Most Noble Sangha, Having considerable experience both personally and professionally in multi-day hiking and trail work/trailbuilding, i wish to offer without charge this Proven Pathway which has kept many a hiker/trailworker healthy and capable of enduring the associated challenges which must be met, calmed, and conquered by the multi-day hiker/trail worker/builder…. feeble ilg only […]
“If you want to win the Human Race? you gotta stay focused on Enlightenment. You’ve been graced this Human Incarnation from your countless lives of competing since you did what it took to split the cell…don’t give up your Practice, drive deep into your weaknesses and develop wholeness because wholeness is the foundation of Enlightenment.”
from one broken back mountain yogi to another…Danelle? it’s been a while since chasing each other on snowshoes, however, your inspiration remains as fresh to me as a September snow in Leadville…
Meet my long time WF Devotee, Rick McNabb of Lawrence, KS…last year he finished ONE DAY before the cut-off in the competition to climb the equivalent vert of Mt. Everest; on stairs!!
the thing is? Warrior McNabb is a survivor of a brain aneurysm…
i transformed one of my students of yoga/bodywork – a former National Champion in his sport – back to the top ten of last weekends’ National CycleCross Championships in Austin, TX. one year ago? his body was like the fabled tale of Zumbaks’ Suit; all twisted and contorted and full of deep cellular, neural, and hormonal imbalance from decades of professional cycling without a wholistic coach in his corner.
in the past 12 months…
Which DVD should I get?!! I was reminded this weekend by the Pilates instructor at the booth next to ours at an expo we were at that my flat feet, ankles rolling in, hip flexor tightness, etc., is making my inner thigh muscles weak. I know that, and that’s why they hurt like hell if I run 4-5 miles!
December 22nd: Amma (Joy) chanting the Sacred Mantra to our daughter as the drug begins to put Dewachen into a Bardo Realm…a harrowing experience that no parent ever wants to see…photo by ilg (who was chanting as well)
When doing your hp prop workout it is very obvious that I have strength imbalances ( right side stronger than the left). I notice it more in my stomach and back. It is much easier for me to hit my right elbow to my left knee while doing sit-ups than it is to hit my left elbow to my right knee. Do you have any advice to help take care of these imbalances?
Peace by the journey,