This Challenge ended 9 years ago

About this Challenge:

An exercise program used by Tibetan monks to live long, vibrant & healthy lives. The program only takes 10-15 minutes a day.

Final Challenge Progress Results

LoveMyself89 Total Progress: 4.27%  (Down 9.0 lb)
persephonii Total Progress: 1.55%  (Down 4.0 lb)
Shashank Srivastava Total Progress: 1.25%  (Down 2.2 lb)
Tathari Total Progress: 1.18%  (Down 2.2 lb)
Jjseven22 Total Progress: 1.15%  (Down 1.8 lb)
trwilky Total Progress: 0.88%  (Down 1.2 lb)
Cortster Total Progress: 0.84%  (Down 2.0 lb)
QuiltedHeart Total Progress: 0.00%  (Steady 0 lb)
lateybug Total Progress: 0.00%  (Steady 0 lb)
mrosenholtz Total Progress: 0.00%  (Steady 0 lb)
30togoto Total Progress: 0.00%  (Steady 0 lb)
arochom Total Progress: 2.89%  (Up 6.0 lb)

Completed Mini-Challenges

Day 1

Do a search on the Internet for "five tibetan yogas" (include quotes)

Guidelines:
Or, if you prefer, this is the print version of the exercise. Read thoroughly at least twice. http://www.mkprojects.com/pf_TibetanRites.htm
100% Successful

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Days 1 to 7

For beginners, start with 3 times a day for the first week.

Guidelines:
Guidelines: Make sure you breathe through the yogas.
75% Successful

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Successful: 24 Jun 12 by Cortster
"Two times a day but I do one or more of the movements throughout the day ..."
Failed: 21 Jun 12 by arochom
"Hurt back."
Failed: 21 Jun 12 by persephonii
"1 day. lol "


Days 7 to 14

Increase your repetitions by two until you reach 21.

Guidelines:
Make sure you breathe through the yogas.
50% Successful

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Latest Challenge Posts

A Lifelong Challenge
This is one challenge I'm going to continue doing from now on. I never made it to 21 repititions but I've discovered that now, if I don't do at least 3 repetitions, I don't feel as good ...
by Cortster on 05 Jul 12 07:08 AM
Thank goodness for warm-up and alternatives
I've been doing the warm-up exercises because of my FM and find they are very similar to the warm-up exercises in this practice. For now, the alternative positions are my mainstay until I can work ...
by Cortster on 22 Jun 12 06:49 AM
Here are the yoga moves/positions
The Five Tibetan Yoga exercises are written about and posted extensively on the Internet, but here is one excellent link: http://www.mkprojects.com/pf_TibetanRites.htm
by arochom on 18 Jun 12 05:22 AM
What will this challenge teach us?
This practice is an excellent warm-up to an existing exercise program, including yoga asanas.
by arochom on 18 Jun 12 05:19 AM
Challenge
This looks fun :)
by Tathari on 18 Jun 12 02:06 AM

 Challenge Ended

This challenge ended on Tuesday 03 July 2012.

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Challenge Info

status: Completed
ended: 02 Jul 12
duration: 14 Days
reporting: Daily
participants: 34
privacy: Public
administrators: arochom
created: 09 June 2012

All Mini-challenges:

1. Do a search on the Internet for "five tibetan yogas" (include quotes) ( day 1 )
2. For beginners, start with 3 times a day for the first week. ( days 1 to 7 )
3. Increase your repetitions by two until you reach 21. ( days 7 to 14 )


Rolling Challenge Performance:

The day to day running total weight lost

Day 14:

All Participants 0.26%  (Down 16.4 lb)

Day 13:

All Participants 0.22%  (Down 13.4 lb)

Day 12:

All Participants 0.09%  (Down 5.4 lb)

Day 11:

All Participants 0.09%  (Down 5.4 lb)

Day 10:

All Participants 0.09%  (Down 5.4 lb)

Day 9:

All Participants 0.07%  (Down 4.4 lb)

Day 8:

All Participants 0.02%  (Down 1.0 lb)

Day 7:

All Participants 0.02%  (Down 1.0 lb)

Day 6:

All Participants 0.02%  (Up 1.2 lb)

Day 5:

All Participants 0.02%  (Up 1.2 lb)

Day 4:

All Participants 0.02%  (Up 1.2 lb)

Day 3:

All Participants 0.05%  (Up 3.0 lb)

Day 2:

All Participants 0.00%  (Steady 0 lb)

Day 1:

All Participants 0.00%  (Steady 0 lb)

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