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    Anthony Joshua: LYNX Ambassador
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    Anthony Joshua: LYNX Ambassador

Anthony Joshua answers the question ‘is it OK for guys to do yoga?’

in Books/Boxing/Fitness
Anthony Joshua: LYNX Ambassador
Anthony Joshua: LYNX Ambassador

Heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua has partnered with Lynx to raise awareness of male insecurities by answering some of the most-searched questions men ask about themselves on Google.

Yoga doesn’t help you become a better boxer but yoga helps the longevity of your boxing career. The hardest yoga pose I’ve done is the downward facing dog.

You can see his full answer in the video below.

More and more professional athletes like Anthony Joshua are making yoga a regular part of their fitness routines, and GQ, HuffPost, and Men’s Health have all advocated yoga for men. Flexibility is one of the most important, yet overlooked, elements of fitness, and sports success. Yoga increases flexibility, building a bigger range of motion and allowing you to work more muscle fibres with every movement.

If you’d like to learn more about yoga, a good place to start is Dean Pohlman’s excellent book Yoga For Men which teaches you how to execute the 50 key yoga postures you need for greater endurance, flexibility, balance, and strength.

Yoga For Men is available from amazon.com and amazon.co.uk

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