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    Yoga: Tues at 10:30 am and Thurs at 6:00 pm

    Stretch: Thurs at 10:15 am

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    I am also available for private Nia / yoga / Personal Training!

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Multiple Planks In A Day Challenge – Check In #4

Posted by terrepruitt on April 28, 2013

Wow.  I just noticed that there are only three days (if you include today) left of the multiple planks.  Three planks a day every day for 30 days.  I missed three days.  Well, I have three days left to make sure I get all three in.

This morning I took a yoga class at the studio where I teach Nia twice a week.  This week is Bay Area Dance Week and so the class I took was free.  It was nice to get my mat out and do some poses.  I don’t use my mat at home, I just do it on the carpet.

There are a lot of free classes this week so you might want to check it out.  You can see a schedule of free classes in my post, Free Nia, Zumba, Belly Dance, Yoga, and More.

So I am going to go do my three planks.  Have you done yours yet?

2 Responses to “Multiple Planks In A Day Challenge – Check In #4”

  1. Kristin said

    What helped me to go beyond my limits and make my workouts more intensive was one specific nutritional supplement. At first I did not expect any substantial results, but nevertheless gave it a try. It was Navy Seal Formula manufactured by MGNutritionals. The result was surprisingly quick. Now I spend twice as much time in the gym as I used to and still feel great! Besides, I always feel toned and energized.

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    • My general off the cuff opinion on supplements aside from a vitamin is that the general population does not need them. According to the bottle on this particular supplement it is “Recommended for use by individuals exposed to intensive physical and mental stress, e.g. Army, Navy, Air Force, and law enforcement personnel, special ops troops, professional and amateur athletes.”

      Must be a big campaign to push the military grade nutritional supplements as you are one of two comments I received today! 🙂

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