Good Morning! I started off my morning with Ho ala ke kino with Tony Horton. I love this workout. It is a great way to start the day. You start off with some gentle stretching, move into a warm-up with some ab moves, squats and punches, squats and kicks and lunges and then into power yoga and end with some more stretching. I always feel so much better after I do this workout. Tony really takes the time to explain the moves and correct postures. It's easy to follow along. The power yoga moves fast, but it gets your heart rate up and the sweat going.
Ho Ala ke Kino
Revitalize your body and mind in this 30-minute yoga and stretching routine set on the tranquil beaches of Hawaii. With trainer Tony Horton.
Relax and rejuvinate Experience the rejuvenating effects of a stretching and yoga program unlike any other! Ho' Ala ke Kino is the Hawaiian secret to energy, grace, and vitality.
Awaken your body and mind Ho' Ala ke Kino means "awaken the body," and that's exactly what you'll experience through this remarkable program, performed in a beautiful island setting.
Improve health, flexibility, and coordination.
Open your body and mind to the day ahead
Energize your morning
Unwind after a long day
Ho' Ala ke Kino makes getting in shape easy! Whether you're a yoga expert or just getting started, this program will relax your mind and invigorate your body. At last, a simple fitness program that will make you feel sensational!
Always consult your physician before beginning any exercise program. This general information is not intended to diagnose any medical condition or to replace your healthcare professional. If you experience any pain or difficulty with these exercises, stop and consult your healthcare provider.
I'm starting Kathy Smith's Project You tonight. I have the older version, the new one is Project You Type 2. This is an amazing program for people with diabetes. I'll post all about it tonight after I get started on it. If you know anyone with diabetes or if it runs in your family, this is a great program for you.