Though inherently different workouts, there is no need to define yourself as either a runner or a yogi. Together they make a super-charged workout. Integrate these yoga postures into your next post-run regimen and you're sure to bring some much needed balance back into your life.
Our Thanksgiving celebrations have a tendency to send us in search of a pair pants with an elastic waistband and a little extra give. The whole indulging part is just fine and dandy, but it’s the repercussions of our possibly gluttonous behavior that really take a toll on our bodies. It is our hope that this series of yoga postures helps you to detoxify, digest, and get you back to feeling like the real you.
I’m a triathlete, half-marathoner, intramural sport loving amateur athlete. It’s the physical challenge of pushing myself to my limit that keeps me wanting more. It was two years ago, when I started incorporating a mental challenge into my fitness regime. Yoga. I remember my first yoga class like it was just yesterday. “I’m an athlete, yoga is just stretching, it’s going to be easy.”
Lets face it, Thanksgiving tends to be that one day a year where “diet rules” don’t apply. We over eat, we eat foods high fat, our sodium intake is for the day is probably through the roof, and our overall calorie consumption is often times reached in one single Thanksgiving Meal. Turkey Day isn’t Turkey Day without all the fixins’. To help cure the inevitable “24 Hour Post Thanksgiving Food Coma,” follow these simple detoxifying tricks to help cleanse your body back to its equilibrium.
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