Learn why yoga is the (second) most effective means of recovery for triathletes and runners and how it can improve your performance. Yeah, we said it – it can improve performance. Continue reading
You periodize your triathlon training for swim, bike, and run. Here’s where yoga fits in each season for us triathletes. Continue reading
Stretching is good for you. There. I said it. Now read the science that tells us when to stretch. Continue reading
Coach Bees will be returning to Minneapolis to teach a Yoga for Triathletes Workshop in Minneapolis on June 9 at 3:45 p.m. at Spark Wellness. Details and registration can be found here http://sparkwellness.net/yoga-events/
This class is suitable for all swimmers, bikers, and runners and will be part discussion and part practice. Coach Bees will discuss why yoga for runners and bikers is important and how you can build a simple practice to do in your own home as part of your triathlon recovery routine. Continue reading
Sore from finally being able to ride and run outside? Here’s a nice easy yoga hip opener class.
There are many analogies used to describe performance of the human body, although none more popular than that that of the race car. In nutrition dialogs we relate calories to the fuel of the race car. When it comes to preseason strength and yoga, what we’re really doing for the human body is tearing it a part and rebuilding it with a more powerful engine and a safer frame. Continue reading