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About Lexie Williamson
Lexie Williamson is a British Wheel of Yoga and Yoga Sports Science instructor who specialises in working with endurance athletes. She has held sessions for London Dynamos, Thames Turbo, Elmbridge Road Runners and Kent Velo Girls. Lexie is the author of Bloomsbury Publishing books Yoga for Cyclists, Yoga for Runners and The Stretching Bible and has written for The Guardian, Runner’s World, Cycling Weekly, Women’s Fitness, OM Yoga and Psychologies magazines. Lexie has studied Exercise & Sports Science and Human Anatomy and Physiology and teaches anatomy and physiology to British Wheel of Yoga trainee teachers. She has tried running and sprint-distance triathlon but is now a keen road cyclist, riding with the Surrey-based Viceroy’s Triathlon Club.
- Why ‘I can’t touch my toes’ doesn’t mean you are inflexible September 24, 2020
- A balance a day keeps the shin splints away September 24, 2020
- Why are women more flexible than men? September 24, 2020
- How to up the mileage but reduce the backache September 24, 2020