Yoga is a great way to work on your flexibility and strength. This is for everyone and not just for people who can touch their toes or want to meditate. Here today would be talking about the Yoga for men as the rising popularity of yoga classes with men has led brands to transform their collections. Sportswear brands are now tailoring their yoga collections which historically geared towards women to include menswear as well.
Here comes Nike, as it is popular as sports brand and Nike launched its first yoga specific collection, including a menswear range in “a nature-inspired colour palette”, which features long-hem T-shirts and slim, straight shorts designed to stay in place during inversions. So we Flow, Brogawear, Lululemon also enriched their Yoga men collections. According to the founder of Triyoga, Jonathan Sattin, men accounted for 11%–27% of class attendees in 2015. By last year, that figure was 25%–50%. Yoga has also gained high-profile male advocates: the former footballer Ryan Giggs put the longevity of his career down to practicing yoga, while the boxer Anthony Joshua hopes it will do the same for him.
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