Strength Training For Yogis

Being upside down calms the nervous system, stimulates circulation throughout our body, and makes us head-to-toe stronger. It's worth it.
Getting stronger doesn't have to be complicated. Use farmer's carries to increase your strength and improve your yoga practice.
Practicing jumping outside of yoga will make the small jumps in your yoga practice lighter and easier.
Training the clean and deadlift will help you move with more ease in your yoga, and in life.
Building stability in the shoulder girdle has a huge carryover to strengthening our yoga poses.
Support your yoga practice by incorporating ring and bar dips into your training for complete upper body strength.
The core of yoga practice is the ability to support one's bodyweight. These types of isometric holds go beyond just building strength.
Like any form of physical activity, yoga has a few blind spots when it comes to functional movements - including pulling.
It's easy to lose good form if you don't have the upper body strength for repeated chaturanga.
Squats are the first step to finding balance between yoga and strength training.