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Ann Pizer

Slow Burn in Warrior II

By January 6, 2013

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A few days ago I went to a class that didn't seem very hard at the time. The pace was leisurely, frequent rest was encouraged, vinyasas were optional. So why did I wake up the next morning to sore quads? Well, the nice, slow pace had us lingering in poses like warrior II so long that I went deeper and stayed longer than I would have in a faster class. It's a good reason to mix up your classes. If you always do a fast practice, you may be missing out on opportunities to discover something new about your body.

January 8, 2013 at 10:16 pm
(1) Sherri says:

I couldn’t agree more. I am trying different classes at my studio and each one offers a variety of challenges.

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