Yoga has always been known to help improve performance of athletes. Football players want to stay at the top of their game. Yoga Therapy can improve the three-point stance, which is an essential posture for all football players, especially offensive linemen and more specifically the Center.
These three simple yoga therapy tips can help improve game performance. Yoga benefits include better concentration, more agility, more strength and endurance in the muscles but beyond yoga there is Yoga Therapy. Yoga Therapy is an age-old technique that has a therapeutic approach and intention for thousands of years.
Many Yoga Therapy gurus have various definitions- one of my favorites is the easiest and most concise “Yoga therapy adapts the practice of Yoga to the needs of people with specific or เว็บยอดนิยม ufabet persistent health problems not usually addressed in a group class.” – Larry Payne, Ph.D.
In this case the “people” are football players. As an avid fan of the San Diego Chargers since I was 18, I have witnessed over the years the tearing down of the human body on the fields of pro football. Now as a Yoga Therapist, I see how the techniques I use to mend and restructure the ailing physical body can actually improve the game performance of these athletes.
We hear that every season many of the players are put on injured-reserve or are otherwise unable to play in all the games. In the 2011 NFL pre-season, a San Diego Charger, Antonio Gates, placed on the physically unable to perform list (PUP List) due to plantar faciitis (though he was recently removed from it). This could have been totally been prevented and with the proper Yoga therapy approach keep him in the game more than 60 percent of game time, enough time to give us the winning edge.
Here in this article you will find the three simple Yoga Therapy poses that can improve the three-point stance. Yoga therapy can also be a preventive measure for injury in any sport that involves the feet, the legs and torso.