Restorative yoga emphasizes deep relaxation in an effort to feel rested and recovered.
Use these five simple strategies to make your Boston Marathon race-week experience less nerve-racking.
Your breath is a powerful tool for your running.
In this video, yoga expert Sage Rountree explains the importance of maintaining a relaxed breathing pattern across a variety of paces.
Learn how to properly perform this popular pose that stretches the muscles in the backside of the body.
Strengthening your upper back will improve your posture for more efficient running.
Next time you head to the starting line, open wide and let out a yawn.
This simple, relaxing pose has a direct, positive effect on your running.
Sage Rountree describes the second of three low lunge exercises that will help to open up your hips.