The Yoga for Triathletes Collection is here! We designed this new video series using requests from real triathletes ranging from recreational to elite, to connect the dots of how to use yoga to help you achieve your tri goals. Because we know you don't have time to spare, these routines will optimize your training and elevate your tri game in as little as five minutes.
Jasyoga Pro Tips are quick, effective, easy-to-use tips to optimize your time on, and off, the mat. This month — how can you can open your chest and improve posture every time you lie on your back? Just turn your palms up. Learn why and how to incorporate this tip into your daily life!
You probably know Liz as Running on Venti. She just turned 50 this year and will be fulfilling a lifelong dream on Monday, April 17, 2017 by running the Boston Marathon. Read Liz's story to learn how her goals and relationship with the sport have changed, how she uses Jasyoga daily, and soak up her contagious optimism and love of running.
Boston is one week (+ one day) out! The best way to optimize your taper (and keep the crazies away) is to have a clear plan. Even better, a plan you don't have to make. We got you! Avoid taper tantrums with our eight-day #HitReset countdown...
As athletes, we lean on movement not only as our physical outlet, but often times as a therapeutic outlet. So what happens when that outlet is forcibly removed? B is using her downtime to explore the impacts of injury, and how we can approach the experience as an invitation to restore balance.
You've heard us by now: It's not just about doing yoga, it's how you do it that matters. That a little bit goes a super long way when you're consistent. That you can do #yogaforreal. But runners, where do you start? We tapped runners who are using Jasyoga to achieve their goals, and asked the how. Here's their CliffNotes!
Sometimes you are beyond the need to Hit Reset — you literally cannot even type that extra "e". Our next video collection is for you... Introducing The HIT REST Collection!
Athlete for Yoga Stephanie Howe Violett is an expert in proper fueling for athletic success. Not only does she possess personal knowledge hard earned through her own professional career, she also holds a PhD in Nutrition & Exercise Science. Today she schools us on smoothies and trust us, you'll want this recipe.
Recovery is when your body absorbs the benefits of your hard work. As your mileage increases, restorative activities become even more vital but you don't have time to waste on recovery that doesn't work for you. The 26.2 Collection has three new recovery videos to optimize your marathon training.
The irony of marathon training is that as you increase mileage, which can make you susceptible to imbalance and injury, your time becomes limited for strength work and warm-up time right when you need it the most. Optimize your time off the roads with these three videos for marathon training.
The spring equinox is the seasonal balance between the extremes of winter and summer. It’s a perfect time to revisit your goals and reassess your approach — to invite more balance and fluidity to your pursuit.
Connecting your mind to your body is the true power of yoga. With this pro tip you'll learn how to take your yoga practice off your mat — to your workouts, your work, and beyond...
A successful marathon requires not only specialized physical training and recovery, but also mental training. Use Jasyoga meditation to sharpen your focus, boost your confidence, and aid your recovery on your journey to the starting line.
Catching up with Athlete for Yoga Devon Yanko is hard — literally. She dominates distances spanning 5K to 100 miles, owns a bakery, is a Oiselle athlete and model, and an incredibly talented writer... and next week she's kicking off an intense spring season with the Speed Project 3.0! We recently caught up with Devon to hear first-hand about what’s ahead, how she's using yoga to chase her goals, and more...
Come behind the scenes as we talk inspiration and style behind The 26.2 Collection!
Are you an Athlete for Yoga? Are you using yoga to help you achieve your big goals? Well, we made you a tee!
Marathons are their own beast. That's why we've created #jasyoga262...
No matter what your goals in sport and life, one of the most powerful ways to fuel the pursuit of big dreams is this: Take your goal out of your head and put it into your heart.
Stephanie Howe Violett broke onto the ultra running scene in a big in 2014 when she won the 2014 Western States 100. Recently, she's coming back from a year riddled with injuries with a new outlook, respect for recovery, and lots of enthusiasm. We're so excited for you to get to know our newest Athlete for Yoga!