It’s an early morning at the yoga studio and, on this day, men outnumber women by three to one, a different picture than a year ago when women were the only students for this instructor. Now, you’ll find classes specially geared toward guys. Rachel Moncayo witnessed the migration of men in her own fitness center.
She says, “Many of them are athletes, marathoners, tri-athletes and they’re really enjoying the health benefit that they’re getting from the practice.”
Ed Fuller is a triathlete. He started yoga two months ago. He says, “It’s really not for wimps. It’s very strenuous and it works the muscle groups you may not work in any other kind of sport.” But, for former yoga enthusiast Michael Conti, a once-active lifestyle of traveling with his wife and hiking with his son is over. Continue reading >> ABC2News.com