I keep my yoga methods simple

My neighbor as well as myself have legitimately different approaches to life.

Since I have known him he has always been a boisterous man, outgoing and likeable. My neighbor is the type of guy who dominates every conversation, usually by talking about himself. He is a legitimately interesting dude, but the complication is that he finds himself more interesting than anyone that I know personally! And this loud attitude creeps into every single aspect of his life, from his loud wifey to his rambunctious children plus his ridiculously obnoxious vehicle. On the other hand I have cats, not dogs, I have no kids to take care of and I drive a whisper-silent hybrid; When it comes to getting my exercise, I studied yoga at home every single day of the week. On top of that I usually go to the yoga studio once or twice a week to take a class, just to learn from the best. When it comes to my neighbor getting exercise, he uses his own self-invented crossfit routine that is, you guessed it, legitimately loud. He works out in his backyard, where he has created a homemade version of workout component that he uses in his routines! If my neighbor is not home I will often do some yoga in my backyard before I go in to job for the day. With that being said I just can’t always do it outside because my neighbor plus his noise distracts me, so I converted my spare kitchen into a little yoga studio. It isn’t much, but the great thing about yoga to me is that you don’t need legitimately much. A little space, a mat on the floor, and the right attitude is all you need when it comes to yoga.

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