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Leah Ingram was skeptical about the big price tag, but her family’s health and her workouts will never be the same.
We have a complicated relationship with our bums; thankfully these butt exercises are simple.
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Warrior one and chair pose may help some stay chill, but all that free time for my brain leads me down rabbit holes that freak me out even more.
Competing with your husband over who is healthier and more fit can be a good thing. So throw down the gauntlet and let the games begin. You both win.
Get more out of yoga by just adding weights. More strength. More challenge. More sweat. And arms like hers. (Oh well, we can dream.)
As I made my way to the finish line, it occurred to me that this triathlon was so easy and fun that even my 84-year-old mother could make a good run at it.