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8 January 2020

As a programmer I build and automate solutions every day. I start with a problem, find a solution, and then write software to automate solving that problem in future so I no longer have to worry about it. Fabulous, right? Well, it makes dealing with the fact that I am just a sack of meat that much harder. If I want the meat sack that is my body to function properly it takes regular exercise; solving the same problem, often in the same way, over and over again day after day. This is the very antithesis of the way things work in computing!

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When I discovered yoga I was already running regular 5Ks, but missed having the flexibility and control over my body that I once had when I was doing gymnastics as a kid. It was actually the WiiFit which got me started, and then the breweries of Nashville which helped get me serious. Now I consider it an integral part of my training routine alongside running. And not only has it improved my physical balance, but it's also improved my mental balance as well.

So this week I endeavored to give myself an annual baseline on Instagram on a number of poses and track more of my practice here. I don't do yoga every day, but every day I do is better.

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