Episode 96 features Sean Vigue, Founder of Sean Vigue Fitness and one of the most watched Online Yoga and Pilates Instructors in the world with over 900 videos varying in length and speciality around Yoga, Pilates, etc. I found one of Sean’s video on YouTube (link here) and watched it every day for my stretching challenge of 1-hour of stretching a day for the month of February. It was engaging, informative, and damn good and might be a good place to start if you are looking to shake out some of the cobwebs and loosen up the body a bit.
Sean Vigue is a fitness instructor, personality and entrepreneur who has taught thousands of classes in Central Florida, the mountains of Colorado and around the world in addition to appearing in over 2000 health and fitness videos and DVDs. If you are a blogger, podcast owner or active member of the media and need a source (or want an interview) for your yoga, Pilates, or general health and fitness story please email email@example.com. Sean has been featured on such outlets as Fox News, The Huffington Post, The Washington Post, Lifestyle for Men magazine, The Success 101 Podcast, Orlando Sentinel, Pilates Style Magazine, Martial Arts Chat, HASfit and FitBottomedGirls.com. Watch for him in the motion picture ‘Elles’ as Juliette Binoche’s Pilates instructor. Sean is a StyleHaul partner and the “Most Watched Online Yoga and Pilates Guy”.
This new One Mic Session is a recap of Month 2 of my Dozen Months of Discovery in 2020 where I chose to complete 1-Hour of Stretching every single day in the month of February.
Almost every day, I used a video online from Sean Vigue Fitness (link to video) which is about 40 minutes long and then I added 20 minutes of my own stretching exercises and mobility work to round out the hour.
Here are a couple takeaways I talk about in the episode:
Finding Your Balance
Ain’t Over Til It’s Over
Finish What You Started
Breathe & Have Fun
My challenge to everyone…For 7 straight days perform 30-minutes of stretching by using the video above, searching for your own through YouTube or an App you download, or just sit in some poses you know. It doesn’t matter. It’s that you are commiting to something and exposing your body to things that it needs which is activity and mobility so it can open up a bit more. Do you accept this challenge?
Report back to me or share your results with a friend and let’s pass on the good vibes!