Learn how yoga and the A.R.T. method can help improve your intense training program.
Yoga Can Help Engage Your Active Resistance Points in any Intense Training
Adding yoga to intense training helps if done properly. When you add the A.R.T. Method to your yoga and learn how to work on your form, such as maintaining alignment with your body’s Active Resistance Points. It keeps your brain focused in your fitness performance training instead of getting distracted from the sometimes random subjective emotions of the moment.
Practicing a flowing type of yoga can help anyone learn to cultivate a deep meditative focus while in motion. If you think of your training as a chance to enter a meditative zone you can shield yourself from the stress of the outcome, and hone in on what matters: giving your best performance ever! There are also amazing benefits to be gained from gaining flexibility and endurance through yoga and the A.R.T. Method helps you channel those into an effective way of achieving the best out of any intense training.
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