Yoga will help you with your sport enhancing athletic performance, preventing injuries and increasing flexibility. Find ways to cross-train and become stronger in your sport.
From embracing the wobble to honing the art of a solid drishti, here’s how time on the slopes affected one yogi’s practice on her mat.
Five female yogi-athletes share details about their practices and favorite yoga styles.
The six poses, adapted from the Yoga for Climbers online course developed by pro climber and yogi Heidi Wirtz and Climbing magazine, will help you stay strong and flexible so you can climb harder and stay injury free.
Get strong and flexible so you can climb harder and stay injury-free with his sequence is adapted from the Yoga for Climbers online course
The latest hybrid in the yoga-plus-sports trend, equestrian yoga, is designed to connect human and horse in the great outdoors.
The Olympic hopeful for U.S. Women’s Rugby shares how yoga helps her recover from the "elegant violence" of rugby and keeps her in the game at 40-plus.
The 24-year-old Olympic gold medal-winning snowboarder reveals how yoga helps her balance on and off the slopes.
Gwen Lawrence, the yoga coach for the New York Giants who has also worked on and off for the New York Rangers, the New York Knicks, and New York Yankee players including Alex Rodriguez, as well as many other athletes and celebrities, explains how she amps up her yoga game with weights, tackles tight spots, and challenges even the mightiest NFL players with Frog Pose.
Christen Press, the 26-year-old professional soccer forward who helped the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team win the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup in July, explains how yoga and meditation “quiet the distractions” in her life and make her a more dynamic athlete. Plus: Her twice-daily Vedic meditation ritual.
Steal these three three core-building balance moves from The YogaSlackers to cultivate slackline-ready strength.