i need to understand the benefit of how incorporate yoga in my basketball training program.

Jim Answered question January 20, 2020

Playing basketball requires a lot of jumping, great hand-eye coordination and a high endurance for running up and down the court.

All of that repetitive jumping, twisting and running motion takes its toll on the body; tight hamstrings, sore hip flexors, backaches and shoulder tightness, creaky knees and tight Achilles tendons. These are all common ailments of basketball players young and old. To keep a basketball player from sitting on the bench due to an injury, yoga can be a huge asset.

Yoga is good for stretching, strengthening and increased mobility of the muscles, but it’s also great for breath control and spatial awareness; all traits that a basketball player needs.

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