Kevin, I just came across tour site; I am really into fitness and lift a lot at the gym. I just had my daughter and started back workout about February. I started with insanity and went back to hitting the weights. I am 5 ‘9 and currently 164 which sounds like alot but I swear I look thin but I am more pear and athletic built. I am not getting the tone as quickly as I would like, am fit looking and have definition, but my body does tend to bulk. What you are saying is I should do less 5 rep of 4 sets for my weight workouts? I do have my own spin bike and do this a lot for cardio, I can squat 230lb right now that is with 5 sets and I end with 230. I guess I train like a man but have been taught this way. I do not want to lift Winnie weights I feel like it dosent do anything
I have tried QiGong in the past from videos only. Even if the routines are short, I still tend to do them for a while and then forget about them. I thought I would try to incorporate yoga (have read your article on how Qigong will be more popular than yoga) and I find that it’s not easy for me to find the right time to do it… especially with digestive issues. I have a bad digestion, and I tried some yoga poses that are suppose to help with these but they actually got worst right after! And I always struggle to find the right time to do exercise because of bad digestion.
But I think Qigong would be perfect as I don’t feel there is “wrong” times to do it, even with a bad digestion I think it would be quite comfortable to do and help more than yoga.