- Tapa blanda: 192 páginas
- Editor: Quirk Books (28 de octubre de 2005)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1594740798
- ISBN-13: 978-1594740794
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
Yoga for Regular Guys: The Best Damn Workout on the Planet (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 28 oct 2005
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Think yoga is just for earthy New Agers? Think again! World Wrestling Champion Diamond Dallas Page is here to tell you that yoga is for regular guys, too: guys who watch World Wrestling Entertainment, guys who love yoga babes - but also, guys who want to get in on the benefits of core stability training and the flexibility, strength and endurance yoga has to offer. This book will introduce the average guy to this amazingly potent practice in a way only a professional wrestler can: with humour, regular guy talk and a whole lot of attitude. Page's step-by-step instructions are illustrated with hilarious full-colour photos of balding, overweight "regular guys" in action (and, oh yes, those aforementioned yoga babes as well). The result is an irreverent, but downright useful, guide to the essential yoga circuits that teaches breathing basics, stress management techniques and all the core poses that will transform regular guys into yoga guys in no time!
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Three-time World Champion Wrestler Diamond Dallas Page is one of the most recognized and respected superstars in professional wrestling. His trademark "Diamond Cutter" move has won him millions of fans the world over. A motivational speaker in his spare time, Page also is the founder of Bang It Out for Books, a charitable foundation that fights illiteracy. Dr. Craig S. Aaron is a holistic sports chiropractor and applied kinesiologist who treats members of the National Football League, Senior Men's Professional Golf Association, International Federation of Bodybuilders, and World Wrestling Entertainment. A certified yoga instructor who studied Ayurveda and yoga with Yoga Master David Swenson, he has worked as a yoga trainer for members of the Senior PGA tour, NBA, NFL and World Wrestling Entertainment.
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Now I'm older I suffer daily from the injuries I incurred throughout my youth. This has led to a lack of exercise and other physical activity due to the pains I know will follow. As a knock on, this also led to weight gain - a lot of weight gain.
I first heard of DDP Yoga by accident when reading an article about a wrestlers aim to help the world become healthier. I read about what Page had already achieved, and what his ambitions were to move forward. Being a cheapskate I initially refused to buy the DVD's of Page's yoga program and opted for this book, which given account credit I had barely cost a dime out of my pocket.
I developed a rudimentary video with exercises from this book accompanied by child like drawings and used it twice a week. I felt results as quickly as 2 weeks in. Morning pains a little less prominent. Evening pains not as acute. I was sold on the idea, and the delivery method by Page helped keep me reading.
I took the plunge and bought a DVD set. Over the next 3 months I dropped over 40 lbs and felt better than I had in years. Then I got stupid, started lifting weights, got too much weight to show off and tore my rotator cuff. Feeling sorry for myself I stopped exercising and over the next year gained back every pound I'd lost and feel like crap again.
Just finished re-reading this book while on vacation and I'm ready to go with DDPYoga again when I get home. This time I will stick to the yoga and let it do what I know it can do.