Green Bay Packers quarterback, Aaron Rogers, is thinning out this off-season in an attempt to create more
yoga in his workouts, which has immediately increased his flexibility, and according to Rogers, has increased his health.
Last season's broken collarbone and 2010's concussion are the only injuries that have ever caused Rogers to miss playing time. Increased flexibility certainly wouldn't assist either of those injuries.
Now that Rogers is 30, he is aiming his training at that which can lengthen his career, and if that means spending time in a San Diego, Green Bay or Boston Yoga studio, and less time in the weight room, that is fine with him. If the Green Bay Packers can get Rogers for 16 games this season, they have a legit chance in being super bowl contenders.