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Yoga Twenty-eight Day Exercise Plan by Richard Hittleman Paperback: Richard Hittleman's 28 Day Yoga Exercise by Richard Hittleman 28 Days, Easy. richard hittleman's yoga. 28 day exercise plan. So pas poo. $. WORKMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY. Author: Richard Hittleman Pages: Publication Date Release Date: ISBN: Product Group:Book Read ebook Ebook.
Easy to follow photos and simple instructions, along with as stated the exclusive organized movements from easy to more difficult in a particular form of gradation that will ensure you stay agile limber all of your life. Return to Book Page. Sort order. Hope this helps! Aug 18, John Barry rated it it was amazing.
I'm still nowhere close to the image! Hopefully practice will make that one more successful. I also can't extend as much as she in the forward extreme position of chest expansion. Overall, good exercises. Each day is followed by 'thoughts for the day,' and there's a funny, dated bit about being a housewife and still deserving to spend time on yourself. Went on vacation, so missed about 5 days. Didn't seem to affect my ability to complete the exercises when I returned, however.
New exercises learned in this section are: I seem to have no trouble with any of these, though the abdominal lifts give me a case of the burps afterward, haha. And the locust is a bit difficult--I doubt I'm raising my legs that much. I remain unable to perform the full leg over exercise like last time, though my right leg is getting better no change in left leg. The exercises in the next section look more intimidating!
I've returned! I practiced, at an abbreviated rate, all previous exercises to make sure I could still complete them.
I seem to be performing exactly the same, despite many months having passed. I still can't manage the leg over!
New exercises: Shoulder stand, plough, extended back stretch, extended backward bend, bow, rishi's posture, and bust exercise. I almost hurt myself doing the shoulder stand and plough, so I am not doing them. These just don't seem safe alone at home! I really like the back stretch exercises. The rishi's posture requires a lot of balancing on tiptoes. I'm not there yet, but I think with practice I should get better. The bust exercise also feels good.
I definitely sit up straighter after these exercises! New Exercises: These are all great exercises. The days during this set focused on specific parts of the body for each day. This is why I've always avoided yoga. I will have to combine the exercises on different days so I'm not stretching in the same posture in a single day.
Other than that, the exercises are going well. Guess what, I can only do the last 2. I am now ceasing these exercises, though only 4 days remain. It seems to be exacerbating my POTS, so yoga is not a good fit for me. However, I'll take a few of these exercises and incorporate them into my exercise routine. I'm sure for most people, this would be a great primer on yoga. It's dated there's a constant assumption the reader is a stay-at-home mom , but it does give good instructions.
View 2 comments. Jun 05, Sherry rated it it was amazing.
This is the book I learned Yoga from in the 90's. It was "out of date" then as far as clothing and semantics, but I still like it better than the "flow" type yoga so prevalent today. This book focuses on postures, although there is also a part of the daily practice where a flow from one posture to the next is done.
I also got a lot out of practicing on my own because I could do it at my own pace and spend as much time with each movement as necessary without feeling like I was getting behind. Jun 11, Jerry rated it really liked it. Loved the Plough! Recently I was hindered in my Yoga practice with a wrist pain that didn't go away for over a month.
I picked up this book and it was perfect to follow along at the time because pretty much all of the poses kept me off my wrist which was exactly what I needed at that time. Once my wrist healed up however, I was ready to jump back into my normal practice so I ended up just reading through the last 9 days of the book. I think that this book is a good one for someone looking for a practice that foll Recently I was hindered in my Yoga practice with a wrist pain that didn't go away for over a month.
I think that this book is a good one for someone looking for a practice that follows a select few poses in this case 38 and just following that one book. I think that the book was good and it was exactly what I needed to let my wrist heal. But, once my wrist was better I craved my typical practice.
I think this practice is more based on ballet or dance of some type and so there are no sun salutations etc. It's an interesting book.
Overall, I quite liked this book but I prefer other methods of Yoga to this one specifically. Feb 27, Johann rated it it was amazing. Made it through the book for the second time. View 1 comment. Aug 18, John Barry rated it it was amazing. This is the book I've been looking for.
I need to read this book. Mar 01, Maryellen Winkler rated it really liked it. Great beginners book for starting a course in Yoga. I've used this book for years, and bought copies for friends. Nov 21, Pallavi Sonal rated it it was amazing. Finally I completed it and mind you, its not the one to just read over, you have to practice alongside.
I am really proud of myself for completing the 28 days practice diligently and I owe this book the full credit. The sequence , the number of poses to be done in a day, the counts and the laps- all have been designed with good amount of thought. I could see the difference in my body's response and I am very positive about following the routines at the end of the book for my daily practice. An int Finally I completed it and mind you, its not the one to just read over, you have to practice alongside.
An interesting thing, how did I come to know about this old book, when market is flooded with so many latest ones. I had started reading through the book "Don't sweat the small stuff" , and I came across the name of this book in that one. DSTSS is another great book, but again that can't be just read like another novel or self help book. Each chapter requires implementing the thoughts in your life, and that is why I haven't been able to complete it yet.
Jun 08, Vittoria rated it it was amazing. I have practiced yoga for many years but found myself lacking the concentration and inclination needed for attending a class. This book is a gem! The excercises are paced well and well thought out - your body slowly but surely strenghtens and becomes more flexible with a ridiculously small amount of daily effort. I'd recommend the book to anyone interested in yoga, even as a prep course before attending your first yoga class or going back to one after some downtime or a lenghty absence.
Certain exe I have practiced yoga for many years but found myself lacking the concentration and inclination needed for attending a class. Certain exercises are a bit dated, but if you have a basic knowledge of yoga you should be able to modify them to better protect your joints. I'd caution beginners to look the triangle pose up on the internet to avoid putting too much stress on the knees.
Well, I tried. I really tried. I did. This book is a touch more like what we call Pilates than pure Yoga. It deconstructed Yoga into a series of exercises to make it more palatable to the extremely WASPy mainstream that weren't trendy enough to be hippies at the time.
All of that chanting and carrying on with the breath of fire. So distasteful! As a result, it really sort of pulled the soul out of yoga. However, as a pure exercise program, it's quite good. As I mentioned, it's more of a fusion of Pi Well, I tried. I finally gave up. I was looking to read more deeply about the more spiritual side of yoga, rather than just an exercise book.
Dec 31, Carol rated it it was amazing Shelves: Just re-read and followed through the 28 day program in this VERY old book 's. Despite the fact that it is filled with sadly dated advise to the "housewife" and despite the fact that the author seemed a bit too keen on describing "female beauty," I'm still giving this one 5 stars because I love the yoga program in it.
It is much less focused on downward dogs than so many more recent books, and has a very balanced program. It also suggests a continuous movement flow ending to each routine t Just re-read and followed through the 28 day program in this VERY old book 's. It also suggests a continuous movement flow ending to each routine that feels really good. Great routine, nice slow build up to the final life-practices routines. Just a great book.
Feb 11, Eric Lawton rated it it was amazing. Don't really know when I started. Still using.
Wore out one copy completely so bought another. A easy, progressive plan that takes a month to get to a set of exercises that you then rotate for the rest of your life. OK, I've slid back several times and had to start over, but I do find they work for relaxing and focusing. Although there is some occasional drivel such as two pages each on "Yoga and the Housewife" and "The beautiful woman", it is mostly a realistic and usable practical guide if it i Don't really know when I started.
Although there is some occasional drivel such as two pages each on "Yoga and the Housewife" and "The beautiful woman", it is mostly a realistic and usable practical guide if it is too difficult to get to classes. Feb 09, Lauralee rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is the only book I still own from my middle-school years. My dear mother read aloud each day's lesson and 'thoughts' for 28 days as I listened and followed along with the breathing and postures.
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