❤ learning to breath like a pro (complicated, almost mystical activity, especially since the carcass of my bones seems
to be stopping my lungs from grasping enough air).
❤ finally seeing a physiotherapist, who wears glasses
and measures the length of most of my organs to understand the angles of my spine better.
last time he taught me three exercises, all of which made my brain warp into a puzzled bundle.
so far, getting interested in my back feels like reading a book about nuclear physics. a complete “whoopsadaisies” experience. i hope to understand all i need to understand before monday. my personal “whoopsadaisies” schedule. and my next appointment. 21 months ago
this is a positive by product of working out every day—especially of you’re doing pilates every other day…So, I’m making my list more manageable. 3 years ago
It’s part of exercising everyday. I’m getting rid of the entries that duplicate. 3 years ago
Pilates three times a week should help. 3 years ago
Have been doing exercises at the gym to strengthen my back. Have been using my computer at dimas desk instead of using the bed. Need to book in for a spinal assessment. 3 years ago
I’m still too lazy and unmotivated to do this! 3 years ago
I’ve fallen off the bandwagon with this one. Getting too lazy and apathetic about it! 3 years ago
I somehow got suckered into going to a chiropractor (not that that’s the crazy part), but one of those chiropractors who believe in it like it’s the one true religion and DD Palmer is their only prophet.
But… as crazy at they are (and they are crazy) I think my posture has improved and it no longer hurts to get adjustments. Once I’m through with my appointments there, I’m going to find someone covered by my insurance and who isn’t trying to indoctrinate me. 3 years ago
I’ve learnt how important this one is and now I think it’s greatly improved through my different exercises! 4 years ago
...and I plan to do something about it. Wish me luck! 4 years ago