On Sunday, I woke up earlier than almost everyone else again while we were down in Pismo. Had a second yoga session in the morning with a couple of friends, and we went into some more advanced poses than the ones we covered on the first day, such as the Half-Moon Pose seen above. I have definitely identified more weak points I need to work on, including ankle stability and just being able to maintain isometric holds for longer. This session seemed a lot faster, but that was probably because there was fewer pauses for instruction and more flow than the first day.
After yoga, everyone else woke up and we went ATVing, a Pismo tradition for our group. This was my first time with my M1 license, so I finally got a 400cc ATV. The difference was astounding! It was much faster and had much better acceleration, but the best part was that I never got stuck in the sand like I had previously with a 250cc. The 400’s power and ability to reverse meant I could do a lot more.
Here is a picture of me combining the day’s two activities:
I am the one attempting a Warrior Three Pose on top of the ATV, except I have my arms to the sides instead of in front. I was trying to spread my imaginary bat-cape rather than “Superman.”