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Midnight Ink. Texas Monthly. Ashtavakrasana 8-angled Bakasana crane or Kakasana crow Bhujapidasana arm pressure Dvi Pada Sirsasana both feet behind head Eka Hasta Bhujasana elephant's trunk Koundinyasana the sage Kaundinya Garbha Pindasana embryo in womb Kukkutasana cockerel Lolasana pendant Mayurasana peacock Tittibhasana firefly Tulasana raised lotus Vasishtasana side plank.
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Anantasana Vishnu's couch Ashtanga Namaskara eight-limbed Bhairavasana formidable Bhekasana frog Chaturanga Dandasana low plank Dhanurasana bow Jathara Parivartanasana belly twist Makarasana crocodile Matsyasana fish Pavanamuktasana wind-relieving Shalabhasana locust Shavasana corpse Supta Padangushthasana reclining hand to toe Supta Virasana reclining hero Yoganidrasana yogic sleep.
Akarna Dhanurasana shooting bow Baddha Konasana cobbler Balasana child Bharadvajasana the sage Bharadvaja Dandasana staff Gomukhasana cow face Gorakshasana cowherd Hanumanasana monkey Janushirshasana head to knee Krounchasana heron Kurmasana tortoise Marichyasana the sage Marichi Mandukasana frog Matsyendrasana Lord of the fishes Muktasana liberated Mulabandhasana root lock Navasana boat Padmasana lotus Paschimottanasana seated forward bend Pashasana noose Samakonasana split Siddhasana accomplished Simhasana lion Sukhasana easy Svastikasana auspicious Upavistha Konasana wide-angle seated forward bend Vajrasana thunderbolt Virasana hero.
Ardha Chandrasana half moon Durvasasana the sage Durvasa Garudasana eagle Malasana garland Natarajasana lord of the dance Parighasana gate Parsvottanasana intense side stretch Prasarita Padottanasana wide stance forward bend Tadasana mountain Trikonasana triangle Utkatasana powerful Uttanasana standing forward bend Utthita Padangusthasana standing big toe hold Utthita Parsvakonasana sideways Virabhadrasana warrior Vrksasana tree. Iyengar Yoga Anusara Yoga. Yoga helped me set a world age-group record in the indoor mile and an outdoor American record in the m at age Yoga should have been—and will be from here on out—added to the mix of ingredients for success for any serious endurance athlete.
Incorporate the practice of yoga into your weekly training regimen, and it will make a difference in your life as an endurance athlete.
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On the physical side, training for sport makes the body tight. In sports like running and cycling which involve specificity of movement, which means using the same muscles over and over, some muscles get extremely tight while others do virtually nothing.
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Other sports, like tennis or golf, are one-sided and cause lateral imbalance which can lead to injury. Still other sports, like climbing or volleyball have a greater variety of movements involved, but the training effect still causes tightening of the muscles which leads to imbalance and, eventually, injury!
Whose Yoga Is it, Anyway?
Learning yoga is about learning, ultimately, to pay attention. It is about learning to mentally focus, and that is important in any sport. Sage shares the benefits that yoga has brought to her life as an athlete and offers easy to follow yoga postures and breathing techniques to help athletes of all sports get started with a safe and effective yoga routine and to help them avoid or rehabilitate an injury. Cross training with different styles of yoga can be very beneficial and learning from different teachers can help athletes really integrate both the mental and physical benefits of yoga into their lives and sports.