SportsYoga offers workout/stretching levels for everyone—from 1st time yoga students to advanced, you select the right routine for your fitness goals.

SportsYoga SKI
Power Workout
Before-the-Slopes Warm-Up
Plus: Intro by Billy Asad Ski footage from Warren Miller Entertainment

SportsYoga TENNIS
Power Workout
On-the-Court Warm-Up
“Tips with the Pro” with USPTA, USTA-SS pro Adam Brewer

Sports Yoga is for anyone who desires the strengthening and stretching benefits of yoga. Many athletes integrate yoga into their fitness routine, enjoying the power and flexibility that yoga adds to their performance. In the SportsYoga series, instructor Billy Asad guides you through a series of yoga routines to help improve your skiing or tennis fitness.

Sports Yoga SKI delivers a yoga based power workout that enhances balance, strengthens key skiing muscles, and develops lower body endurance for improved performance on the slopes.  The stretching sequence is a great way to unwind after a day of skiing, or as an everyday routine to loosen up tight muscles and gain flexibility.  In Sports Yoga Ski, instructor Billy Asad also demonstrates a series of pre-slopes yoga stretches to loosen you up before your day of skiing.  The broad range of benefits from repetitive practice of Sports Yoga SKI will carry over into whatever other sports you may also enjoy.

Sports Yoga TENNIS provides a total-body yoga-based workout, with an emphasis on improving upper body flexibility and strength.  You’ll loosen up your shoulders and back to help your overall tennis game, and lengthen your tight leg muscles so you can get to low volleys and reach those passing shots.

In Sports Yoga TENNIS, Instructor Billy Asad shows you a series of pre-game stretches to loosen you up just before you head onto the court.  Tennis Pro Adam Brewer offers his insight as to how yoga improves your tennis game, physically and mentally.  Practicing Sports Yoga TENNIS on a regular basis will add quickness to your game, and give you added flexibility to help prevent common tennis injuries.

Trainers and coaches note the measurable benefits of yoga as part of a total fitness plan for individuals who compete in, or simply enjoy, particular sports; and are now making yoga an integral component of their workout programs. Tennis Magazine says about Sports Yoga Tennis "This DVD has everything a tennis player needs to gain total body strength as well as flexibility in areas like the quadriceps, hamstrings, back, and shoulders, where tennis players tend to tighten

The goal of the Sports Yoga series is to offer practical yoga routines as a vehicle to better fitness and a better game.