Hey guys, are you wondering How often should you do yoga to see benefits? In this blog, I’m going to tell you exactly how often you should be doing yoga. First, if you are doing yoga and nothing else as part of your workout program, or if you are doing yoga and combining it with an existing program,.

This is a question that I’m asked all the time, and it’s a question that there isn’t really a great response for. A lot of people are kind of vague on their answers, but I want to give you some specific numbers and some specific frequencies so you know just exactly how many minutes and how many times per week I should be doing yoga.

I have a question for you. Which one of the following best applies to you? Are you only doing yoga as part of your workout program, or are you doing yoga and incorporating it into some other workouts? Maybe you’re doing weight training, maybe you’re cycling, or maybe you’re running. So which of those best applies to your situation? Let me know here in the comments below. And by the way, I want to tell you the benefits that you’ll get from doing this at this recommended frequency. So if you can do yoga as often as I’m suggesting here, you’ll notice that your flexibility improves. You’ll notice that your body feels better. If you’re doing other workouts, you’ll notice that your workout performance increases in those other areas. You’re going to have better posture. You should feel less stress. So there are a lot of benefits that go into doing yoga, but it does have to be done consistently in order to see those benefits. Again, it comes down to whether or not you are doing yoga on your own, as that is your only workout program, or are you doing yoga and combining it with other workouts?

If you are doing yoga and this is all you are doing, you should be doing at least 20 to 30 minutes of yoga five to six times per week. That is really what I think is the minimum. You can work your way up to doing 50 to 60 minutes or anywhere between 30 and 60 minutes, five to six times per week. And if you weren’t quite up to doing yoga every day or a workout every day, then I would start with three yoga sessions per week, 20 to 30 minutes per day. But make sure that you are building up to the goal of doing yoga, movement, or some sort of exercise on a daily basis. at least five to six times per week, and hopefully getting into that longer range of 30 to 60 minutes.

Now, if you are doing yoga and combining it with another fitness program, maybe you’re doing weights, maybe you’re going to the gym, maybe you’re doing calisthenics, in order to get the benefits of yoga that I just mentioned before—the flexibility, the improved balance, and better performance in your other workouts—you should be doing at least 60 to 100 minutes of yoga per week. and at least three separate sessions. Now there’s a lot of ways to break that up. You can do 10 minutes of yoga six times per week. You can do two longer yoga sessions. But really, the summary here is that you are doing at least one challenging yoga session per week—something that’s forcing you to work on your balance and focus on active mobility—things that you’re not going to work on in your other workouts.

And you should also try and fit in some recovery sessions to make sure that you’re taking care of your body, helping to stretch out and prevent injury from overtraining.

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