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Gear up with essentials for running, cycling, triathlon, swimming, and yoga by Madsweat Health Maven Posted Sat 26 May 2012 12:27pm                                 Shop now for your Mad Gear and save  BIG  Shop Amazon Athlete - Gear for Fitness, Cycling Read on »
Yoga’s Far Reaching Effects on Endurance Athletics: Triathlon by Tom H. Patient Expert Posted Mon 11 Jan 2010 1:04pm By Krystle Potter To some triathlon is just swim, bike, and run for a really long time, and that it is just a sport. To some yoga is a “girly, wimpy, poor excuse for exercise or a way get a good stretch, or for those who can bend themselves into pretzels.” Unfortunately for those who view yoga and triathlon in this light completely miss what ... Read on »
How To Pick The Best Style Of Yoga For What You’re Trying To Accomplish by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 17 Jun 2013 11:00am By Shawn Tremaine Yoga has been around for a long time. Historic Sanskrit texts have it dated back to the 3rd millennium B.C. with the first formal “guide” to the yogic philosophy, the “Yoga Sutras of Patanjali” dating to around the 2nd century A.D. With a history like that, it’s hard to argue the practice’s efficacy and positive effe ... Read on »
Trying Out Yoga's Sitting Postures by Health&Fitness GuideforDummies Posted Fri 24 Apr 2009 7:22am Some contemporary Hatha Yoga manuals feature more than 50 sitting postures, which demonstrate not only the inventiveness of Yoga practitioners, but also the body's amazing versatility. Still, all you may ever need are perhaps half a dozen yogic sitting postures. Chair-sitting posture If you, like most Westerners, are accusto ... Read on »
TriYoga Chelsea : TYMI London 2011 by Peter A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 17 Aug 2011 12:00am    Thank You to Emily Natassia Gopaul of TriYoga Chelsea London for this update on YGB's Facebook page : There are now 50 shalas & studios who are celebrating & donating to the TYMI 2011 Global Event. Thanks as well to YGB founder Kayoko M. for listing me as a Silver Sponsor. Yes, my check is in the mail. I will  " give back ... Read on »
P90X Round 2 Day 85: Yoga X and Final Pictures by Jeff Irvin Patient Expert Posted Tue 14 Apr 2009 12:28am I know I should wait until day 90 but with a few cardio days things aren't going to change much. So, go ahead and click here to see my photos. I did Day 0/Day 90/Day 180. Overall, I am very pleased with the results. My major gains from Day 90 to now were made in my waist. Actually on Day 1 my waist was a 36 and I weighed 182 lbs. ... Read on »
Yoga on the Steps and Tri-County for a Cure by Barbara K. Posted Mon 14 Mar 2011 8:48pm Last year, I came across a link on FB for an event in Philadelphia called Yoga on the Steps sponsored by Living beyond Breast Cancer . On a whim, two friends and I decided to go. We dug through our closets for pink shirts and headed into Philadelphia bright and early on a Sunday morning. We didn’t know what we were getting into or how ... Read on »
Yoga on the Steps 2011 and Team Tri-County for a Cure – The Journey by Barbara K. Posted Mon 16 May 2011 10:46am Yesterday was my second trip to Yoga on the Steps in Philadelphia and was just as memorable as the first. Last May I stumbled upon a link to the event on Facebook and on a whim went with two friends. We were blown away and decided to create a team. Because we live in Pottstown, a small community and a 45 minute drive (with no traffic ... Read on »
Trying yoga by Rachel M. Posted Sun 19 Feb 2012 12:20am Before I start this post, I interrupt with a public service announcement: I need some birthday cake Oreos .  In the past two days, I have tried to find them at Safeway, Target and Walmart with no luck.  I am on the prowl. End of announcement. Yesterday I wore one of my favorite maternity shirts.  Too bad football is over!  ... Read on »
Tri Yoga 5k: Race Recap by megarunr Posted Tue 12 Jun 2012 12:07pm On Sunday, I raced the Tri Yoga 5k in Leawood, KS. This is an interesting race. I only heard about it because the cousin of a friend mentioned it on Facebook. I went to the website and learned that it was a 5k, followed by yoga, followed by a party. Oh, and that there are NO ENTRY FEES. Free, you say? Intriguing…this “run a race every month” th ... Read on »