- Perfect book for beginners
- Easy to understand language
- Easy to follow step-by-step photographs
- Yoga for greater flexibility and endurance
- 25 yoga workouts
- 50 important postures
Yoga Fitness for Men by Dean Pohlman
Yoga Fitness for Men: Build Strength, Improve Performance, and Increase Flexibility by Dean Pohlman
This is one of the most comprehensive yoga books you’ll find—and it’s not just for beginners. It covers everything from how to build muscle mass in your biceps and triceps, to more complex poses like a Warrior III (which will tone your core) and even how to keep a straight back in a headstand.
If you’re looking for an authoritative book that also includes details on why we practice yoga, as well as suggestions on where you can try it out locally, then look no further than Pohlman’s book. This book is perfect for beginners to intermediate-level practitioners with at least six months of experience.
Pohlman is a strength coach who understands just how important yoga is in achieving peak performance.
In his book, he combines weightlifting with yoga poses (and plenty of stretching) to help you not only increase your flexibility but also make your lifts safer, improve mobility, boost power output, build core strength, improve balance, and work on posture.
If you’re looking for an exercise program that does more than make you sweat—but also helps you get stronger—this one is for you.
Pohlman, who is certified by The American Council on Exercise as a Personal Trainer and Health Coach, introduces readers to his no-nonsense approach that yields results quickly.
Readers learn how yoga can complement their other workouts at home or in a gym setting.
As Pohlman states: It’s not about getting into some special outfit and learning fancy poses you’ll never use again (but will look pretty doing). It’s about getting more fit by using what you already have in ways you weren’t using it before. That means your own body weight – nothing else.
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