Found July 03, 2012 on NESN.com:
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There are many ways to stay loose, limber and in shape during an offseason. Of course, those workout regimens aren't always fun or exciting. Leave it to Paul Bissonnette to put a new "twist" on working out in the offseason. The Phoenix Coyotes forward, who is more known for what he can do on Twitter than with a hockey stick in his hands, decided to take up yoga as part of his offseason workout schedule. Bissonnette enlisted the help of Amy Lynn Grover for his yoga endeavors, and in the process probably made self-proclaimed "yoga loving life coach" a mini-Internet...
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