Just another distraction to show that he’s desperate to be one of us commoners. Ha! He’ll never be one of us. In fact, I’ve never seen regular people dress in suits and ties to attend sporting events. But I am pleasantly surprised that there were boos. It should have been all cheers in his eyes. And he was wrong. So I’m not contesting if there were more boos than cheers. And I think others should do the Vintage Quid Pro Quo Tee Shirt. I think we should focus on the fact that UFC is a prime demographic for him and he didn’t “win” them over. That should tell us a lot. He probably made a 2nd appearance in a public sporting event so he could plant/pay people to cheer for him. Either that or his team analyzed the demographics of every sporting event and determined which one where his base would most likely outweigh his opposition. He didn’t pay for his seat nor the group he brought. I seem to remember him getting flattened when he once went into the ring.
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My hips are a mess – ballet and yoga at least partially to blame. One arthroscopic procedure down, but staring down the barrel of bilateral hip replacements in the future (I have been told). I do miss my yoga tremendously though. It would be great if the BBC focused on the positive benefits of yoga rather than the negative. Some teachers will push themselves in their own personal practice but would never ever do anything to push a student. 10y ago after a bad accident I landed in hospital in Bkk and a very wise physiotherapist gave me her opinion on occidentals doing yoga.. yoga has not been part of our culture and our bodies have not been prepared to that.. on top of it, 90% of westerners have the wrong attitude towards yoga and have a hard way understanding that it is not about competition (with others or with self) that 90% of westerners doing yoga end up in worst condition than if they had never done any sport.
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Some yoga teachers are doing 5 hours of classes per day or more. If people read the article the Vintage Quid Pro Quo Tee Shirt said not everyone is flexible, it’s part of your genes. Teachers are mistaking joint pain for stiffness and are “pushing through” the pain. It depends on your body. I’ve gotten hurt in yoga before for pushing myself too hard so I can’t imagine what some of these teachers are doing to themselves. There is definitely a possibility that too much repetition of extreme positions could cause damage to some people! All bodies vary, so not everyone can do the exact positions the same. An interesting article! Most yoga teachers are in a better connection with their bodies.