Basketball Yoga Blast’s combination of basketball drills and yoga moves optimize flexibility, control and provide mental and spiritual aspects to your daily workout that will keep you lean and limber while also calming and focusing the mind. Basketball Yoga Blast is extremely flexible, and it can be followed by anyone at any age.
Yoga is good for stretching, strengthening and increased mobility of the muscles, but it's also great for breath control and spatial awareness; all traits that a basketball player needs. Whether you choose to put your players through the poses and paces suggested by any of these experts, or your personal favorites, there are really good reasons to train the team using yoga.
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Many of the NBA's elite practice Yoga year-round. Here are some great Yoga Poses to help improve your strength, balance, mobility, and flexibility. Thanks fo...
Basketball is extremely fast-paced, with lots of jumps, twists, turns, coordination, and sprints that take a huge toll on the joints and tendons. Keeping them flexible and strong prevents injuries and aids recovery. Here are the five favorite moves I include in every yoga flow to keep my basketballers in top condition: Anjaneyasana: Crescent Lunge
Yoga Hoops - Basketball Yoga Workout to Keep You Fresh During the Season. This basketball yoga DVD features two workouts. The first workout is about 22 minutes and leaves you feeling refreshed and ready to go. This is a great in-season workout to follow along with. Just put the DVD in and Kent Katich will take you through the real time workout.
Basketball Yoga Blast is for all fitness fans to get and stay in tip-top shape. This unique, proven combination of basketball drills and yoga moves will give you a lean, flexible, heart-healthy and super fit body. Regular use of the exercises in Basketball Yoga Blast will: Help strengthen core muscles.
Take a wide stance and point the toes of your right foot forward. Place your left foot at a 90-degree angle to the side. Reach forward with your right hand, bend at the torso and lower your arm ...
How: Hang forward with your left hand on the floor (or on a basketball) about 12 inches ahead of your right foot. Lift your leg parallel to the floor, keeping your hips even. Lift your leg ...
These seven yoga poses are great for basketball players of any age. Perform each pose barefoot to help strengthen and stretch the toes, foot arches and ankles. Hold each pose for 30-60 seconds and repeat three times most days of the week.