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06-28-2012, 02:00 PM
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Kaleta doing yoga this offseason

http://video.sabres.nhl.com/videocen...1018&id=183178

Fu Man Drew Workout 2.0?????

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They're all doing yoga

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James Patrick was doing yoga the last few years of his career. Lean strength and flexibility and all that... surprised more hockey players don't partake.

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I'm sure his durability (or lack thereof) weighed into this decision. Hopefully Pat can finally come back and have a season un-hampered by injury.

Stafford did yoga (if I recall correctly) prior to last season and he had an 80-game season.

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I thought this thread was going to tell me Kaleta met some girl in a bar with a weird name.

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At the end of the interview he talked about Grigorenko and how he's been working out with the guys this week and is working hard.

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James Patrick was doing yoga the last few years of his career. Lean strength and flexibility and all that... surprised more hockey players don't partake.
It's a controversial topic in the S&C community.

Some think that it's a good idea and others worry that took much flexibility/mobility will hurt strength gains and could make the athlete less stable.

I know Mike Boyle isn't big on yoga.

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It's a controversial topic in the S&C community.

Some think that it's a good idea and others worry that took much flexibility/mobility will hurt strength gains and could make the athlete less stable.

I know Mike Boyle isn't big on yoga.
For Patrick, it was a case of needing to get more flexibility out of a high-mileage chassis. It may not be for everyone. *shrug*

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Is he doing regular yoga or "hot yoga"? My understanding scientifically is that "hot yoga" adds no discernible benefit to regular yoga while also carrying non-negligible risk of complications.

Good for him, at any rate. Hopefully it has some benefit for his neck.

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Is he doing regular yoga or "hot yoga"? My understanding scientifically is that "hot yoga" adds no discernible benefit to regular yoga while also carrying non-negligible risk of complications.

Good for him, at any rate. Hopefully it has some benefit for his neck.
Hot Yoga is BS I'll agree. It allows your muscles to stretch farther than they are supposed to increasing risk of injury. Not to mention the chances of having a heat injury are greatly increased.

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Holy ouch, I tried yoga once, not an enjoyable experience one. Certainly doesn't give you the pump up feeling of throwing weights around a gym or the great accomplishment of finishing a run, but I can believe it would be great for someone trying to get injured less. So. Painful.

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Holy ouch, I tried yoga once, not an enjoyable experience one. Certainly doesn't give you the pump up feeling of throwing weights around a gym or the great accomplishment of finishing a run, but I can believe it would be great for someone trying to get injured less. So. Painful.
Not all instructors are the same. Nor do most of them think their students should be in pain afterwards.

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Seems like HFBoards has been doing yoga as well if these "Guru Meditation" messages are any indication

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I enjoy it, even at 105 degrees. I do feel good afterwards and prefer it to tossing weights around.

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Holy ouch, I tried yoga once, not an enjoyable experience one. Certainly doesn't give you the pump up feeling of throwing weights around a gym or the great accomplishment of finishing a run, but I can believe it would be great for someone trying to get injured less. So. Painful.
It takes some time to get used to it. Once your muscles are flexible enough to handle some of the more advanced stuff, you get the same kind of sense of accomplishment you get from lifting.

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Why does yoga remind me of Alan Almond?



And yes, I am a fan of the yoga. Especially before running.

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I heard McCormick was reading 15 Shades of Grey.

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If British S.A.S train primarily on endurance and pilates...I'm totally okay with Kaleta doing it heh.

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Team should be doing crossfit

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Team should be doing crossfit
If they did, I bet there would be a ton of groin issues unless you had some really smart people come up with a CF Hockey system that included a lot of things that normal CF doesn't take into account.

Hockey players have tons of muscle imbalance issues due to the repetitive nature of the sport. If your off-season program doesn't work to help fix those issues that build up throughout the season, bad things will happen.

For instance, I doubt CF would have players do this:

http://davidlasnier.com/2012/post-wo...hockey-players

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I would actually push them to do pilates as well.. It will help give him more flexibility as well as providing strength. It works the underside of the muscle more than other workouts.

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If they did, I bet there would be a ton of groin issues unless you had some really smart people come up with a CF Hockey system that included a lot of things that normal CF doesn't take into account.

Hockey players have tons of muscle imbalance issues due to the repetitive nature of the sport. If your off-season program doesn't work to help fix those issues that build up throughout the season, bad things will happen.

For instance, I doubt CF would have players do this:

http://davidlasnier.com/2012/post-wo...hockey-players
Crossfit Football by John Welbournne is tailored for the impact athletes.

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People underestimate the power of health and flexibility, good that Kaleta is doing this

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