11-01-2001, 09:20 AM #1
Any of you guys do anything like Yoga I,m thinking about doing something as I seem to be losing some felxability.I warm up before and cool down and stretch but it is getting worse as I get stronger and bigger.
11-01-2001, 06:38 PM #2
Stronger and bigger.....phhhhhhhhhh yaaaaaaa right!
JK bro, ya go in there and "hummmmmmmmmmmm" for all of us at AR.
11-01-2001, 07:35 PM #3
After seeing the hoties that were in the yoga class the other day, i am game. Allways willing to try new things. LOL!
11-01-2001, 09:33 PM #4
YOGA! no please, that shit fucked, next thing you know you'll bring the weight down durring a curl and your arm will naturally bend another 90 degress or something. SHITS NOT FOR ME
11-02-2001, 05:41 AM #5
You guys it was meant to be a serious post
Have you guys found that you have lost flexability over the years from training?I,ve noticed it over the past year I guess from doing MA the moves take more effort and I don,t want to end up like the typical gym head who only has 10% of the range of motion that his body should have.
Don,t know now you guys kinda put me off it i think I just fancied wearing a leotard and leg warmers
That was a joke
11-02-2001, 06:03 AM #6
Yoga is great for enhancing joint flexablity and muscle limberness. You certainly won't take it to the extreme that's for sure. Yes too much can make your joints too flexible and that is bad, but that is truly the extreme. Not gonna happen with you Billy. Another thought is to have a trainer stretch you after a workout. Assisted stretching is much more effective and if you're gonna pay for a class you may as well pay a pro to help you. You only want to be ranged so work out a deal.
11-02-2001, 06:31 AM #7
Cheers DB I need to do something
11-02-2001, 03:08 PM #8Female Member
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There are several types of yoga. Bikram yoga seems to be the most popular for men. What makes Bikram yoga unique is the room is heated to 100 degrees. The class consists of 26 postures and lasts 90 minutes. Give it a try, I guarantee you'll sweat like never before! Check out www.bikramyoga.com for more info
11-03-2001, 07:46 AM #9
100 degrees! That will definately require IV use while stretching though.
11-03-2001, 04:53 PM #10
OMG at least the b/f will be low at the end of the class!!
Thanks for the info
11-03-2001, 11:04 PM #11
I tried Yoga Billy. I used to be a Hockey goalie. Flexibility is very important for this. I recommend it and I've been thinkin about trying it again. Of course I've never tried it in 100 degree room. Well being in California I probably have done it at 100 degrees.
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