yoga as an exercise routine at home

As you start to transform your spare room into your own personal gym, you balk at the potential costs of stocking up on

weights and other bodybuilding equipment. It is reasonable for you to question the investment into this as opposed to just

going back to the regular gym.
But, one thing to realize is that you may actually not need any equipment to work out with at home.
Now, I may be speaking to only the ladies as I know there are a lot of you men out there that are determined to build muscle

and add bulk and mass to your physique.
It may be my take on Western culture, or it may very well be what Western culture’s stance on fitness, but I do feel as

though our society puts a high priority on shredding muscle-fibers, grunting in pain from deadlifts and heavy squats as the

preferred exercise routine. Pretty much everything coming from the outside in order to look good.
I don’t know about you, but this just seems really disconnected to me. There’s so much going on inside our bodies that it

would benefit for us to focus on that starting point.
There seems to be somewhat of a disconnect when we only lift weights to concentrate on the exterior, while there are all of

our organs breathing with life on the interior. Somehow, there should be a type of fitness that unites both together as one

whole body (as we all have one body in this lifetime).