Yoga for Athletes: The Mogul Muncher

Michelle Rubin
Instructor Michelle Rubin
4.29487
Average: 4.3 (78 votes)
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Duration:
10
:
43

This yoga class focuses on one of the most important joints in your body... your knees. Michelle guides you through a series for stabilizing, stretching, strengthening and maintaining your knees so you can keep doing your favorite activities such as running, skiing, board-spots, running etc.... until the end of your days!

Equipment: None
Style: Gentle Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Yoga for Athletes, Yoga for Runners

Comments

Melanie Lichtinger 2 months ago

Good one, for balance, quads, focus, knees.
Quick and effective.
Learned a few helpful tricks too, esp. re. balance.
Thank you Michelle - good to see you here! Will check out more of your DYWM classes.

sng4ever 6 months ago

Husband wanted to do this but said it was not what he needed. But, it was good for the knees as stated.

lori onion 3 years ago

This one bothered my ankles.... I wanted to like it though :(

bowmanme2003 3 years ago

Over the winter I've had to run exclusively on a treadmill. This means my stabilizing muscles required for navigating natural terrain have become weaker. This practice will definitely warmup the feet and ankles, stretch out the leg, and best of all! increase balance by strengthening the stabilizing muscles.

ureyemi79 4 years ago

Love this short but effective Yoga For Runners! It is my go to video when I'm either short on time, attention span, or motivation.

owlglass 4 years ago

Good lord this is amazing for tight legs. Every time I do this I'm amazed at how good it feels.

mlbruno93 5 years ago

Good post-run class. I wish it was a bit longer but other than that it is perfect!

sivall 5 years ago

I often do this quick and easy session to help ease chronic knee pain session. Thanks!

Kaoya 6 years ago

To all fellow yogis/runners :

I've been suffering from minor after-run knee pain for the last couple months, and found out that doing systematically this class right after my run (and before stretching) makes the pain go away.

So thank you soooo much Michelle, you're a knee-saver :-)

PS: I'm still a student and my budget is so tight that donating right now is out of my possibilities, but be sure that after I graduate next year, one portion of my first paycheck will help support free yoga! You guys have done so much for me in termps of reconnecting with me body, learning to take care of myself etc. Thank you VERY much :-)