Detox with a Challenging Kapha-Balancing Yoga Flow.@Yoga_Journal

yoga journal ayurveda

Yoga Journal
@Yoga_Journal

Supercharge your spring with this fun, Ayurveda-informed, fitness-inspired sequence for finding strength, endurance, and a fresh start.
Detox This Spring with a Challenging Kapha-Balancing Yoga Flow
Supercharge your spring with this fun, Ayurveda-informed, fitness-inspired sequence for finding strength, endurance, and a fresh start.

Detox This Spring with a Challenging Kapha-Balancing Yoga Flow.@Yoga_Journal

yoga journal ayurveda

Yoga Journal
@Yoga_Journal

Supercharge your spring with this fun, Ayurveda-informed, fitness-inspired sequence for finding strength, endurance, and a fresh start.
Detox This Spring with a Challenging Kapha-Balancing Yoga Flow
Supercharge your spring with this fun, Ayurveda-informed, fitness-inspired sequence for finding strength, endurance, and a fresh start.

Core circuit at home..@runnersworld

runners world core circuit

Runner’s World
@runnersworld

These moves will make you forget all the gyms are closed.
You Can Do This 13-Minute Core Circuit In Your Living Room—No Equipment Needed
These moves will make you forget all the gyms are closed.
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Focus,concentration is key to running marathons@runnersworld

25m25 minutes ago

Measure your training progress for any distance race with these workouts:

YOUR MAIN EVENT: MARATHON
Go-to-Goal: Improve Endurance
A comfortably hard long run builds race-specific endurance by making the body more efficient at using energy at close to goal pace, Hadley says. Do one instead of a long, slow run every three to five weeks.
Go-to-Workout: Start by running for 10 minutes at your normal long-run pace, then gradually speed up for 15 minutes until you’re 20 to 30 seconds per mile slower than goal race pace. Maintain that pace until you’ve run for a total of 60 percent of your goal marathon time (e.g., two hours and 24 minutes for a 4:00 marathon). Lengthen it each time you do the run to a maximum of 80 percent of your goal race time or three hours, whichever is shorter.