of your performance, but in extreme cases your health. Here are some cross-training session suggestions to get you used to the heat so you're fully prepared for the big day:Spin classesInterval sessions on a bike have good carry over to running
Sometimes life makes you just want to curl up in a ball. Lucky for you then that Sasangasana, or Rabbit Pose, allows you to do this without looking like an antisocial nutter.Sasangasana: Step by Step1. Kneeling down with your feet together flat on the floor, lightly hold onto you...
This recovery drink declares itself as the ultimate post exercise shake. It offers 2 ½ parts carbohydrate to 1 part whey protein isolate. Designed to immediately replenish your glycogen stores, it offers 40.6 grams of carbohydrate per serving. Then a decent 19.5 grams of protein ...
If you've ever been to a gym class and done the cool down stretching afterwards you may already be familiar with the Bhujingasana, which is Sanskrit for Cobra pose. As with all the Bikram poses it has multiple benefits, including relieving back pain, combating slipped or herniate...
If there's one pose that every single beginner fancies their chances at mastering with little effort it's Savasana.Sanskrit for 'Death Pose', it essentially involves, um, playing dead essentially. It's the halfway point of the 26 poses and signals the change over from the standin...
Dhanurasana in English means 'floor bow', a name which lends itself to the cliche of yoga being about tying yourself in to knots in the name of exercise. Though of course by now you know that's not true!Dhanurasana marks the end of the spine-stretching and strengthening section o...
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