I said, “That...sounds like a big step.”
So my pony is obsessed with giving me his left side. For the record, this isn’t pain. I think this is just they way his previous owners trained him. I also have a horse from the same previous owner, and that horse has the exact same issues. He’s currently at a professional trainers, as he needs to be restarted. Point is, she too struggled greatly with the horse to accept her working him on his right side. It’s just clearly the way they were trained.
So I’ve began to start training to break my pony to drive, but we’ve hit a wall. I can’t work him at all on his right side. He’s fine being brushed/pet from the right side. It’s not fear.
He’s genuinely obsessed with showing me the left side of his head. He goes to extreme lengths to keep the left side of his head on my right. The moment I start trying to lunge or yield it him from the right, he immediately tucks his head as far as he possibly can to the right,like to the point where his head is under his elbow. His body will go right, but he’ll try to twist his head to the left. And that’s even if he goes right. Usually he just shuts down, and doesn’t move, or backs up. When I get him to move he just starts spinning around me, trying to keep me on his left. What do I do?
Like I said it’s not fear that I’m on his right, he just has it in his head that he must always be on my right.
How do I fix it? I’m normally pretty patient, but he frustrates me to the point of tears. I just want him working peacefully on the right. When I lunge him right, I want his head to only have a slight inside bend, not have it twisted so far I can see the other side of his head.
His lungeing and yielding is perfect to the left.
Please help, I’m getting so discouraged. I can’t ask the trainer working with my horse as, while she’s great with horses, she’s not so great with people, and she doesn’t explain well and is a bit condescending.
Basically, the title. I was told not to let my knees cross my toe while lunging in badminton. Now I have started going to gym, a few say that it's a myth. Should I just use my knees for squats just like I do for lunges? or can I let my knees go past toes?
Hello! I've been practicing yoga regularly for a year now! I have finally been noticing a lot of improvement in my strength, flexibility, and form. However, since I've been practicing I've struggled to bring either leg from downward dog up and into a low lunge without adjusting. My legs cannot make it all the way and I'm having to adjust an entire foot length. Does anyone have suggestions or advice? Will I eventually be able to bring my legs up into a low lunge and maybe I'm just being impatient?
Like every teenager I am a lazy ass and need some help. I am all for body positivity and absolutely condemn fat shaming but for past some days I have started feeling a little bloated and ill so I am trying to see if this works.
EDIT 1: 3min pushups and 3min lunges done yayyy
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Edited to add: The commercial is for Volvo not Lexus. My bad!
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