Yoga for When You’re Sick (Best Stretches and Easy Yoga Session)

Dean PohlmanBlogs, From Dean

Yoga For When You're Sick
Being sick sucks, but it doesn’t mean you have to avoid exercise altogether. Try out these stretches to help preserve mobility, recover more quickly, and sleep better. Even if you aren’t sick, these postures are great for winding down from the day, as well! Remember, if you’re feeling light-headed or nauseous, stop what you’re doing! … Read More

How Yoga Made Me a Better Runner

Dean PohlmanBlogs, From Dean

Long before I started doing yoga, I was an athlete. I ran – a lot. But I didn’t really have a good pre-running routine, and I noticed it. It felt awkward, just starting to run without any sort of mindful warm-up. Stretching didn’t help, because even before I became a fitness professional I knew that … Read More

Dean’s Eating Habits & Workouts For 1 Month

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Dean’s Eating Habits & Workouts For 1 Month
If you want to feel good, move well, and look good, you need to eat well. Quite simply, you ARE what you eat. I’m sharing my food log over the past month, so you can see exactly what I’m eating on a daily basis. (A small disclaimer here, everybody is different, has different needs, and … Read More

3 Reasons Yoga Makes You A Better Runner

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3 Reasons Yoga Makes You A Better Runner
Today, I want to talk about the 3 reasons why yoga makes you a better runner. As runners, we tend to enjoy moving, and often look at yoga as something boring or unimportant. Although you may not get your heart racing as much, yoga is a challenging workout that will help you to to improve … Read More

The Top 5 Yoga Poses For Before Your Run

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The Top 5 Yoga Poses For Before Your Run
We all know that stretching after a run can help to reduce soreness the next day, but did you know that doing specific yoga postures BEFORE you run can also help to improve your run? The reason why this is effective because what you’re doing with the yoga postures below isn’t stretching – it’s muscle activation. By … Read More