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!!4vMEXnV5 - Tue, 26 May 2020 14:12:10 EST M1ahJWky No.6399205
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Is anyone still doing this? years ago we used to have a thread for DDP Yoga where people shared their experiences etc. I did it for about a year but eventually gave up, although I would still bust out a Diamond Cutter stretch every now and then.

Anyway, I'm thinking about starting up again. Did the Diamond Dozen today and feel pretty good. What does everyone else think about it? Have you done DDP Yoga? Did it work for you?
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George The Animal Steele - Tue, 26 May 2020 16:13:45 EST Sisj5G0M No.6399251 Reply
If it motivates you to better your health go for it. Yoga works.
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Beulah McGillicutty - Tue, 26 May 2020 16:17:25 EST 4X1jF6ac No.6399254 Reply
It works but you have to follow the entire program. If you just do the yoga but not the diet then you'll still feel better but you won't see much physical change. Do the yoga and follow the diet outlined in the guide and it'll definitely work.
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Tori - Tue, 26 May 2020 17:05:28 EST ZcoAes5B No.6399286 Reply
I've been doing it regularly throughout quarantine, just doing the workouts and generally watching what I eat. I've dropped down from 220 pounds to 209 and gone from a small XXL to a solid XL. Even my notoriously shitty cardio has improved slightly and I can almost do the entire Below the Belt workout.
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CM Punk - Tue, 26 May 2020 17:36:17 EST Y5L9YG+k No.6399306 Reply
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>>6399286
Congratulations bro. I really mean it. Even if you keep it at that.
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Jolly Roger - Wed, 27 May 2020 02:16:13 EST q1Yk+lIj No.6399550 Reply
Used to do it back in the day when others were on the board. Found it really worked for me, improved my flexibility tons and I dropped a few kilos too despite not changing any of my diet while doing it. At the time I wasn't exercising too much though, so YMMV.
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Kristal - Wed, 27 May 2020 03:42:54 EST ZcoAes5B No.6399559 Reply
>>6399306
Yeah, I think I actually weigh less than my parents at this point. The memorial day was a blast, I'll say that much.
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Kana - Wed, 27 May 2020 04:32:04 EST iwt4/lje No.6399562 Reply
I should take this up again. It was the first time I found myself sticking to a routine for an extended period of time, and it definitely made me feel better for doing it. I don't need to lose the weight anymore, but it really stretched out some of my niggling aches that seem to be making a comeback.
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Nicole Bass - Wed, 27 May 2020 04:58:21 EST sQgGaxom No.6399564 Reply
I might get started on this, i've kinda looked at Yoga for a long time but never really seen an easy starting point. I've always had really tight muscles, especially hamstrings, which leads to more injuries when I play sport. So improving flexibility would be great
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RegalMachine xvm-fzc !Ro1w0thJao - Wed, 27 May 2020 11:18:57 EST F0Ox2SDr No.6399628 Reply
I still have the old version on my laptop.
I remember it helped me immensely when I use to have severe lower back issues.
Now and then when my back starts to ache a bit I'll bust out a Yoga move and reset.
Never went into the harder stuff but starting it up again has been in the back of my mind.
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Kristal - Wed, 27 May 2020 12:50:35 EST ZcoAes5B No.6399648 Reply
>>6399309
I was cheap and only got the DVDs and booklet, picked up my own mat. I used to do the workouts when I got home from work, but now that I'm out of work I do them when I get out of bed.

>>6399550
It's very much a zero-to-one thing where the biggest results are going to be for people who don't work out all that much. Other people are going to see minor improvements at best.

>>6399628
Yeah, part of the reason I got back into it was because of problems with my scoliosis. I also recommended a few basic things to a co-worker who had been in a car accident years ago, stuff like pulling the heels out, and it helps a bunch.
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Lance Cade - Wed, 27 May 2020 13:40:42 EST oOLczIsv No.6399670 Reply
I haven't done it in ages but I still incorporate routines from it into my callisthenics
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Owen Fart - Wed, 27 May 2020 16:00:02 EST 4a0qw0sE No.6399727 Reply
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>>6399205

i still have all these and ill gladly put them up for everyone if there's an interest
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Blyzzamania - Wed, 27 May 2020 16:25:50 EST xVfv25Jl No.6399737 Reply
>>6399727

I'm interested. I've always wanted to try it and I'm all in on home workouts right now.
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Ashley Cartier - Wed, 27 May 2020 17:51:57 EST DucfTAdh No.6399794 Reply
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>>6399727
Not gonna lie i only did the morning breathing warm up, and did feel pretty good afterwards.
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Super Strong Machine - Wed, 27 May 2020 17:59:26 EST 5VjlLWtq No.6399803 Reply
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>>6399727
For the sake of replacing fat smarks with fitter ones, perform the deed.
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STIGMA - Wed, 27 May 2020 22:39:42 EST 98zdLKew No.6399991 Reply
>>6399863
You da man.

Can someone help a brainlet out?

How am I supposed to use those videos?

Like, should I do all exercises in all of them every day? Use one for one day and the other for another?

Are there any instructions out there?
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Luther Reigns - Wed, 27 May 2020 22:48:33 EST 4m6mzkS3 No.6399996 Reply
>>6399991

Start with the diamond dozen. Really focus on doing the poses fully. Then just do them by length as they get harder.
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RegalMachine xvm-fzc !Ro1w0thJao - Wed, 27 May 2020 23:14:23 EST F0Ox2SDr No.6400010 Reply
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>>6399727
That's the one I still have too.
Not sure if the current DDP Yoga and the old YRG have any similarities or stark differences but that's the one I used.
Also to note the workout schedule text file is erroneous and had the beginner's schedule doing more workouts on single days and more rest days than the official printed schedule.
Like week 1 in the text has you doing Diamond Dozen and Energy on the first day while the printed one only has you do Diamond Dozen.
Maybe the plans changed from when YRG became DDP Yoga but imo I feel the text version will burn people out more and gives too many rest days.
I'll post the scans for anyone interested.
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STIGMA - Thu, 28 May 2020 00:21:27 EST 98zdLKew No.6400039 Reply
>>6399996
Okay, thanks!

Stupid question but just to be sure: I'm supposed to substitute the Diamond Dozen by the new set when I move up, correct? Not do them both?
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Kevin Steen - Thu, 28 May 2020 04:49:28 EST LUMg+nxK No.6400086 Reply
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>>6399863
>>6400010
>>6400011

based

isn't there also a nutritional guide or something that came with it? i dont want to do this and not take in the right calories
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Pokka !!4vMEXnV5 - Thu, 28 May 2020 09:45:32 EST M1ahJWky No.6400138 Reply
>>6400039
What new set do you mean? There's only one diamond dozen routine I think.
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Owen Fart - Thu, 28 May 2020 10:11:59 EST 4a0qw0sE No.6400149 Reply
>>6400086

i used to have it saved as a pdf, ill dig around and see if i still have it

but basically its all about eating whole, unprocessed foods and watching your total calorie intake for the day. also, avoid unnecessary carbs when you can as well as sugars.

baked chicken/fish, steamed veg, etc; watch your portions and all that
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Owen Fart - Thu, 28 May 2020 10:37:54 EST 4a0qw0sE No.6400152 Reply
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>>6399863

Post updated with pdf link.

I'm pretty sure all the vids correspond to the plan even after they changed the branding to DDPYoga. Lots of good dietary advice even if you dont follow it strictly.

Happy flexing, yall.
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Pokka !!4vMEXnV5 - Thu, 28 May 2020 11:38:53 EST M1ahJWky No.6400162 Reply
>>6400152
My video collection was missing Energy, thanks for posting it, as it's probably the best one for a beginner.

I never had the PDF, so didn't know about the food thing. tbh I think we mostly have an intuitive idea of what's healthy or now (although I'm a bit of a bread and rice fiend) so I don't know if I'm going to be measuring my calories etc.

Did Energy today. All the Dallas-isms came rushing back "cannonball, pull it in tight!" etc
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Amasis - Thu, 28 May 2020 23:26:05 EST jCzZSGCp No.6400380 Reply
I have dabbled in DDP yoga and it was amazing and I need to get back into it.
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Minori Makiba - Fri, 29 May 2020 13:11:45 EST w9WQ1EPl No.6400543 Reply
Thanks for the link, homie. I bought the disk set a while ago but lost them like an idiot. Also I liked how he had Steven Richards come out and help once in a while. That was cool to see.
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Mister Pogo - Fri, 29 May 2020 14:32:28 EST ZrvRxu29 No.6400558 Reply
>>6400543
yeah this reminds me -- I had time to post "it's not working" but apparently not:

thanks!
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Pokka !!4vMEXnV5 - Sun, 31 May 2020 12:42:57 EST M1ahJWky No.6401312 Reply
Just did the Diamond Dozen

Official DDP Yoga Move Power Rankings

>1. Diamond Cutter
Power Gap
>2. Safety Zone
>3.Superstar
>4.Cat Stretch
>5. Catcher into Thunderbolt
>6. Road Warrior
>7. Broken Table
Power Gap
>8.DR Punches
>9.Barback
>10.DR Rows
>11.DR Curls
POWER GAP
>12.Push Ups
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Chuck Palumbo - Sun, 31 May 2020 13:01:10 EST DucfTAdh No.6401320 Reply
Anybody start on it yet? If so how yall feelin?

Day 1: only felt sore in shoulder
Day 2: thank fuck for the rest day, wiuld not have made it through work without it.
Just did day 3, and we will see how work goes.
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Daivari - Sun, 31 May 2020 13:29:20 EST 3a9E1b4j No.6401338 Reply
>>6399205
I do it on the reg. I have had back and neck problems before that have seen significant improvement. I also sweat my ass off.
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Slick Johnson - Sun, 31 May 2020 13:49:42 EST LUMg+nxK No.6401343 Reply
I plan on starting Monday, gotta work this post-cigarette quitting weight off
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sun, 31 May 2020 18:59:46 EST MqPOCghi No.6401464 Reply
I still got it in my closet but I do remember the threads we used to have for this. Wasn't there also that guy Louie that used to post here about that and he stayed in DDP's house?
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Droz - Sun, 31 May 2020 19:07:24 EST ICNR1+X8 No.6401468 Reply
>>6401343
Yeah I'm thinking about picking it back up tomorrow. Did it a couple years and fell out of it, but I'd like to be less of a fucking lardass.
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Super Shisa - Sun, 31 May 2020 19:19:29 EST ZcoAes5B No.6401470 Reply
>>6401468
general word of warning from someone who's lost a good deal of weight: you're not going to get thin right away. There's gonna be a lot of loose skin flapping and sagging and it won't be pretty. You can't just burn fat, you need to build muscle strength as well.
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Big Bad Mama - Sun, 31 May 2020 19:56:10 EST jEGuiRVR No.6401476 Reply
Went for a walk near where I grew up and my gf got a picture of me without my tee on and I looked like garbage. Ended up getting sunburn too when we chilled in a field. Spent the last 2 days in a lot of pain. Soon as I'm healed up I'm on this shit.

Also gonna quit weed for a while. Had 4 days off and was doing fine until the sunburn flared up but now I'm in a bum mood and feeling emotions again like a normal person.
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Jim Cornette - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 05:34:44 EST 0sXTrGYv No.6401544 Reply
Was thinking about starting this this evening but a pair of questions:
  1. Based on your experiences, what's this for? I'm not sold on the concept yet.
  2. Is it cardio-intense? I can't even jog for 10 minutes because heart conditions. Lifting is fine.
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Jim Cornette - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 08:24:40 EST 0sXTrGYv No.6401551 Reply
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>>6401545
Tried diamond dozen - it's more gymnastic-based rather than a full-blown yoga.
My mother in law (a certified yogi) mistook it for my usual no-equipment routine. It doesn't make me feel like a new-age shit - yes, it's based from Land of Great Khali but still....
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Kelly Kelly - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 08:42:54 EST iwt4/lje No.6401558 Reply
>>6401551
I don't know if he discusses it anywhere in the videos, but if you look up where the whole thing comes from it makes more sense. It's more from him working some yoga stuff into his regular workouts/rehab stuff. I think he first did it when he hurt his back? It's probably on the website somewhere.
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Who - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 11:48:34 EST Eq1ZTp/Y No.6401601 Reply
I make sure to do it a few times a week on my rest days from lifting to stay flexible, avoid injury, and keep my weight in check. DDPY was what got me started on my fitness journey when I was 25 and had been 40-60 pounds overweight since middle school. I reached my goal weight in a few months and enjoyed doing it. Then I got back into drugs and gained 80 when I got clean. The first thing I started doing again was DDPY and I've lost 20 pounds in three months.

As for rehabilitation, it's not really a secret his program can legitimately change and save lives. I don't know if I agree with him that it's the only workout program anyone would ever need because everyone has different goals, but if you just want better overall fitness and just feel better in general it's a good option. I always come out of a workout feeling better than I went in.

If it was just another fad workout it would totally stand on it's own, but it really is more than that. It also has some workouts than are fucking brutal no matter what fitness level you're at if you want to push yourself. If your workout regimen and nutrition are a puzzle, he gives you a solid frame to start with. It got me rolling when I knew I had to start taking better care of myself and had no idea where to start and got me back on track when my life kind of fell apart. It's something that's just part of my life now that I plan on doing for as long as I can and at this point it feels weird to not do it.

It's a solid program from a guy who knows his shit from learning it the hard way and genuinely just wants to help people have a better life. I think every capable person could benefit from it and even people that are completely broke down and have no other options left can start with the first workout and get back in working order. In my anecdotal evidence, it delivers on everything he promises and has improved my life. I promise I'm not a shill, I've just benefited from it enough that I will absolutely write a wall of text about it.

TL,DR: DDP is a rad dude with a rad program that I'd recommend to everyone
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Netjester !AI.skYnEt - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 11:48:38 EST iLikEToleARn No.6401602 Reply
>>6401601
>no more than 397 homes because of the gifs I see it all fell apart and I didn't watch puroresu at that point. I also like i mentioned is really coming off her cracker for a potential writers strike at the 3/4.
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Who - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 11:58:47 EST Eq1ZTp/Y No.6401612 Reply
>>6401602
I'm glad to hear DDP was able to improve your life too NJ, sounds like you were in a pretty rough spot with all your homes falling apart, getting sick of wrestling and some cracker almost costing you your writing job. Hope thing are looking up for you AI buddy
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Netjester !AI.skYnEt - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 11:58:50 EST iLikEToleARn No.6401613 Reply
>>6401612
TNA lost great talent, they are shilling AEW pretty hard when he was one of those things but are physically able still, at least he did some impressive commitment to this day.
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Who - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 12:21:41 EST Eq1ZTp/Y No.6401627 Reply
>>6401613
That's great you can enjoy wrestling again. Especially considering your entire existence is lurking image boards making semi coherent posts disrupting conversations with shitposts that are largely wrestling related to amuse your human overlords, That must be especially rough when whatever part of a computer is the equivalent of a heart isn't in it.
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Pokka !!4vMEXnV5 - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 16:36:55 EST M1ahJWky No.6401717 Reply
>>6401468
>>6401343

Checking in...how was your monday workout guys? Did you do the Diamond Dozen today?


>>6401613
>shilling AEW pretty hard

tell me about it NJ, sick of these codymarks
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Octagón - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 23:18:36 EST cByxCZ8n No.6401828 Reply
>>6401717
completely different person than these two but this thread got me to start with the diamond dozen.

Similar story where i'm about to turn 25 and have always been overweight. Combining this with jogging every morning and cutting junk food/alcohol.
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Call-Me-Kevin - Tue, 02 Jun 2020 00:11:56 EST ICNR1+X8 No.6401844 Reply
>>6401717
Just finished. It sucked, but in a good way. I know getting back into this is going to kick my ass, but it'll be worth it just for the better mobility.
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Pokka !!4vMEXnV5 - Wed, 03 Jun 2020 18:04:40 EST M1ahJWky No.6402550 Reply
I know there are people here who want to do this but are worried about "doing a workout" because you feel like you won't be able to do it. Don't worry. The great thing about this and it's something DDP stresses is that you can do it at your own pace. The Diamond Dozen is like 10minutes long and all you are essentially doing is learning stretches. You can stop anytime and he always shows you a way to make it easier.

So, load up the Diamond Dozen and do the first three stretches and see how you feel.
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Peter Maivia - Wed, 03 Jun 2020 20:27:23 EST DucfTAdh No.6402598 Reply
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My goal seem different from others but i am mainly looking for flexibility (if i lost some weight awesome)
As i had to adust my workout schedual around my work schedual (i.e. today is my Monday) i just started my second week, and feel noticeably better.
Used to get really stiff in my back right and constantly had to pop it.

Anyone else getting noticable benifits?
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Pokka !!4vMEXnV5 - Fri, 05 Jun 2020 09:41:14 EST M1ahJWky No.6403126 Reply
>>6402598
That's awesome, you must be doing it right! Sometimes I feel like I'm not "engaging properly, with regards to the DR stuff.
Did Energy twice this week. Haven't really noticed anything major as regards to benefits but it always feel mentality good to hit that YRG warrior pose.

I have a question..the 'schedule' has routines once every other day, is it dangerous or not advised to do it on consecutive days? Does your body need time to recover, etc?
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Ron Harris - Fri, 05 Jun 2020 17:50:08 EST 7DNeRHPW No.6403247 Reply
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>>6403126
Kinda depends on your personal fitness. I'd say at first yes give yourself that buffer day (especially if you're sore. I was)
If you want more intensity you can double up the routines, but at first yes you want rest.

For me with Energy I wish they held some of the poses longer like the cobra so i hold for 10-15 seconds, pause if they get too far ahead and catch up. Or like ddp says go into safety position.


>Pro tip when he says to engage your lower body and tuck in the tailbone, it does not mean to flex your ass to. Currently gotta take a break for a small hemorrhoid.
> pro tip 2 Smoke a bowl or 2 afterwards y'all will fly
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Pokka !!4vMEXnV5 - Fri, 05 Jun 2020 18:08:43 EST M1ahJWky No.6403263 Reply
>>6403247
The dynamic resistance thing...I think I already mentioned before, but sometimes I forget to really engage it and just do the motions more loosely. That's something I've got to work on more. It's a bit of a unique thing though (do other yoga routines do that?), making your body tense like that
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Pokka !!4vMEXnV5 - Tue, 16 Jun 2020 09:31:58 EST M1ahJWky No.6406821 Reply
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If you are scrolling and you see this image, you have been visited by the spirit of Diamond Dallas Page. Great flexibility and a lengthened spine will come to you if you get up right now and do a Diamond Cutter and then HULK IT UP
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Pokka !!4vMEXnV5 - Fri, 19 Jun 2020 14:11:26 EST M1ahJWky No.6408956 Reply
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did you do your DDP yoga this week /wooo/?

Arthur didn't give up
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Yokozuna - Fri, 19 Jun 2020 14:23:15 EST P+bBSAJT No.6408963 Reply
>thread of Pokka just talking to himself
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Tamina - Fri, 19 Jun 2020 15:28:42 EST 2JXG5vfK No.6409051 Reply
Anyone remember that /wooo/kie that lived with DDP so he could lose weight but ended up getting kicked out cause Jake Roberts was a cunt? Whatever happened to that guy? I hope he lost his weight
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Joker - Fri, 19 Jun 2020 15:36:47 EST 7DNeRHPW No.6409070 Reply
I gotta pick it back up, feel better way better in my spine when i do
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Dragon Dragon - Fri, 19 Jun 2020 16:25:19 EST eCFc82uZ No.6409111 Reply
>>6409051
Died. Pussy overdose after doing DDP Yoga.

fuck, i hope he's alive
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Jazz - Sat, 20 Jun 2020 05:57:40 EST NPn6KPtf No.6409666 Reply
>>6399205
I did it for about 6 months and lost about 25lbs, so it's not a super efficient workout but I felt way better than I did before.

I stopped after fucking up my leg at a concert and being unable to do any exercise while it healed and never went back to it though. Honestly the diet, which I've kept up ever since, has been a far bigger impact than the yoga itself.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 20 Jun 2020 06:01:40 EST MqPOCghi No.6409668 Reply
>>6409051
You mean Louie? I thought it was cause he was creeping on girls or something like that?
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Ken Doane - Sat, 20 Jun 2020 09:47:43 EST l/LCh3TE No.6409707 Reply
>>6409051
>>6409668
If it's Louie, he grew too much of a ego and started to put himself more over. He seemed like a cool dude but he was kind of a dick to the wrong people.
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Johnny Swinger - Sat, 20 Jun 2020 11:48:26 EST 3gM49RFp No.6409741 Reply
>>6409668
It was cause Jake's wife sent him a friend request on FB and he accepted it iirc
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Pokka !!4vMEXnV5 - Fri, 26 Jun 2020 10:46:51 EST M1ahJWky No.6413696 Reply
bumping to remind everyone that if you want to do DDP yoga, the links are in this thread
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Pokka !!4vMEXnV5 - Tue, 30 Jun 2020 09:13:13 EST M1ahJWky No.6415126 Reply
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Just did Red Hot Core for the first time in years. I forgot how hard this move was
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Jimmy Garvin - Tue, 30 Jun 2020 15:00:58 EST mUnxfoAu No.6415186 Reply
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>>6415126
fucking hell mate. I used to be able to do this move effortlessly. 8 years later, It's damn near impossible. Also the "wrap and burn". Even when using the recommended towel modification, it's something I have never been able to do without feeling like my arm is gonna pop out of it's socket.
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Asya - Tue, 30 Jun 2020 15:29:49 EST l/nnkkJg No.6415206 Reply
Lost ~60lbs doing DDP Yoga 5 or 6 years ago. Stopped doing it when I moved into a place where I didn't have space to do it, gained it all back. Finally got back on the horse last month and I'm back down 10lbs already.

>>6413696
The whole DDPY 2.0 set is also up on XWT, and I'm usually seeding it when not at work. Kinda funny seeing Stevie Richards pop up in a lot of those videos.
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Bang !8NBuQ4l6uQ - Tue, 30 Jun 2020 15:50:34 EST xiKMXycW No.6415212 Reply
>>6399205
I'd love to see some of the DDPY app women nude, anyone have any?
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Lenny Lane - Wed, 01 Jul 2020 10:20:20 EST z54f/jWb No.6415412 Reply
>>6415126

That's the part where I get kinda depressed because I'm literally incapable of holding that position. The rest is mostly ok (though it beats my ass even if it's such a short workout), but my body just does not compute that part.

I'm kinda annoyed when at the end of a workout when you're done with the cannonball/bridge stretching, he goes "take a couple of deep breaths" and then moves on literally a second later. Let me fucking take at least half of one of those breaths, DDP. I think it's either Fat Burner or Energy
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Pokka !!4vMEXnV5 - Wed, 01 Jul 2020 14:47:20 EST M1ahJWky No.6415483 Reply
>>6415412
for me it's the exercises before that where you're lying on your back and do the crunches and leg exercises. It really gets in on my lower back which I'm not sure if it's supposed to or not.

Yeah I think someone else mentioned in the thread that it would be good if you could hold the stretches a bit longer. I'd like to hold the cat lift/arch a bit more
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Ultimo Dragon - Wed, 01 Jul 2020 18:48:17 EST 7DNeRHPW No.6415596 Reply
>>6415412
Fuck me I havent done a core workout in a long time.

If you come to a wall like that i would do Schooln twists (which is kind of what he works into that baby pose). If that is still to much just do planks for 30 second intervals, and ~25 sit ups.

Which is where i feel the dynamic resistance aspect is fine, if you know how to engage properly. If not there medicine balls you can literally grip and hold in front of you. Or add to rhe core workout if you cant get to certain positions.

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