About Stephanie Ring

Founder of Endure Yoga

Certifications: CrossFit Level 2 Coach coaching at Crossfit Marin, 500 Hour Yoga Teacher teaching at Yoga Flow SF

Stephanie is an athlete who loves yoga and understands the benefits of it as part of athletic training. Movement has always been an important part of her life, starting with ballet at age 3 and moving to competitive cheerleading at age 16. She started practicing yoga in college but it was years later when she started training for triathlons that her yoga practice was taken to the next level. Stephanie utilized yoga as cross-training and as a way to increase her overall performance, prevent injuries and improve recovery time. She completed more than a dozen races including two marathons, a century ride and two Half Ironmans.

Eventually, her love of endurance sports began to wane. It was then that her interest in gymnastics and CrossFit started to grow. When she was introduced to CrossFit in 2013, it wasn’t long before her training days out numbered the days on the yoga mat. It was around this time when she created WOD Recovery Yoga. A yoga practice designed to help athletes recover mentally and physically from training. Shortly after that, she wrote the WOD Recovery Yoga E-Book as a resource for athletes looking to incorporate yoga into their daily training.

Beyond coaching, she is a student at heart. She loves learning new forms of movement to improve her performance and the performance of her athletes. She challenges herself daily to move past physical and mental barriers.

WOD Recovery Yoga: Rowing Machine Workouts

By |2018-08-03T05:50:09+00:00September 30th, 2015|Articles|

CrossFit athletes know all too well the pain that accompanies rowing. This continuous fluid movement, which doesn’t allow for much rest, often leads to repetitive stress injuries and tightness. Here are some Yoga poses you should do upon the completion of WODs that contain a great deal of rowing.

WOD Recovery Yoga: High Rep Wall Ball Shots

By |2018-08-03T05:51:41+00:00September 23rd, 2015|Articles|

Do you ever groan when you see high volume wallball shots on the white board when you get into the gym? It's probably because you legs are going to be killing you later. Here are some Yoga poses you should do upon the completion of WODs that contain high volume wallball shots.

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