So I’ve heard a lot, and I mean A LOT, about DDP Yoga. I’ve seen videos over Facebook and what-not but the main reason is, as a listener of the Talk is Jericho Podcast, Chris Jericho talks about it a lot plus DDP Yoga is a sponsor of his. I’ve refrained from watching any videos specifically covering the workouts on the discs themselves – I’ve seen folks doing it so I have an idea of the type of things that are entailed but I’m still kinda going in blind.
I saw this video on the DDP Yoga site when I first checked it out and looked at the various deals etc. and then later saw it on Facebook and, to be fair, it’s pretty motivational.
I don’t expect or intend to get the results that this guy had – I’m marginally overweight based on my height and weight so weight loss isn’t an expected result but if it can help me with my back (prolapsed disc) and motivate me to the point that I take other exercise seriously such as getting back into running and so on as when I was doing that I was getting the weight back to my target weight as well as feeling much better in myself and noticed some impressive physical improvements such as muscle definition and more confidence .
Anyway, I digress – I am looking forward to diving into this DDP Yoga lark and seeing what it’s all about first-hand. I’m off work for the next three days then in Saturday and then off again until December 2nd so I have a lot of time to do it and blog about any results and so on. Plus, I pre-ordered Fallout 4 so being off work I won’t be walking 4-5 miles on my regular rostered days so if I get hooked onto DDP I can keep active and deter any further back problems.
I figured by saying I’m going to do it, it gives me more reason to actually give it a good go and less chance of me backing out – I doubt it’ll be difficult/overly challenging but the issue with so many get fit plans is that we start with the best intentions and then the desire fades as the novelty wears off.
If you have tried or are going to try it for yourselves, hit up the comments with your thoughts/experiences.