You've probably heard that yoga can improve athletic performance. "The Athlete's Pocket Guide to Yoga" is a great book for busy athletes who want to add yoga practice to their training.
Athletes like to push hard and test their limits. Sometimes the best path to peak performance is actually by relaxing. Yoga can be an excellent tool for releasing and finding that performance.
Are you feeling sore, achy, or tight after a run? Overtime, running without proper mobility and stretching can lead to imbalances in the body resulting in sprains, pains, and injuries.
Taking the time to designate a special space for meditation, will allow you to easily transition into making meditation a daily practice.
Research in the field of human performance is once again finding the multitude of benefits of incorporating yoga into an overall health and fitness program.
Shoulder injuries including rotator cuff problems frequently plague athletes in sports that require repetitive and overhead motions.
New research in the Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, examined the effect of the yogic breathing technique, Bhastrika Pranayama on lung function capacity in athletes.
Lifters with physical limitations and mobility issues will often find discomfort, pain, and soreness in the wrist area during and after a lifting session.
Incorporating yoga in to your current athletic programming is an excellent performance and mobility enhancer. The practice of yoga has evolved over thousands of years.
Diaphragmatic breathing is commonly use breath technique to reduce stress and relax the mind in yoga and meditation practices.
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