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October 2012

October 2012


Yoga and Football Keeping Your Players on the Field

© October 2012

By Tim Tobin, Linebackers and Run Coordinator, Tusculum College and

Stella Tobin, Advanced Yoga and Pilates Instructor, Personal Trainer and Nutrition Consultant

 

Teams spend around 15 minutes or more during practice, and pre-game doing warm ups. By using Yoga, you can have your players ready in a shorter amount of time, saving both your time and energy. Yoga can help in many ways to make weak areas stronger, tight areas more flexible, correct imbalances, help develop coordination and stamina and prevent injuries.

What body parts get hurt the most in football?

Ankles and feet (ligaments, tendons, turf toe and broken bones)

Knees (ligaments and tendons)

Lower back (muscle pull and tightness)

Hamstrings (muscle pull and muscle cramping)

Groin (muscle pull)

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