally used it, but I hear it tastes good and I like that it’s lactase free for you fellow lactose intolerants :) However while having a debate on the best protein powder with my managers and coworkers we all agreed that if you want a cheap protein powder, muscle milk is fine however the quality is not very good. If you want a protein powder with a little more quality, then you should go for one that’s a little more expensive. Some good ones are Syntha-6, Optimum Gold Standard, and Phase-8. My personal favorite out of those is Optimum Gold Standard because I know and can pronounce all of the ingredients. :)
reblogging for reference for when I build my supervillain lairCare to share what the company is
NEED HO MY GOD
the company is creative home engineering!!!
1. Set realistic and achievable goals. These should be something that appeal to you as it’s hard to go after another person’s goals.
2. Think of meaningful ways to reward your progress.
3. Expect to have set-backs and to encounter obstacles. When that happens,…