Essential hot yoga

Novel Physical Activity Essential Hot Yoga

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vulgar

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I help

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try

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position

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right

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hey

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Oh

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in

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down

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Oh

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you can’t hurt

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right

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okay for my novel physical activity

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project I went down and did hot yoga at

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a central hot yoga and broadway

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something is really unique about hot

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yoga is that it is a long process in a

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super hot room so it’s an hour and 15

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minutes long in the room the temperature

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is 105 degrees Fahrenheit and so that’s

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the temperature that exceeds most

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recommendations or requirements for

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other training mode allottees something

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else that was really unique is that

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breathing was considered an area of the

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most importance and I know within other

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modalities that breathing is important

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but it’s not that up most important and

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so hot yoga was very similar to other

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aerobic endurance training modalities

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and the fact that it really stresses

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that oxidative system and that you’re

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going for prolonged periods of time so

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well above an hour for continuous

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exposure and then it’s also similar to

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other modalities of the fact that it

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places a huge importance on flexibility

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increase range of motion balance

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stabilisation and I’ll just end up

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leading to injury prevention so it’s

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similar in aspects like that now as you

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saw in the video there was obviously

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difference between myself being the

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novice and an amber who’s a trainer at a

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central yoga being the expert in the

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video I think one of the main

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differences is just the fact that her

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she was able to register mentally for

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the movements that were coming better

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than I was considering her repeated

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exposure of the past couple years she

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knew what was coming in the flow and

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then that kind of prepared her body in

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her mind to be able to do those

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correctly and efficiently um

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physiologically just looking at her

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balance significant difference her

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balance was much greater her flexibility

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was better increase range of motion was

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better and then also just her ability to

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coordinate movements between the core

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and then the musculature was a lot more

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efficient and cost-effective further

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than it was for me so some advantages of

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yoga obviously it’s excellent for

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developing flexibility the increase

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range of motion of the balance and

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stabilization like we’ve been talking

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about and then I think it’s also great

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for developing just body weight strength

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and so strength to be able to perform

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activities of daily living functional

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movements from slide bending over

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squatting and then push ups as well so

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strength like that

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some disadvantages from an athletic

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performance standpoint it’s not great

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for developing maximal strength or

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maximal power for really focusing on

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speed or agility or plyometrics of

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stretch reflex then it really doesn’t

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hit the ATP PC or the glycolytic energy

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systems so we’d be doing a disservice

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there then also considering the hot

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environments it’s got to be specific to

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certain populations overall I think is

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really good experience and I may do hot

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yoga again

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