Boston Bound 2018: Erin Kelly

We're wrapping up our Boston countdown with one more inspiring Athletes for Yoga spotlight, Erin Kelly! Or as you might know her, @eekgranola. She's running her FIRST Boston on April 16 and has been using Jasyoga and meditation to crush her training block. 

Get to know Erin, and get ready to cheer for her on Marathon Monday! 

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Boston Bound 2018: Margaret Klimek

The countdown to Boston Marathon is on and we're continuing our spotlight series on Athletes for Yoga as we countdown to race day. This week, meet Margaret Klimek, mom of two, scientist, and inspiring runner who is using Jasyoga in her training block leading up to her FIRST Boston. We can't wait to cheer for her on Marathon Monday!

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Boston Bound 2018: Jesse Blondin

We'll be spotlighting a few Athletes for Yoga as we countdown to race day. First up is Jesse Blondin, who is using Jasyoga to train for her 2nd Boston and 9th marathon. She's a mom who gets the bulk of her training by running her commute! Get to know this super inspiring woman and join us in cheering her on April 16! 

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Stephanie Howe Violett — 2018 Season Preview

Spring is here, and racing seasons are starting! From the mountains to the track to the roads to the water, Athletes for Yoga are kitting up and racing hard! We caught up with Stephanie Howe Violett as she gets into her ultra season in earnest after kicking off her season with a wicked CR at Fourmidable 50k in Auburn a couple weeks ago. 

You're not going to want to miss what's next for this Athlete for Yoga!

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How Real Athletes are Using Athletes for Yoga Training Plan

This winter we created an Athletes for Yoga Training Plan. The goal: to help you harness the power of real recovery. We designed the plans to optimize your training by making it easy for you to plan your Work INs in context of your workouts and hold yourself as accountable to your recovery as you are to all your other work. Now we're checking in on how REAL athletes for yoga are using the plan!

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Booty Lock Mitigation is Back (+ New Hip Videos)

Athletes often talk about needing to "open" their hips. But what does that even mean?! You need mobility and stability. Ultimately, it's a balance of hip flexibility and strength that is most optimal and will help you prevent an array of injuries, not to mention the all-too-common, general feeling of "booty lock." New! The Hip Sessions will give you all the tools you need to get in balance!

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Work IN 28 | Feel It — Be It

The final week! High fives on laying a strong foundation for your work IN so far. Your sessions are becoming more effective. This week is about feeling the sensation of recovery and the accompanying ease, knowing that the more spacious and restful you feel, the more you are in fact recovering. You'll create a more tangible, tactile quality to your practice with this week's techniques. Here we go!

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Work IN 28: Andie Cozzarelli

Andie Cozzarelli is a professional runner for the Oiselle Haute Volée team. She's a 2:38 marathoner, and qualified for the 2016 Olympic Trials Marathon. This year one of Andie's big goals is to use Work IN to inform her recovery and mental fitness. She's been following along with all of you on the #workIN28 plan this February, and we're excited to check in with her! 

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Work IN 28 | Be Consistent

Week one of #workIN28 is done! On to week two. This week is about creating consistency. You'll set aside the same amount of time at the same time daily to help build the habit and solidify it as part of your routine, so you'll do the same meditation and yoga pairing every day. By the end of the week, working IN should be like brushing your teeth — a daily given rather than another to do. Let's go!

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