Athletic Yoga works on breath, range of motion, and stamina to name a few. Listen to what else Athletic Yoga can offer you.
The last thing anyone wants before they start their yoga class is to roll out their yoga mat to find dirt all over it from the last session. Megan has a simple tip on how to keep your mat clean once.
A good way to test your craft is to get outside your comfort zone. Yoga Instructor Megan talks about how to test your Yoga abilities by getting out of your comfort zone and trying Yoga in a different atmosphere.
The squat is one of four primal movments that everyone person does on a regular bases. At OLAF we want to fine tune and strength the squat to be able to do all of lifes day to day activties. Lifting weights, sandbags, kettle bells,and anything we can think of to help develope the squat is a great way to keep your squat well balanced. Coach Kyle talks about why the squat is so important for everyday life.
If you are trying to improve on a certain time domain during conditioning you will always want to operate at a high intensity every time you train it. If you are interval training you will always want your power output to be as high or higher than the very first round you did. Coach Kyle explains why this is important.