Here’s a question I’m asked ALL of the time – Am I too old to do yoga? Or more specifically, am I too old to do Man Flow Yoga? I’ll give you three reasons why you’re not too old for yoga (and specifically, why you’re not too old for Man Flow Yoga). I have to … Read More
I’m writing this blog to discuss how frequently you need to be doing yoga in order to get noticeable results, but I also cover related information to help you understand more specifically how to make yoga work for you and your goals.
With a fitness-centric yoga program, you can expect noticeable results -mostly in your overall physical feeling, energy & stress levels, and its impact on your other fitness activities – within your first month.
Do you have certain daily habits that you practice to keep you happy, clear-headed, and functional?
I definitely do. And without them, I wouldn’t be able to get done HALF of what I typically manage on a daily basis.
Let me share 8 of my personal anti-self-destruction strategies – things I do on a daily basis to ensure I’m happy, healthy, and productive.
Are you looking for stretches for spinal decompression to help alleviate back pain? Maybe you spend most of your day sitting at a desk, driving, or otherwise inactive. Or, maybe you did a workout yesterday that has left your back feeling tight and overly sore.
Whatever the case, this blog will give you the most effective exercises for decompressing your spine, relieving back pain, and getting you back to feeling great – or at the very least, better than you were!
Do you pay attention to the latest training trends? If so, you’ll know at this point that yoga is not considered an esoteric practice. Athletes in professional and collegiate sports do yoga to support mobility and recovery training. Endurance athletes use it to prevent injury and correct imbalances. And weight lifters & functional fitness athletes use it to restore flexibility and recover from their resistance training workouts.