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  • Do you (need to ) know what time it is?

    By MetroPowerYoga | In Blog | on June 22, 2013

    For as long as I can remember, I have been obsessed with time. I always thought it was some genetic thing. We have this picture of my dad when we used to take those traditional pack-the-kids-into-the-station-wagon-and-drive vacations. We are at the Grand Canyon and in the image with one of the most scenic landscapes in […]

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  • Something Broken

    By MetroPowerYoga | In Blog | on June 13, 2013

    For the past week or two or three (I think I am under-exaggerating here, but you ge the point), I have been a cloud of anxious, miserable anger and negativity. My work life has been suffering, my employees have been suffering and becoming infected with it and my health and general well-being just hasn’t been […]

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  • Learning Styles and Yoga

    By MetroPowerYoga | In Blog | on June 8, 2013

    Is learning really all that hard, or is it the way that you are trying to learn and how the material is presented to you? I have just recently found out that I am (and of course have been all of my life) a kinesthetic learner. I wish that these tests had been done when […]

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  • Overcoming Resistance to Reach New Heights

    By MetroPowerYoga | In Blog | on June 2, 2013

    I resisted my yoga practice tonight. I was tired. I had run a race the day before. I was tired. I didn’t eat right yesterday nor today. I was sluggish and tired and scattered. The excuses piled on and on and on. I did not want to practice. And yet I did. Finally, after emptying […]

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  • Foot work

    By MetroPowerYoga | In Blog | on May 27, 2013

    A lot of running success can come from having good foot control and good foot control comes from strong and flexible feet. Wearing shoes and especially inflexible, highly cushioned and high-drop shoes (drop is defined as the difference between heel and forefoot stack height), can weaken our feet and render them more and more inflexible. […]

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  • Are You Comfortable in Your Own Skin?

    By MetroPowerYoga | In Blog | on May 25, 2013

    As I near my half-century mark, I am finally at a comfortable place in my life. I don’t mean that I have a nice house and cushy job, fancy car, copious money…, what I mean is that I am coming to peace with myself. There is still a lot of work to do, but I […]

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  • It’s all connected

    By MetroPowerYoga | In Blog | on May 19, 2013

    Earlier this year, I had a gait analysis done by a friend of mine. He found that my left foot’s reaction time was significantly slower than that of my right foot. I attributed this to a stress fracture I had sustained and had this analysis done just as I was getting back into running. Of […]

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  • Welcome to Your Breath

    By Julie | In Blog | on May 6, 2012

    If Anders Ericsson’s research, popularized by Malcolm Gladwell in his book Outliers, is accurate; that it takes about 10,000 hours of doing something to Master that thing, then I am a Master runner. And yet, I feel younger than ever in my running and finally feel that I am on an upward trajectory in achievement […]

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  • Fearsome or Fearless?

    By Julie | In Blog | on May 6, 2012

    A little history A few weeks ago, I went to the track for a workout. It was not just a simple workout, but the feared and hated ladder workout. I dreaded it the moment I read it. I planned on doing the workout Tuesday just because I knew if I bailed on it, I could […]

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  • Yoga for Runners – Some Key Poses

    By Julie | In Blog | on November 17, 2011

    Runners usually struggle with tight hips. Tight hips can cause a host of problems from aching lower backs, to sore hamstrings and even plantar fasciitis. I have created a series of postures that can help to unwind those tight hips. The standing series can be done right after a run most anywhere. The seated series […]

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