Meniscus tears (from knee-twisting lotus poses), lower-back pain (forward bends can put pressure on and herniate disks), Achilles tendon tears (from squatting), and rotator cuff injuries (from flowing sequences that put weight on the hands) are common injuries, researchers at the University of British Columbia found. Another concern: “Many instructors physically push students deeper into poses, which is dangerous because by the time you squeal ouch, they may have stretched you far enough to damage ligaments and tendons,” says Roger Cole, PhD, a certified Iyengar yoga teacher in Del Mar, California, who has a doctorate in health psychology. Workout Rescue: Find a happy balance between slacking off and Super Yogi. While in a pose, you’ll notice specific muscles, like your hamstrings, stretching. It will feel mild at first, then as you push deeper, the sensation will build in intensity from moderate to strong, to painful.
On Friday night, his son, Scott Van Slyke, was on the Dodgers bench and Andy Van Slyke was in the stands at Busch Stadium, bleeding only a little Dodger blue. There are going to be 45,000 people in the ballpark, and all you need to do is look for the guy with the blue Nikes on workouts his feet, Van Slyke said before the game. Thats as far as Im going to go. Otherwise, Ill be as gray as winter. Van Slyke said his allegiances wont be divided.
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NBA news roundup: Kobe Bryant ramping up workouts, Deron Williams could miss start of season Gear Up! Jason Patt, SBNation Posted: Monday, October 14, 2013, 9:45 AM Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant is inching closer and closer to a return from a torn Achilles, and he’s currently ramping up his workouts in preparation for that return. Bryant still hasn’t done any oncourt work, but he has been doing a lot of running and told Bleacher Report’s Kevin Ding that he feels “damn good.” Bryant also told Ding that he could “probably” play in a game right now if it were a playoff game. More: Lakers coverage at Silver Screen and Roll Going further, Bryant revealed that he really hasn’t had much pain or soreness as http://www.kten.com/global/link.asp?l=201078&GUID=25347725&Page=MediaViewer&ChannelID=6917 he rehabs from his injury.