Strength is needed for second series, too. Perhaps I was already hungry, I started rather late with my practice, but after a while I got weak. I allowed me to take breaks. This didn't alter the fact that I felt exhausted after a while. Finishing was short: salamba sarvangasana, halasana, matsyasana, lotus pose.
Kapotasana: At first I tried to get back while I was on my knees. The wardrobe was close so that I could reach it with my hands. Then I tried to lift me up while lying on the back already. Both variations are very challenging.
Supta vajrasana: I put my meditation cushion behind my feet. This took away a lot of fear of falling on my head. I didn't touch the floor with my head, when I went down, but I guess I was a bit further down.
Urdhva mukkha svanasana: I tried to keep the feet parallel, using the leg muscles and bandhas.
Pincha mayurasana: Mr Freeman has his hands rather separated. Mine were always touching. I tried Freeman's version today and I think it can be helpful.
Vatayanasana: I tried it the first time and it was not that bad.
Gomukhasana: This was performed, too. Mr Freeman sits on his leg, I used to sit on the floor, lower legs beside my body. This time I sat on my leg, too. It's doable, it's even easier.
Breath was deep. That was it. Each practice is different.