Regardless if you are a newbie or a seasoned yogi, it’s always helpful to have a complete yoga flow on hand. Although there aren’t “rules” when it comes to yoga, it is helpful to select a sequence that targets different areas of your body, rather than singling out one. Below, I will share with you a well-rounded sequence that will strengthen, tone, and invigorate not only your body, but also your mind.
This year we are going to be lean, green workout machines! With fitness resolutions in full gear, we need to start thinking about post-workout fuel to keep our bodies running smoothly. After weight lifting and high-impact workouts, our muscles need protein and sustenance to rebuild. Take a look at our tasty and healthy on-the-go treats that will help you transition from the studio to the streets.
Running is a form of exercise that many people use to keep fit, to relax and reduce stress, to increase energy, to get the creative juices flowing, to compete, to be proud of an accomplishment and to just have plain fun! However, there is a lot more to running that goes beyond putting one foot in front of the other at a consistent pace.
There are many different styles of yoga, so if a regular hatha yoga class doesn’t seem to strike your fancy, I challenge you to give Ashtanga, Power, Bikram or Hot Yoga a try. These practices are all very physical and will help you to improve strength, flexibility and muscle tone, in addition to relieving stress, tension and anxiety. Here are 8 yoga poses specifically geared towards you guys!