Starting out with 30 days to flexy...

 
Sasmar89 Paid Member
Hello Everyone!

My name is Sue, I was an intermediate poler a couple of years ago before I had my 20 month old son. I was flexible in the past, but I wasn’t doing the splits in my adult life. I wasn’t doing any flexibility training at all when I was pole dancing, just stretching after. I’m also new to foam rolling. I haven’t begun yet though. I’m trying to figure out if I should be doing this first or the 30 day take off I think it was called? I’m super tight and stuff I often have trouble bending to change my clothes. This motherhood thing and nursing and co sleeping in my arms have been really kicking my butt. I’ve gained weight as well I went from a size 2 to a 10! I know I might never be a 2 again, but I’m trying to feel good and be able to move and no longer be in pain. What should I do? I don’t have a ton of time or energy to start with. I’ve been struggling with fatigue and shortness of breath/dizziness due to anxiety, I get light headed being in the shower to the point where I have to stop and have palpitations from carrying my son/moving. I’m desperate to get out of this rut and lack of Equipment isn’t an issue in fact all my work out gear, some new, is just collecting dust so to speak. Please Help!....
19 days ago
Veena
Hi, welcome!! The 30 day take off includes stretching and it's there to help those who've been sedentary, new to exercise or coming back from injury.

If you'd like the focus only on flexibility then go with the 30 days to flexy. Otherwise, the 30 day take off is the more complete program.💜
19 days ago
Sasmar89 Paid Member
Thank you So much! I’ll start the 30 days take off program then! One more question🙏Could or should I still do 30 days to flexy or should I start flexibility training after I complete the take off program?
19 days ago
Veena
You can do both at the same time but you'll need to make sure to follow the rest days. If you're short in time just start with the 30 day take off. 😀
19 days ago
 
HoopLena
Thank you Veena, very good stretches, nicely explained and built up in the routine to the bridge/splits. Really good!
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