Yoga should not replace regular cardio exercise, expert says

04/30/2013 | Seattle Times, The

Yoga is great for flexibility and strength, and hot yoga in particular burns calories, but it should not be a substitute for resistance training and cardio exercises, certified personal trainer Kelly Turner writes. Yoga does not give muscles the full range of motion workout they need, she writes.

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