Yoga for Conditioning with Jermaine Jones
1 Season . 5 Episodes

Join Jermaine Jones and yoga instructor Kent Katich as they take you through a uniquely designed yoga series developed specifically for male athletes.

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Join Jermaine Jones and yoga instructor Kent Katich as they take you through a uniquely designed yoga series developed specifically for male athletes. Discover powerful hip openers, improve your stamina, increase your focus, and tend to the health and flexibility of your muscles, all while enjoying the meditative and calming effects of yoga.

Episode 1
26 mins
Move through a practice designed to open the hips along with the rest of the body! Focusing on concentration and balance, this class skillfully guides you through standing postures and forward folds, closing with some deep seated postures. Although designed to open the hips, this all-around class will also work into your hamstrings and calves.
Episode 2
19 mins
Condition muscles and improve overall stamina and endurance. Through twists and standing poses, work into your hamstrings, quadriceps, hips, and shoulders while also releasing the muscles along your spine.
Episode 3
20 mins
Designed to help athletes center and improve balance, this class with professional soccer player Jermainee Jones incorporates flowing movements in standing postures and challenging balances. Open your muscles while creating fluidity in the joints, working into peak poses like ardha chandrasana (half moon) and utthita hasta padangusthasana (extended hand to big toe). Cultivate improved balanced by moving slowly with control from pose to pose. End in a relaxing and restorative savasana.
Episode 4
19 mins
Join athlete Jermaine Jones in this athletic conditioning practice. Give your muscles a theraputic reset with supine and seated postures and mindfully moving to each posture with emphasized breath.
Episode 5
13 mins
Open your hips and hamstrings while improving focus and concentration. Stay safe in building strength and flexibility where athletes need it the most.