Priscillia Posted January 11, 2016 Report Share Posted January 11, 2016 It really is. It's just hard to stick with. I love eating paleo, but I love baking and corn meal mush and oatmeal, and yummy bread and cheese, so it's hard to stay 100% off. My hope this time around is that after I'm clear of all the things that trigger GERD, I can slowly re-introduce things to see if they trigger me. So I know for sure what it is that gets my stomach all riled up. As for splits vs. wall, I haven't tried that. I'm not even sure I understand--would one go into splits sitting on the floor with their feet against the wall, and then lean into the wall? That might work though I don't actually get much past vertical spine in that position. I'd want to install a handle on the wall to pull forward against! If I'm not getting the right idea with that, maybe there's an explanatory video out there you could share with all of us? Well, that's one way of doing staddle/middle/front (w/e you call 'em) splits but I like the lazy version where you let gravity do its job. Not that it's actually lazy, you're working muscles in there for sure. Side splits look like this. I agree with you, I want a handle for those! There's also a version similar to the straddle one that you use with straps, some people call it supine leg cross I think. I just call it upside down split with band thing (so eloquent I know ) but it does help, especially if you rotate the foot or move it towards one side or the other slightly since it hits different areas that way. 2 Quote Challenges | Current | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | MFP OOOOOOO SPARLY!!! - Jenyne Butterfly (Shit Pole Dancers Say) I need more Mighty Grip. Do you have more Mighty Grip? - Steven Retchless (Shit Pole Dancers Say) Link to comment
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