I try to do it at least twice a week. I can say that it has really helped me not only with my flexibility but also my with my breathing. I feel that yoga has had a positive impact on my training. After a few weeks, I felt myself being able to breathe more effectively. If you combine yoga with a little mediation, the results will be infinite.
Yes, I try to do a little stretching before I work out. I like to do some leg stretches to get my body flexible and relax. Stretching relaxes the mind.
Oh yes, I do bits and pieces here and there. I used to do it more frequently, but I just kind of got out of that habit and sort of lost interest, and now just a couple of times is enough for me. The one thing that I can say is that it is certainly a lot more difficult than a lot of people may realize, and it does take a lot more dedication than anticipated. At least that was the deal in my case, so just a little fore warning.
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I do yoga as i like the feeling of calm and flexibility it gives me. I only do the simple poses and those that stretch my lower back and legs. I find yoga very helpful.
Not regularly, but from time to time. I once did a 30 day Yoga challenge when I had hurt my knees and could not do any other work out. I really enjoy it, because you still work your muscles, stretch them and also calm your mind at the same time. I just recently did morning yoga by the sea and then went for a swim, that was perfect.
I haven't tried it yet but I have heard that it can really help you focus. I do meditate and that really helps out but I am thinking of doing yoga. I think the combo of the two can really do wonders for the body and the mind.