IMPROVE YOUR FLEXIBILITY WITH YOGA 

Yoga is a gentle form of movement, but very effective for both women and men. The quiet alternation of effort and relaxation works wonders on stiff calves, stiff hamstrings, tired knees and lower back pain. Farewell to short and tense muscles, welcome to flexibility! You will automatically find your balance and anchor. You will be able to center yourself firmly in your body and improve your poses. It is also very useful to avoid injuries.

IMPROVE YOUR FLEXIBILITY WITH YOGA

HOW DIFFICULT CAN YOGA BE?

Do not be mistaken. This enjoyable and uncompressed physical activity may seem easy compared to running, but yoga is an intense workout that will help you develop strength. Both muscular and mental.
The yoga positions invite you to sometimes give up literally. Breathing calmly and deeply is part of it. So it's a good aerobic workout. And you eliminate stress, nervousness and worry to make room for trust and concentration.A beautiful conscious flow to run fully in the present and enjoy it fully.

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BEGIN WITH YOUR FEET

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RELAX YOUR HIPS

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DON'T FORGET ABOUT YOUR LEGS

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NOW IT'S YOUR TURN

Hold each position for about 30 seconds or for five deep abdominal breaths. If you have enough time, repeat each full exercise three times before moving on to the next one. Hold each position for about 30 seconds or for five deep abdominal breaths. If you have enough time, repeat each full exercise three times before moving on to the next one. So much for the theory. It is up to you now to feel the benefits. You can do the following exercise routines as a warm up, to stretch after a race or just between race days. Listen to what your body is asking. And rest assured, there is no overdose of yoga. Hold each position for about 30 seconds or for five deep abdominal breaths. If you have enough time, repeat each full exercise three times before moving on to the next one.