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!Read Epub Ç Real Men Do Yoga: 21 Star Athletes Reveal Their Secrets for Strength, Flexibility and Peak Performance Í With its revolutionary approach to yoga and innovative, male oriented instruction, Real Men Do Yoga will be the definitive guide for both novice and veteran men who are discovering the innumerable physical and mental benefits of yogaSatisfying the male fascination with sports and admiration for athletes are interviews with than twenty pros, all of whom are enthusiastic yoga practitioners football s Eddie George, Shannon Sharpe and Amani Toomer baseball pitchers Barry ZitoCy Young Award winner and Al Leiter, star hockey goalie Sean Burke and NBA superstar Kevin Garnett as well as pro golfers and tennis players Photos of sports stars doing yoga, such as football greats Dan Marino and Chris Carter, drive home a powerful message Each chapter offers a combination of stretches and strength builders that target and benefit specific areas Conquering back pain which afflicts an estimatedmillion men Improving sports performance including yoga for golf, running, basketball, tennis and Increasing flexibility in the upper body, spine and lower body Building muscle strength Improving sexual performanceIn a sea of yoga books aimed at women, Real Men Do Yoga is an easily accessible, non New Agey guidebook that takes something mysterious to American men and offers a reassuringly effective and practical guide that they ll actually use Been doing yoga for about a year now, and this book was a gift A quick, fun read, I think it does what it sets out to do, which is to get people who think yoga is for new age hippies to realize it is one of the best methods of exercise out there It is no replacement for just going to a class for a couple of weeks, but it s a nice reference in terms of how to do some of the key poses common across different types of yoga My only gripe is that they encourage you to do alot of this yourself at h Been doing yoga for about a year now, and this book was a gift A quick, fun read, I think it does what it sets out to do, which is to get people who think yoga is for new age hippies to realize it is one of the best methods of exercise out there It is no replacement for just going to a class for a couple of weeks, but it s a nice reference in terms of how to do some of the key poses common across different types of yoga My only gripe is that they encourage you to do alot of this yourself at home, when my personal feeling is that you are probably better doing this with a group for some time before you try it at home That s what the retired army guy, now personal trainer told me as we hiked down Mount Monadnock this month, and I vowed to look into it I ve been doing one of the the no nonsense routines in the book every other day for a week now, and I quite like it, especially for balance and flexibility. Not bad Most of the really useful information in this book could be found other places online, etc But it was nice to read some of the comments from various athletes who have benefitted from their yoga practices.I checked the book out from the library because I decided to resurrect my yoga practices The book was a good refresher on some of the best poses for flexibility, strength, and endurance.