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Try these three pre-and post-workout yoga practices from Sage Rountree’s new book to balance strength and fitness daily.
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Try these three pre-and post-workout yoga practices from Sage Rountree’s new book to balance strength and fitness daily.

Try these three pre-and post-workout yoga practices from Sage Rountree’s new book to balance strength and fitness daily.

My latest book, Everyday Yoga: At-Home Routines to Enhance Fitness, Build Strength, and Restore Your Body, coming out in June, presents a series of yoga routines that can be enjoyed as one-off snacks or put together to create a multi-course yoga meal. This modular approach helps athletes and everyone find time to do a little bit of yoga most days. Just like you wouldn’t expect just one 90-minute training session a week to make you fitter or faster, one weekly class isn’t going to advance your yoga practice. Doing a little bit on most days, though, will help you grow in body, mind, and spirit. Try bookending your workout with these routines or stringing all three together for a separate yoga cross-training session.

See also 9 Yoga Poses to Keep Athletes Injury-Free