Pretty good. People in pro sports have been doing this for awhile. I remember seeing something 15 years ago about WR in the NFL doing ballet to learn body control (I think the main ambassador was Jerry Rice).
Lynn Swann studied ballet. I'm guessing he was the first well-known NFL player to do so.
A 1981 episode of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood featured Swann (and Rogers) at a ballet class.
Al Toon also studied ballet.
Originally Posted by enisthemenace
I don't see the jimlad, and don't know your posting history, so apologies if you are joking. If you you'rr serious, I'll assume you've never done yoga. It's a killer, Man, and when used as a supplement to solid weight training, is unbelievable in improving strength, balance and stamina.
I do yoga as a part of the P90X and P90X2 programs. It's an incremental part of the entire P90X/2 program, and I seem to struggle with the other workouts when I'm blowing off the yoga.
Now if I could ever figure out how to get into plough and do shoulder stands.
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