Hot Yoga Routines

We have talked with 6 athletes who mention hot yoga.


Emmanuela Pintus
Emmanuela Pintus (female, 45)
This Is How I Have Combined Yoga and Bodybuilding for 15+ Years
The best competition prep program I did for size was: Heavy lifting six days a week, squats three days a week, and Hot Yoga five times a week. That was a good balance to get strength, size and cardio, maintaining balance and shape.
Kayla Kleinman
Kayla Kleinman (, 29)
How I Combine My Work in Fitness with Being a Wellness Blogger
Since I started teaching full-time I’ve had to really change the way I workout, teaching 5 classes a day in a hot yoga studios takes a lot out of you!
Allison Ethier
Allison Ethier (female, 42)
How My Fear of Aging Keeps Me Motivated, Really Fit and Competitive
I love hot yoga, and cross-fit, so in the off season I will add more variety, just to mix it up. I have also done pole fitness classes which I love.
Kathrine Kofoed
Kathrine Kofoed (female, 24)
How I Empower Women to Go Plant-Based, Lose Fat and Overcome Emotional Eating
I got really into yoga as well in 2014, and every year or so I go through a major yoga phase, where I’ll do hot yoga for six to 12 months before going back to weight training. I love the way yoga pushes my mental and physical boundaries, and challenges me in a whole different way than weight lifting.
Shelli Beecher-Seitzler
Shelli Beecher-Seitzler (female, 46)
How I Earned My WNBF Fit Body and Masters Figure Pro Cards in Less than Half a Year
My training is two hours, six days a week in the gym and my “rest day” often includes Vinyasa hot yoga at my favorite studio or alpine skiing or hiking.
Alex Carneiro
Alex Carneiro (male, 31)
How My Motivation Has Changed the Way I Train, Eat and Recover
Twice a week I end the day with hot yoga to work on my mobility and flexibility and allowing me to unwind for the day.

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