Yoga and run training complement each other like yin and yang.
A bit of “Om” time could make you faster and more injury-resistant.
The pigeon pose will increase the range-of-motion and flexibility in your hips, allowing for a more fluid stride.
This simple, relaxing pose has a direct, positive effect on your running.
Lessen your likelihood of injury with these simple stretches.
Increase flexibility, develop agility and strength, and sharpen mental focus.
Improve your ability to relax and work with this yoga pose.
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America's leading yoga expert for athletes, Sage Rountree, offers a new book for runners.