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Hey. pshannon. Yoga is really kewl! I have been into yoga since I was 13 in 1979. It is the best exercise-for body & mind. I recommend it to anyone. Buy a book, check out a book. Try it, stick with it for 2 weeks. You'll *feel* a difference. AND think a difference. I'm now 33, and still do it as I please, sometimes alot & sometimes a little. Good luck people. Yoga is great! PnkPantha
-- Randy (email@example.com), February 03, 1999
Yogat ta be kiddin
this is a y2k forum maroon.
-- Andy (2000EOD@prodigy.net), February 03, 1999.
Good for you Pantha!
Actually, Andy, Randy's comment wasn't QUITE as out of context as it seems. It was a response to a comment I made on the exercise your body EXORCISE the Trolls thread. Coulda been on that thread though...
-- pshannon (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 03, 1999.
I'm going to be doing a lot of ashtanga yoga to stay fit in my fallout shelter when the local (non-NRC-regulated, DOE) nuke plant melts down. Yoga, as the young folks say, is "the bomb" (that means good!).
-- E. Coli (email@example.com), February 03, 1999.
Myself, I prefer Japanese Iaido sword practice (draw, cut, and return, from seated positions) to keep fit. Gotta keep the AR-10 handy as an option for all non-tea-drinking situations however.
-- Runway Cat (Runway_Cat@hotmail.com), February 03, 1999.
I would like to add that I think anything that is able to strength mind and body and relax the nerves is the most y2k relevant topic I can think of. I like Hatha Yoga and Kung Fu personally. Quite apart from any religious aspects, these are proven to strengthen and bring discipline into your life. There are many styles to fit any person or schedule. I highly recommend them.
-- Lora Ereshan (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 03, 1999.