By: Kathleen Hoff
Hot yoga—usually practicing Hatha or vinyasa at about 104 degrees F for about an hour— has become popular in recent years but buy-in from the fire service is still a challenge. Hot Yoga is not just stretching, it’s purposeful movement, and it has something for everyone.
Here’s why firefighters should look at hot yoga more as functional job training — and seriously consider adding it to the repertoire…
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