Unconventional Training and yoga promote longevity as a key component to the practice. Both use the body’s natural design as the foundation for movement cues. The symbiotic benefit from the practice of both has been noticeable during my adaptation of Unconventional Training techniques. I have more strength in my yoga practice and more flexibility in my strength and conditioning training.
Strength training can be of enormous benefit to anyone pursuing a fitness regime, but unfortunately most meatheads in the gym are not working on any sort of pre or post-workout mobility/flexibility session. Don’t get me wrong, I love going to the gym and getting my pump on, but I also practice mobility training in the form of Yoga. Yoga tones and strengthens your body uniformly, unlike strength training regimens that can lead to over development of particular muscle groups.
If doing yoga is your New Year’s resolution, but you don’t know where to start! Fear not, we got you covered. Here are 10 yoga tips for every beginner in 2015, to help you get started towards your New Years Goals!
Practicing yoga is extremely fulfilling, as well as inspiring, and the knowledge gained through the power of yoga is transformative. But, there is a lot of “yoga” happening that has very little to do with what yoga really is. Several myths about this ancient practice have long been misinterpreted and it’s time to debunk these top 8 yoga myths!