Do Yoga – Me?

With the advent of us having to adjust our daily lives because of Covid19. I’m determined to still try and keep to some sort of training rehab plan.

I had planned to go for another cycle today but with ticking off a few other tasks for the household, I ran short of time. So, I replaced the cycle with a session of DDP Yoga via my ipad.

Timelapse version as I dont move that fast at my age

I enjoy DDP because you can take it at your own pace and moves can be modified. I’m just getting back into it so Energy 2.0 was enough for me.

Keeping active is going to be a crucial part of my rehab process but so are rest days. These are not to be confused with skiving, lazy days when you cannot be arsed doing something.

I normally use my WooHoo (think that’s what it’s called) heart monitor but there’s a bit of an issue with connectivity. So I used my apple watch which does not connect to the app (come on DDP sort this glitch)

The maximum heart rate during the session went up to 123bpm but not for any prolonged length of time, but that was ok for me.

It’s funny, as you remember in my last post I told you I had quite a low resting heart rate? Well I got a notification this morning that it dropped below 50 bpm, very briefly at 9am.

That’s two mornings in a row, during sleep, when its dropped.

Anyone have any suggestions?

See, not quite an athletic looking chap am I lol.

Loving the Project Rock gear and getting motivated by all the postings on social media from others. Check out the hashtag #throughthework

Stay safe people and keep active.

Published by Steve McKenzie

Old dad looking to get back in the dojo, fix his busted heart, lose some weight and provide for his family.

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