3 Easy Yoga Moves To Improve Your Strength

 

3 Easy Yoga Moves To Improve Your Strength

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Do you feel stiff from all your strength training?

If you said, “yes”, you’re not alone.

Sometimes we get so caught up on one end of the spectrum (strength) that we forget about the other end of the spectrum (mobility). It happens to a lot of folks.

That’s probably why so many fitness/strength experts agree … If you do a lot of yoga, you should strength train, and if you do a lot of strength training, you should do yoga.

With that in mind, I’ve put together 3 simple yoga moves that can help you improve your strength training.

You don’t need to be a contortionist to benefit because these moves come straight out of the strength training realm.

Shall I show you now?

1) Malasana. It’s a body-weight version of the Goblet Squat.

2) Downward Facing Dog. It’s a combination of an overhead press and the “start” position of a deadlift.

3) Upward Facing Dog. Can’t “lock out” at the top of your deadlift? This yoga pose can help.

Plus, you’ll learn how to troubleshoot your new mobility tools to help you get the most gain.

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You’ve got this!

Brian Friedman
Owner/Director
WinterGardenYoga.com

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