Yoga for Athletes Mini Workouts
1 Season . 5 Episodes

Boost performance in running, tennis, golf, cycling and swimming, as well as in everyday physical activity.

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Athletes know what it feels like to be ”in the zone“ where mind, body and breath work in concert. Discover how to reach that point more frequently, precisely and effortlessly with these express yoga-conditioning practices.

Also watch Yoga Conditioning for Athletes with Rodney Yee.

Host: Rodney Yee
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Episode 1
7 mins
Get in the zone and boost your cycling performance with yoga expert Rodney Yee’s Yoga Conditioning for Athletes. Designed specifically for cyclists interested in using yoga to cross-train, this mini-workout will help you build cardiovascular endurance, improve your focus, challenge underused muscles, and increase flexibility in your sciatica, hips and hamstrings.
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Episode 2
7 mins
Designed specifically for swimmers, this practice will support endurance, focus, agility, and flexbility. Move through an energetic flow that targets the neck, spine, shoulders, and chest through standing postures, forward folds, and a supported chest stretch.
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Episode 3
7 mins
Improve your golf game with Rodney Yee’s Yoga Conditioning for Athletes. This mini-workout is specifically designed for golfers to help you build your cardiovascular endurance, improve your focus, challenge underused muscles, and increase your flexibility for consistency and ease in your golf swing. Learn the tricks of what it takes to shave off stroke after stroke to your golf game.
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Episode 4
8 mins
Enhance your tennis performance with special focus on the neck, back, shoulders, arms, and upper body joints to help release tension and prevent common injuries.
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Episode 5
7 mins
This practice is designed for runners to help build cardiovascular endurance, improve focus, challenge underused muscles, and increase flexibility. Explore a simple sequence to stretch tight muscles like the hamstrings, calves, knees, shins, and feet, as well as lateral movements.