Peachie Carlisle

Tue, 06 Sep 2016 22:54:17 +0000

Yoga, it’s everywhere. It’s in our schools. It’s at our gyms. It’s even on NFL football fields. But is it part of your training? Yoga has exploded in popularity over the past several years, and yogis of all ages use their practice to gain physical strength, calm their minds, and work through life’s stresses. AsRead more »


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    learningfit: I studied this for quite awhile before trying out running. If you want something to last you need to do everything possible to make it safe. If you pull a muscle right away, you probably won’t be going back anytime soon :(

    Stand upright with feet under the hips. Core engaged and gaze forward. Raise your right arm toward the ceiling. Then swing your left leg up towards the ceiling as your right hand lowers to tap your left foot. Return to standing position and repeat on the opposite side. Do 10 toy soldiers to each side. This dynamic stretch will take your hip flexors through a forward range of motion.

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    Start in the pushup position. Step forward with the left leg outside of the left hand. Drive the hips forward and hold for 5 seconds. Return to the start position and repeat on the right leg. Alternate for 5 reps on each side. This stretch targets the hip flexors.

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