Yoga for Runners with Lacey Calvert

Check out California Yoga Sport‘s latest Webisode on Yoga For Runners!

After long or spring training runs the body needs to strrreeeetch out. The above video walks you through trainer, Lacey Calvert’s, yoga demonstrations & posture suggestions to relieve pain & tension in overused running muscles. Yoga is a great way to help reduce the after run burn you experience, stretch out tense muscle groups, and will definitely add balance to your heavy cardio regimen.

Find out more how Yoga can help your running in this Runner’s World Article, Running and Yoga go Hand-in-Hand.

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Also, be sure to tell us what videos you’d like to see more of to help with your athletic training needs! Triathlete, cyclist, surfer, snowboarder… you name it & we’ll be sure to give you some fool proof yoga plans to help balance your body out!

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Categories: Athletics, California Yoga Sport, Fitness, Yoga

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3 Comments on “Yoga for Runners with Lacey Calvert”

  1. March 16, 2012 at 4:49 PM #

    Running + Yoga. Yes. It’s what’s getting me to the Boston Marathon next month, and what runrevolution.com is all about! Love it!

  2. March 16, 2012 at 9:03 PM #

    What a perfect way to work yoga into a routine. Thanks Lacey!

  3. March 17, 2012 at 11:15 AM #

    Just found you! Great stretches and I need this so much. Thanks – have been looking for yoga stretches to do after I run.. new subscriber now!

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