[quote=“RIstar”]That its not true at all.
I have power yoga for baseball A DVD.
It helps with core strength, flexiblity, stabilzation of the whole body and is good for the mind and focus.
To say that it does nothing but flexiblity is way off mabey you have never done power yoga for baseball before. It is alot harder to do yoga then it is alot of weight room workouts becasue the core strength and flexiblity you need.[/quote]
RESPOND TO ME RISTAR when I call out your opinions. You never seem to, I guess your just admitting clueless defeat, yet you never seem to get a clue.
I’d really like to see that university degree. Exercise science and biomechnics emphasis I hope? Wait, your like 15, oh, yet your the core stability prodigy. (Maybe that’s because the rest of the world is realizing that most of the core stuff is useless nonsense)
WOW, you cease to amaze me with your pitiful and truly clueless and unexperienced statements. I have this actual hope that one day you may get a clue, but I guess it just may never happen.
The saddest part of this is all that you seem to honestly believe what your saying is fact.
If your core isn’t strong and you try and do ANY REAL LIFT, your spine would snap. Your core stabilized your spine in space and is active the ENTIRE TIME.
I WOULD LIKE TO HERE ANY possible explanation how your yoga positiions activate your core more than me have 300 pounds on my back. (that’s not even a high number)
This is really a rather simplistic principle. THe more weight and thus force you are creating forces your body to activate more motor units. More motor units= more muscle activation. More muscle activation means more effective than your BS.
You HAVE NEVER DONE ANYTHING to qualify you to make an opinion like that. I’m confident because if you had, you wouldn’t be so ignorant.
Flexibility is merely lengthening your muscles. There’s actually a point when you no longer want muscles more flexible. You can actually loose power as you can’t create energy from the stretch reflex where you muscles are much like a rubber band. Yoga positions can often be extreme.
Don’t even get me started on the lower back movements for yoga. Sure you can be flexible as heck if you had no spine left. There just asking for stress fractures.
OH AND WAIT, the lower back stretches cause INSTABILITY where STABILITY is needed. HOW IRONIC.
I bet you and all your flexibility have overactive and tight hip flexors along with inactive glutes, along with almost all of the population. Probably some pelvic tilt too.
You also need to get off marketed products and READ AND EDUCATE YOURSELF. Your just spewing out stuff from a product you bought, my god we could go by that product if we actually wanted.
BRING YOUR OWN OPINION TO THE TABLE FOR ONCE.
I eagerly await your response. Although something tells me it will never come like the other ignorant posts you make.
Oh and one more thing, there’s a reason MLB teams lift and use weights bud, get over it, MLB teams have Strength Coaches, and they are lifting,