The Gym Goer's Guide to Yoga


Stretch, Soothe and Strengthen

Adding yoga to your workout mix will help you blast even more calories, while at the same time increasing your strength, range of motion, endurance, posture and flexibility.

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What is the difference between yoga and stretching?


The benefits of yoga for athletes

In old-school stretching you are trying to force your body to do something it’s not ready to do. In yoga there is a lot more body awareness and attention to alignment—you NEVER want to force yourself into a pose.

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The 10 Best Poses for Men

Try these poses from Baron Baptiste, yoga pro and assistant coach for the Philadelphia Eagles

We know you love yoga—for your girlfriend. Well, we’ve got news for you. Yoga isn’t a ladies-only thing. In fact, taking one yoga class per week or doing a couple of pre-workout poses can increase endurance, build strength, prevent injuries, and may even stave off heart disease.

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The 5 Best Poses for Athletes


A little Yoga goes a long way.
RX: 10 minutes of easy flexibility training to help improve any sport

After a little “old school” poll asking my about their physical weak spots, they ALL reported athletes struggle with three areas:  hips, hamstrings and lower back. The biggest issue, though, was, “I don’t have time!” Here’s my answer to that: Even a little yoga will go a long way to help see improvement in any sport.

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Yoga Props for Athletes


Run harder, yoga easier.

Using props (straps, blocks and blankets) to stretch may seem like wimping out, but it’s actually one of the smartest ways to get more out of your post-run cooldown.

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