Sun Salutations – Athlete Flow
After intense training, the bodies muscles become tight, and wound up. Athlete Flow is a valuable tool in the recovery process
Yoga has many benefits that target the entire body.
- Strength & Power Through the Range of Motion
- Balance & coordination
- Speed & Coordination
- Neuromuscular Efficiency
Athlete Flow develops
Yoga is the swiss army knife in the fitness world
- Focus & Calmness
- Mental Toughness and Willpower
- Better Sleep Patterns
Long term Practice of Yoga has astounding health impacts
- Increased Bone Density
- Enhanced Beneficiary Endocrine Hormone Production
- Improved Cardiorespiratory, Lymphatic, Sympathetic, Parasympathetic System Efficiency
- Increases Tissue Tensile Strength of the Muscles, Tendons, Ligaments
- Improved Range of Motion through the Joints
Vinyasa Athlete flow enables the body to recover quickly
Everyone has goals, and wants to be strong. It is important to balance our bodies out and ensure our joints can move through the full range of motion they are intended to.
It takes time, dedication, and willpower. There is no easy way, the hard work needs to be put.
Who has time to nurse injuries these days? Physical rehabilitation is a painful process, mentally and physically.
The mental anguish from injury alone is tough, and is avoidable. Yoga is the guide to show us how to avoid it.
- 10 rounds at a time 5 times a week for best results.
Yoga shows us the way to strengthen our Mind & Body so that our Spirit is alive and well. Let’s get strong together.
It is important to balance the Mind after Intense training. The top athletes in the world use visualization techniques to help improve their game and achieve the impossible.