Yoga 15's easy to follow routines and 15-min packages enable you to follow a program that will make you healthier, mentally and physically.
Category - Yoga 15 Athlete
The act of doing this with Abi every day has helped me to deal with everyday stresses and to be a calmer, more patient and happier person.
Yesterday, I graduated from one of my physical therapists. But in all truth, I look forward to and get more from two sessions a day with Abi.
One of the biggest physical benefits I’ve found from the Yoga 15 workouts is that I am fresher and less ache-filled after my workouts.
The Yoga 15 videos are very simple to follow as Abi talks through each routine in a systematic way, using a consistent and clear vocabulary.
Doug shares how he finds the time to fit in his Yoga 15 sessions before and after his scheduled Ironman triathlon workouts and also on rest days.
While pain may be what initially led me to Abi’s yoga, I now enjoy it as a daily practice, not only for its well-known benefits, but for its own sake.
I'm more flexible, less prone to injury, have more stability on the bike, recover faster and have a set of go-to sessions if I sense pain coming on.
How did you build up to your 640-day streak? I just got into the habit of having 15 minutes to myself, every day, to take care of my needs.
Howard practices yoga for golf and triathlon as these two sports give him considerable discomfort in his mid-to-lower back.
I know that in the morning I'm not going to feel stiff and that I'll be able to ride my bike in the evening and not feel awful for the first 30 mins.
Lee was the first to hit 360 consecutive days of Yoga 15 videos in October 2018. As you can imagine, he's now a mat connoisseur!
Finding Abi and her 15-minute videos has been an outstanding addition to my home workout program. I also practice with my firefighter crew.
After only a few weeks, I noticed that I was getting into the poses easier. So I started doing back-to-back sessions, sometimes 4-6 in a row.
15 minutes of yoga left me feeling refreshed, and happy to have achieved something for myself at the end of a busy day.
Poses that were once a challenge began to get easier and I noticed that my range of motion and overall dynamic flexibility have increased.
It’s nice when you do something and you see progress and growth. And it’s even better when that progress helps you significantly in the real world.
Hopefully, at the end of it all, I will have a stronger core, greater flexibility and it would also be great if I could finally see my abs.
My journey to cycling time trials and yoga began with running. In 2015, I shifted to triathlon before realising that it was really cycling that I...