It's a book that is supposed to utilize specific yoga poses to enhance/supplement/compliment your workouts. Goodreads says: "Yoga routines designed specifically for swimming, running, cycling, golf, tennis, baseball, football, volleyball, basketball, skiing, snowboarding, weight lifting, kickboxing, boxing, CrossFit, and more!" I'm not a hardcore athlete and I haven't even tried most of these sports. But it sounded interesting.
It's not. I found this book very disappointing for what it purports to do. There are pictures plus descriptions of what the pose is, how to perform it, how to modify it, etc. And there are some that are assigned to particular forms of exercises. That's about it.
As a beginner of yoga, I had hoped there would be more to it. You can find most of this information online if you don't already know it. There is no specific table of contents that tells what poses go with what particular exercises (you find them as you go along in the book). If you're new to exercise as a whole or perhaps to the particular form of exercise you're interested in then it might be helpful.
But otherwise I was not surprised to read that the book is a rehash of previously published materials by the same author. I wasn't familiar with her or her work before picking up this book from the library but I was disappointed.
I wouldn't really recommend it unless you're a true beginner/am just getting into exercise, want ideas on how to integrate yoga with your other workout routines, etc. And even then I'd recommend you flip through this book first and compare with her other works to see which book is a best fit for you. Borrowed this one from the library and am glad.