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Variability Part II: Staying Strong And Healthy By Doing More Than Just Yoga

Note: this is the second half of a two part post.  Start here to get the full discussion.   Variability can fairly universally be applied to any activity, and I strongly believe that yoga is a good entry-level opportunity to introduce new elements of stimulus to the average non-yogi.  It allows you to build base strength in several dimensions and …

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Variability Part I: Why You Shouldn’t Limit Your Fitness To Any One Activity

A point that I would like to address here kind of involves not doing yoga.  Limiting yourself to one exercise modality– regardless of what it is– can have detrimental effects on your progress.  It can also lead to injury.  Let’s dive into this two-part post to examine why you shouldn’t limit your fitness to any one activity. What Is Variability? …