Yoga Progress Then And Now

One of those things that you either love or despise is yoga. Some claim that it saved their lives, improved their quality of life, and provided them with a wealth of benefits for their mental and physical health. Others find the idea intolerable. Their body doesn’t bend that way, it’s too sluggish, it’s too difficult, and they don’t like the whole spiritual aspect of it. Yoga may not be for everyone, but one thing is for certain: you cannot be made to practice it. Everyone who appreciates yoga and frequently performs it did so on their own and at the appropriate period in their lives. And if images of individuals performing challenging yoga positions make you feel like you’ll never be able to execute them, perhaps it’s simply not your time yet. Because it takes time and effort to achieve the level of flexibility and strength that yoga lovers exhibit. People literally try for years, little by little, before they finally attain the outcomes we see in a cool Instagram picture. So let’s get motivated by looking at some progress pictures.

1. Many people believe that since they lack flexibility, they are unable of performing the splits. As if flexibility were a quality that either someone had or didn’t. The truth is that anyone can perform the splits; it simply requires a lot of regular stretching and effort.

2. Although it may seem like only a few inches, as you can see, getting there might take years. Progress is a process.

3. Can you picture how rewarding it would be to finally succeed in a project you’ve been working on for an entire year?

4. Here’s a fantastic illustration of how development is nonlinear. You may feel like you are moving on some days but backtracking on others. However, as long as you like the process and continue to improve, that’s all that matters.

5. Although holding your legs in the air may appear more impressive, the woman in the second picture is noticeably more supple and bendable.

6. Success is certain if you are determined and give yourself enough time, regardless of where you start.

7. Although four years may seem like a long time, your body requires time. Yoga is not something you do by pushing yourself hard; rather, you must be kind with yourself. If you treat your body well, your body will allow you to do amazing things.

8. Yoga helps you become more flexible, but it also makes you stronger. To hold those stances, you must possess strength. Yes, her back is considerably more flexible now, but she has also significantly strengthened her arms and core.

9. In addition to being able to touch her foot in this position after six years of practice, she is also noticeably more toned, stronger, more flexible.

10. Many men believe that they are just unable to be flexible and that they cannot perform the splits. But that is simply untrue.

11. Many people would stop after the fourth image, but here is an excellent illustration of why you should keep going. You’ll be amazed with what your body is capable of.

12. Even if the progress may appear to be slow from day to day, it will all pay off in the long run.


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