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ToneItDown

Joined: Dec 12
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Posted: 20 Dec 2012, 23:42
Getting up and working out is very hard when you've got medical issues!!! Gotta get in gear tomorrow, God willing.
God is good!
jonnybadback

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Posted: 21 Dec 2012, 04:13
Have you got a Physio who can advise on the best exercise program to suit you. I have injuries that effect how much or what exercise i can do so i see a Physio and also do yoga. I still wake up in pain and stiff but its getting easier. Good luck with it
ToneItDown

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Posted: 26 Dec 2012, 22:58
No I haven't but I will talk to my Dr. about it! Thanks! She has sent me to a Yoga class in the past but my insurance won't pay for it anymore.
God is good!
jonnybadback

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Posted: 27 Dec 2012, 01:52
I am not an advocate of dvds but if you have already had a yoga class then you should have a pretty good basis in understanding of how it works. There are some good dvds on amazon which might help. Good luck
ToneItDown

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Posted: 29 Dec 2012, 18:59
Thanks Bro!
God is good!



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