Well, I fell off of this thing about a week ago. Pressures and time constraints from other things got in the way and I let this go. I don't feel guilty about it, and I am not going to try to work harder to "catch up". LOL Catch up to what exactly, to me? I have to write a 500 word article on Yoga for Edubook.com, so I googled yoga, and ... left the research and did some yoga. I did some crunches with arms crossed over my chest. I did some crunches combined with touching elbows NEAR alternate knees as I brought them up toward my chest. (Near because there's no way I'm flexible enough to do more than that. ) Sat up on my exercise mat and did some yoga-type stretches (bunny slope version so not real yoga -- less stretch for less time than the real thing). Stretched my spine and hamstrings mostly. And worked my neck and shoulders a bit. They have been punished for 3 -4 months as I've been typing aLOT. Did this pilates-type thing called the Boat? I believe, sitting on the mat, leaning backward, with legs raised so you're headed for a V shape but modified for your own comfort. Arms outstretched. Face aimed at the ceiling, not down, so your neck muscles get worked too. I just do this pose once and hold the pose till I start to tremble all over Works all muscles in the front of your torso and legs. Did 3.5 lb. weights again. 2 lifts to the front, hands up, 2 to the front, hands down. 2 to the side, up to shoulders. 2 in back, bent over, using lower back as a base for your hands holding weights, elbows up. Raise weights slowly upward, thus straightening elbows. Easier to show than to describe. This last one works triceps, which tend to go batlike for middle age women. Also did 6 sissy squats using dumbbells, lowering them to the ground with each squat, then slowly bringing them up arms to the sides as you stand back up. Last thing was to lay face down on my bed, with a 3.5 lb weight between my ankles. Bent legs at the knees, raised lower legs still holding dumbbell. Hold for maybe a 5 count, then lower feet and dumbbell all the way down. Did this 8 times. Rested for a minute on my face. That was it for the night.