Yoga for cyclists and runners improves their performance through better movement and mobility as well as better breathing practice.
Is it tough to stand upright when you get off the bike after a ride?
Does your lower back, shoulders, and/or neck hurt after a run?
Do you feel locked up when you get out of bed in the morning?
Something I look forward to all week!
Yoga for Cyclists and Runners Gets You Stronger, More Mobile
As cyclists and runners, we are always on the move.
But in order to get stronger and faster, we need to slow down.
Regular yoga for cyclists and runners can strengthen your entire body, release tight muscles and joints, and calm your nervous system.
Yoga for Cyclists and Runners of All Abilities and Experience
Our Yoga Focuses On Movement, Strength, And Breath
Yoga for cyclists and runners offers options to help improve their strength, mobility, and breath control.
I felt welcomed and gained confidence and ability in Paul’s class. No judgments here, this is a friendly, all ability, fun way to feel better, stronger, and flexible.
Online Yoga for Everyday Athletes Courses
Are you looking to build joint and muscular strength to improve your performance and comfort as an everyday athlete?
Over the course of six weeks, I can help you get stronger, develop better movement patterns, improve your breathing capacity, and help you prevent injuries while you train for your next adventure!
We have some fun along the way, and you get to meet my little beastie, Joy the Downward Dog!
Yoga CAN BE for Everyone.
Get stronger, improve your breathing capacity, and laugh.
You’ll get one video class a week that lasts less than 30 minutes so you can build joint and core strength to help move better, improve performance, and be more durable and resilient.
I’ll send you the first video free to try out.
If you like the style, it’s an inexpensive investment in your health.
If you don’t connect with the style, that’s okay!
Here’s the link to the course.
Weekly Yoga For Everyday Athletes Classes
If you’re looking to build core strength, mobility, and durability in a short yoga class that doesn’t require turning yourself into a pretzel, join us for Yoga for Cyclists and Runners.
These yoga classes will help you get stronger, more mobile, and breathe better with an instructor who doesn’t take himself very seriously!
Practicing this kind of yoga will help you prevent injuries, improve your breathing capacity, and improve your running and cycling performance.
Plus we laugh and sometimes get to meet my cute little beastie, Joy the Downward Dog!
Yoga is truly for everyone, especially the way I teach it.
I set up in my garage studio, I tell bad jokes, Joy visits us, and we practice our breathing.
There is no pressure to get into poses you’re not ready for.
Here’s the schedule:
Monday: Yoga for Recovery Free
Tuesday 6 am online for Yoga for Cyclists and Runners $9
Thursday 6 pm online for Yoga for Cyclists and Runners $9
I felt tired after the class but good, like I am on the right track to better health. I really enjoy the class. Good pace and yes, amusing.
Yoga Practice Can Help Improve Breath Control, Strength, And Core Stability
For me, yoga for cyclists and runners has three main benefits:
- calming the central nervous system and learn more breath control through practice with breathing
- strengthening muscles, particularly in the core, with isometric holds in poses like Warrior 2
- increasing joint and muscle mobility to allow for greater capacity for movement, regardless of age.
Here’s what one cyclist said about the Yoga for Cyclists and Runners course:
With a focus on hips, glutes, and reducing hunched posture, this course is a great way for cyclists to make sure they are getting the most out of their on and off-bike days. Paul is a knowledgeable guide as he highlights poses and flows that are beneficial for cyclists but also places an appropriate emphasis on the breath – something we all need more of.
Everyone Can Do Yoga for Cyclists and Runners
Yoga for cyclists and runners is not about how pretty you look in the pose.
Your yoga is how you are best able to get into a pose space on that day.
The triangle pose you do today will not be the same as a triangle pose in three weeks.
During class, I’ll describe what the goal of the pose is, and I’ll provide modifications and the use of blocks.
And then, we’ll do our best to get close to the pose.
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