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Hey guys...Yoga is worth it. If you're a guy, if you train heavy, if your body is tight, sore or dealing with "old" injuries, it's time to give it something it needs...Yoga. This is not a replacement for your weight training, this is supplemental programming that will go a long way to saving your body from wear and tear.
Yoga has been around for centuries. And it's not just for the ladies. It's also not just for stretching and becoming more flexible. Yoga can help make you strong in ways you didn't realize. Yoga will help make you better at BREATHING, yes, that autonomic thing we all do but take for granted.
Try doing these 5 yoga exercises/poses that Coach Zach instructs you through. A bunch of the guys here at CriticalBench have been doing these movements for several weeks now and it's paying off big time. Keep doing your weight training, your heavy days, your powerlifting workouts but add in some Yoga too, your body will thank you for it....Namaste!
Here are the FIVE exercises Yoga Instructor Zach Zenios shows:
1. Half Split
2. Cat Cow
3. Strap Assisted Hamstring & Hip Stretch
4. Pigeon Pose
5. Reclined Bound Angle w/ Strap & Chest Opener
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Hi you seem like a nice guy however the breathing is incorrect at the beginning of the vidio I've been teaching yoga for nearly 50 years. The inhalation is correct but the exhalation starts with the abdomen and moves up to chest then upper chest. If you lay down and practice the breathing you will feel the natural cycle, in fact the abdomen starts to fall by the time you reach the top, this creates a wave flow over the body. Also you should never hear the breath making it audible is only for demonstration purposes. The in breath should be felt at the front of the nose like a sniff and the out breath should be felt at the very back and inside the nose, this induces relaxation and allows you to stretch much further. Of course in Yoga we speak of breathing as Pramayama or the control of prana, the universal energy or life force. Hope that helps
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