Skydiving, rock climbing, rafting on a mountain river… A man is often ready to plunge into such “attractions” as into a whirlpool, having received his dose of adrenaline. But if you offer him an innocuous yoga class after work, you’re more likely to hear something like, “Wait a minute, I don’t do yoga. And in general, this is something feminine … “. Men will come up with a plethora of reasons why they can’t (read: don’t want to) try yoga. To such men we offer our counter-response! Let’s be honest, when was the last time you reached your hands to your feet while bending over? When were you 5 years old? One of the benefits of yoga is that it promotes the flexibility and mobility of the body. This is important not only for the fair sex, but also for men, because the more flexible the body, the longer it remains young. “Yoga is boring. You meditate for yourself…” Such delusion can be heard all around and everywhere. But the truth is that yoga is much more than just stretching and meditation. It increases stamina! Static in various postures, asanas, strengthens the muscles much more than it might seem at first glance. We have already figured out that yoga improves your physical fitness and trains the body. But here’s the news: Practicing yoga allows you to become more resilient to stress and focus on your inner sense of self. Inner and outer harmony result in confidence. And we all know that self-confidence is sexy! Another reason why yoga is beneficial for everyone (not just men) is that it really relieves stress after a long day at work. It is difficult to turn off the brain and get thoughts out of your head when there are many unresolved tasks, meetings, calls and reports ahead, we know. However, regular yoga classes will allow you to take emotions and internal anxiety under control. Go ahead, men!