Yoga for Athletes

Yoga Videos for Marathoners and Skiers

Leslie Perryman • June 3, 2015
Runners are always looking for effective ways of taking care of their bodies and practicing yoga is a proven way for runners to prevent injuries. Running can be particularly hard on your knees, back and ankles and there are a number of specific yoga poses that can help relieve the strain placed on these muscles, increase your functional strength and flexibility. By helping you to train your breathing yoga can also help you to increase your oxygen intake whilst running. Yin Yoga for Hips by Kassandra Reinhardt
1. Yoga for Athletes: Prevent and Heal Injuries
Yoga for Athletes: Prevent and Heal Injuries
In this effective cross training video tailored for athletes, you'll cultivate a deeper connection to your body, and attune to the breath. Using repetitious, basic, yet powerful moves lead by Grokker Yoga Expert Ashleigh Sergeant, you'll find this video to be the perfect addition to your weekly athletic regime. Refine your own strength with plyometrics, strength building, and core work in this Grokker Premium video. All levels welcome.
2. Yin Yoga for Hips
Yin Yoga for Hips
This yin yoga class is all about releasing tightness in your hips. Many of us carry tension in this area and Kassandra Reinhardt is here to help you create lasting flexibility and mobility throughout your lower body.
3. Yoga for Athletes: Agility and Balance Sequence
Yoga for Athletes: Agility and Balance Sequence
This Vinyasa flow sequence tailored for athletes will help you to enhance both agility and balance. Working with the breath, you'll move through a slow warm up of 10 poses, beginning with three breaths each. Then, move through standing postures including warrior 1, 2, and 3 that will systematically prepare the body for the Apex pose, handstand. Rock and roll through these poses to engage powerful core strength and dexterity. Practice alongside Grokker Yoga Expert, Tammy Mittell in this Premium video designed to improve balance. Intermediate.
4. Hamstring Stretches
Hamstring Stretches
Get off the couch and stretch your hamstrings while you cheer on your fav team.
5. Athletic Yoga for Cross Training
Athletic Yoga for Cross Training
Adding some isometric holds and plometrics to your yoga for a great pre training warm up or to cross train.
6. 20 Minute Yoga Flow for Core Strength
20 Minute Flow
This is an instructional 20 minute yoga video that aims to strengthen the core in preparation for arm balances such as crow pose, headstand, handstand and forearm stand. The intention is to work all parts of the core including the upper abs, lower abs and obliques in a variety of ways that keeps the body guessing.
7. Swing with Ease: Golf Yoga
Swing with Ease: Golf Yoga
Swing with ease. This practice will prep the spine and shoulders for utilization of your maximum range of motion. You'll strengthen and tone the upper back, as well as heat the shoulders, then firm up your foundation by simultaneously opening and strengthening the legs, hips, and lower back. Follow Grokker's celebrated athletic specialist Ashleigh Sergeant in this Premium yoga video for Golfers. All levels.
8. Yoga for Surfers: Shoulders and Upper Back
Yoga for Surfers: Shoulders and Upper Back
If you are suffering from pain, tension, and or limited range of motion in your shoulders, neck, and upper back, then this class is exactly what you need. Ashleigh Sergeant will take you through a series of poses that will first relax your muscles and then strengthen them in order to provide long-lasting relief. This class is appropriate for students of all skill levels.
9. Post Ride or Run Stretch
Post Ride or Run Stretch
After you ride or run, quick stretch for hamstrings, quads and hips - Great to use a fence, bench or tree for stretches.
10. Standing Wide-Legged Forward Fold | Prasarita Padottanasana | Yoga With Adriene
Standing Wide-Legged Forward Fold  |  Prasarita Padottanasana |  Yoga With Adriene
Foundations of Yoga continues with Adriene! In this episode we learn Standing Wide-Legged Forward fold from the ground up with a strong focus on Action and Alignment.This pose is great for the whole body! Prasarita Padottanasana strengthens the legs and the back and tones the abdominal wall. It stretches the hamstrings, hips and lower back inviting the muscles to open and feel good. In fact, this is a great pose after a jog or run! It is also calming for the system and can help to relieve anxiety or jitters. This pose can also help to relieve headaches and fatigue. It can be challenging too!
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