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    They should try that with a bowling ball. It'd be a lot more interesting.

    Seriously, that's some hardcore flexibility right there. I go to yoga once a week and I can't even fathom getting my leg up that high, never mind kicking a ball volleyball-style with it. I only just got to the plow position for the first time on Tuesday.
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    Yea, this game looks like it takes some serious flexibility. How long have you been doing yoga? I'm thinking of starting it in a month or two.
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    i just love strawberry yoga............... oh, wait. thats yogurt. my bad. :P

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    About 2.5 years, at least once every couple of weeks. I try to go once a week but it isn't always possible.

    The key to a good yoga class is the instructor. If the instructor starts talking all hippie and saying things such as "breathe into your kneecaps", stop going to that class because it's just not going to make any sense. If the instructor explains what it is that you're trying to accomplish and tells you how to do it by saying things such as "okay, so we're going to stretch out our lower back by going into a C curve and then into a flat back", that's someone you should stick with. The majority seem to be the former, however, so it may take a few tries before you find a good instructor.

    You should also be able to talk to your instructor about any injuries you may have (for example, I have a slightly torn intercostal and a minimally painful inflamed L5) so that (s)he can give you ways to modify your stretches. That's what yoga is when it comes right down to it...it's just stretching. People seem to think it's a bunch of getting in touch with nature and hugging your neighbor and crazy stuff like that, but it's just stretching.
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    It's included in my gym membership so I'm going to go to that one. From what my girlfriend says, there are 3-4 different teachers.
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    Same here. If you've never gone, that will probably be the best option, since the gym usually has at least one "beginner" class. That's what I do...I don't pay for the classes.

    Whatever you do, don't try power yoga right away. Work up to it. You really have to prep your hip flexors in particular (nothing quite like that dull pain right near your "boys").
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    what's the difference between regular yoga and power yoga?
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    I think you can get power yoga near the drills and routers at Home Hardware...
    Regular, non-power yoga is available from Lee Valley, I think.
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    There really isn't a regular yoga as such. There are a whole bunch of different types.

    There's basic yoga, or Hatha as it's sometimes called. This is where you get an idea of how you're supposed to stretch things out.

    Power yoga is more intense both in terms of muscle use (particularly your core) and to a lesser extent cardiovascular. A number of the poses and moves require a moderate level of conditioning (e.g. rag dolls, alternating between plank and downward dog with increasing speed).

    There are a whole bunch of other types, but I've only ever done Hatha, Power and Hot Yoga a couple of times. If you're going to do Hot Yoga, make sure the place has adequate shower and locker facilities. This may seem obvious, but I've been to a place where you couldn't even put a lock on your locker door and there were only two showers in the men's room. The whole open concept was just a tad too naive for my liking.
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