Yoga flow sequences come in many forms. Here I give you one that provides an easy way to flex and extend through the key areas of tightness for many athletes – the upper and lower back, hips and legs. What differentiates yoga from simply stretching is the union of breath, movement and awareness. This synergy … Continue reading Simple Flow Sequence for Spine, Hips and Legs
The day before Lockdown I was lucky to get my hands on a smart trainer and I joined the Zwift community. Until then I’d only ridden on a basic trainer when it was too difficult to get my ride done outside. Like many others in the world at present, I’ve been clocking up several good … Continue reading Got some Covid19 Zwift fatigue in your quads and back? Hero Pose can help with that!
This full body posterior stretch is an excellent fundamental pose for both lengthening and strengthening your body. It builds strong wrists, arms and shoulders, while releasing tension in your back, hips, hamstrings, calves and ankles. Both runners and cyclists can benefit from the all-over stretch. For swimmers, this pose can help build upper body strength … Continue reading Downward Facing Dog Pose – a full body stretch for every athlete
Why do I recommend adding yoga into your training regime? Yoga is an excellent practice for developing: overall flexibility and ease of movement,core stability,structural balance and alignment,improved blood flow and lymphatic drainage,supportive breathing patterns, andobjective self-awareness. Most people think yoga is just about being stretchy and it’s a well-known fact that static stretching improves flexibility. … Continue reading How Yoga Can Give You A Performance Edge