It was a treat to connect with all the coaches at the Running Summit East in New Jersey last weekend, from the extremely affable Coach Joe Vigil, pictured here, to all the attendees. As the lone female in a heavy-hitting lineup of great coaches (including the dynamic Vern Gambetta, my new Latin study partner Peter Thompson, and Matt Fitzgerald, who graciously wrote the foreword for Racing Wisely), I tried to represent the softer, feminine approach that balances all the work we do in training, lecturing on recovery and yoga and teaching a morning class on yoga to do before, during, and after your run.
As promised, here are the notes for those of you who came. If you didn’t come, you can find much of the routine at prAna.com and, along with dozens of other classes with me, at YogaVibes. And join me at the Running Summit Midwest in Naperville, Illinois (just outside of Chicago), November 2–3.
Yoga to Do During Your Run
Yoga to Do After Your Run
We also did a squat (covered here: http://www.runnersworld.com/stretching/race-recovery and here: http://blogs.yogajournal.com/activeyogi/2011/10/twist-and-squat.html), either knees forward or knees wide.
Yoga to Do Long After Your Run (aka Yoga in Bed)
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