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24 Ways to Move More

The Seattle Times’ Fit for Life columnist Nicole Tsong helps you come up with new ways to move your body, and make movement fun and inspiring again. 
Drawing on Nicole’s own experience trying hundreds of activities, take on two new movements to try every month for 1 year and move your body more. With two motivating choices each month and the ability to self-pace, 24 Ways to Move More makes it easy to infuse new energy into your life!
Explore activities such as:
– Ultimate Tai Chi
– Trail Running
– Snowshoeing
– Stand-Up Paddleboarding

Yoga for Hikers

Yoga for Hikers will show you how to create a yoga practice at home that will keep you healthy, prevent injuries, and support and improve your outdoor passions. This guide features easy-to-understand yoga poses and sequences designed to address the specific stresses that hiking enacts on the body.
This guide features: 
– Detailed overviews of the areas of the body most impacted by climbing and hiking
– Injuries common to these sports that yoga can address
– Explanation of yoga’s physical and mental benefits, and how it can enhance time on rock or trail
– Foundational techniques for creating a yoga practice, including the fundamentals of meditation
– Several sequences for a home practice, designed specifically for climbers and hikers
– Interviews with climbers and hikers who use yoga to support their physical strength and hone their mental focus–from professionals, such as Steph Davis and Buzz Burrell, to average weekend-warriors
For inspiration and visual appeal, the books include panoramas of yoga poses in outdoor settings, studio photos of the specific yoga poses and sequences, and technical drawings related to anatomy and common ailments.

Yoga for Climbers

Yoga for Climbers will show you how to create a yoga practice at home that will keep you healthy, prevent injuries, and support and improve your outdoor passions. This guide features easy-to-understand yoga poses and sequences designed to address the specific stresses that climbing enacts on the body.
This guide features:
– Detailed overviews of the areas of the body most impacted by climbing and hiking
– Injuries common to these sports that yoga can address
– Explanation of yoga’s physical and mental benefits, and how it can enhance time on rock or trail
– Foundational techniques for creating a yoga practice, including the fundamentals of meditation
– Several sequences for a home practice, designed specifically for climbers and hikers
– Interviews with climbers and hikers who use yoga to support their physical strength and hone their mental focus–from professionals, such as Steph Davis and Buzz Burrell, to average weekend-warriors
For inspiration and visual appeal, the books include panoramas of yoga poses in outdoor settings, studio photos of the specific yoga poses and sequences, and technical drawings related to anatomy and common ailments.