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[11:27] tanaise: Incidentally, I'm planning to write a book called "Yoga With Breasts."
[11:27] matociquala: hee
[11:27] matociquala: and thighs.
[11:27] matociquala: don't forget the thighs
[11:27] tanaise: In which we learn poses that can be done with you know, extra flesh in the way.
[11:27] matociquala: Yes.
[11:28] matociquala: I am going to try plow pose today
[11:28] matociquala: I haven't been able to do it since I got heavy.
[11:28] matociquala: Pray for me.
[11:28] tanaise: Since my hips are also interfering with sideways bending at the waist positions.
[11:28] tanaise: make sure you've got a sports bra on!
[11:28] matociquala: I might suffocate!
[11:28] tanaise: or you'll suffocate and be found that way weeks later
[11:28] tanaise: and while it would end up on a CSI,
[11:28] matociquala: And they'll class it as autoerotic asphyxiation
[11:29] tanaise: "She must have been doing it for fun!"

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I,I "Yoga with boobs."

...aww, who am I kidding, IJLS 'Boobs'.

/me is suddenly 14 again.
I don't think so. I think there's a certain amount of maturity a man has to attain before he can speak calmly and rationally about breasts - things like "I like breasts", or "Breasts are really great", or occasionally "Excuse me, miss, but I think what you've got there are some really nice breasts".

Now, if I could only stop myself from saying those things during staff meetings and church services.
No, it's really just that the word 'boobs' is fun to say. Much in the same way that lollipop is a fun word to say.
booooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooobs.
Autoaerobic asphyxiation, surely!
LOL!

Argh...

...now I have to gouge out my mind's eye.
The book, that is, not the CSI ep *g*.
THANK YOU! I took a yoga class a few months ago and decided "this is for people who don't need to lose weight and/or have never borne a child."
It's not, actually. *g* You just modify the poses.

But somebody needs to *explain* that to new people.
Yeah, she sure didn't. I took four classes, and each time I nearly suffocated. Don't think it did much for me in terms of musculature, either. I think I may return to my weights. :)
And if the instructor has never had boobs ro speak of, he or she may not understand the need to adapt the poses.
The days timprov and markgritter each saw me doing plow pose for the first time were alarming to each of them. Greatly, greatly alarming.

If you don't post for a couple of days, we'll send in the St. Bernards.
Hah! I did it. And the shoulder stand.

*hugs everybody*

Physical fitness is slowly occurring.
Heh, yes. I enjoy shoulder stand but would enjoy it much more without the sense of imminent suffocation. *is a DD*
Oooo! Awesome! Thanks so much for that link. The sports bras they sell in stores are always so disappointing, but these ones look like they mean business. Must have one.
I no longer have to double-bag. *g* Can barely BREATHE, mind you, but my tits don't jounce.

The lace underwire bra is also full of awesome, for lighter-impact activities.
LOL, double bag! Never heard that one but knew exactly what you meant.

The Hallelujah bra looks promising, too.
I've got the three reasons bra right now, which is the only reason I don't fear for my survival during upside down poses, but the uniboob effect doesn't help with things like nose to knee and the ironing board pose. So I'm probably going to experiment with an underwire next.
"Looks like she zigged ... *sunglasses* ... where she should have zagged."

WAAAAAAAAAAH!!!!
Ha! The first thing I had to do with my [male] weights trainer was to explain that certain exercises which include movements such as "bend over the ball until your chest touches it" involve a lot less movement when one is a customer of Bravissimo
yes. *g*

Also, I get to cheat on bench presses.
A friend of mine can't do 90 degree pushups. Her chest stops her before her arms get there.
There was a discussion of this very subject over at the yoga community on LJ. It's something that as a male teacher I have to learn to understand. I can see easily how one might "drown" in plough, but other poses I'm going to have to ask my wife about the mechanics.

I'm going to engage in Project Less of Me as well.
Project less of me.

it's not fun at all, but it does make your jeans fit better.
Oh, you have that right.

I described my current process to my wife as enduring a hail of arrows and having to crawl through it and not run. Oh, and needing to scream every second. Okay, every minute.