Fighting COVID-19 Blues with Yoga

by Karli Taylor

Now that the weather is finally getting nicer, we tend to set aside our cross training in exchange for longer runs or more frequent running sessions.   It’s usually the thing we enjoy the least that is the first to get cut from the weekly training schedule.  The bad news is, that which we like the least is often the thing that our bodies need the most.   If you are struggling to fit your core training, stretching, strength training and meditation into your warm weather plans, try adding this strength vinyasa once a week to get a little bit of all of the above!

Click here for a free 40-minute video to relieve stress and make you stronger that Karli made especially for you.  The beauty is that you can do her workout as many times you want in the comfort of your home.


Karli Taylor: Yoga For Runners Archive

How to Combat Tight Upper Body to Run Better: Fish pose, or matsyasana

Warriors Against Achilles Injury: Warrior 1, Virabhadrasana I and Warrior 2,
Virabhadrasana II

Karli Receives “Extra Mile” Award at Banquet

Yoga to Strengthen Your Body When Running in Snow: Bound angle pose, or Baddha Konasana

How to Strengthen the Hip Complex: Reclined Pigeon or Supta Kapotasana

Miraculous Pose to Repair Your Body: Legs up the Wall pose or Viparita Karani

How to Give Yourself Better Running Strength: Downward Facing Dog or Adho Mukha Svanasana

How to Put Your Best Foot Forward: Thunderbolt Pose or Vajrasana

How to Stretch Wisely: Lizard pose, or Utthan Pristhasana

Balance For Runners: Tree Pose or Vrksasana

Strengthening Your Back: Ragdoll or Baddha Hasta Uttanasana, and Dead Bug or Matkut Shavasana

Combating Runner’s Butt – Half Fish Pose or Ardha Matsyendra

Exercises to Help in Stability – Happy Baby or Ananda Balasana

Stretching Hip Flexors – Crescent Moon Pose or Anjaneyasana , and Bridge Pose or Setu Bandha Sarvangasana

Yoga for Runners Intro


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