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Studio / June 2016
Maureen Quirk, Global Newsroom

Celebrating Fourteen Hours of Sunlight with Sunrise Yoga

With 14 hours of sunlight, summer solstice clocks in as the longest day of the year.

In typical Reebok fashion, we saw these added hours of daylight as an excuse (as if we needed one) to take our fitness outside yesterday. 

What better way to do so than with some sunrise yoga?

Bonus: the solstice coincided with International Yoga Day this year.

Fitness enthusiasts across the globe set their alarm clocks an hour early and took their practice to the mountains, the beach, and in the case of the U.S., even the monuments.

Madeline Dolente at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., USA

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Ira Dolfin at Tel Aviv Beach in Israel

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Allegra Deevasis at the Castello Sforzesco in Milan, Italy

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Mark Wilkinson at Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Canada

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Anna Kleb at Achalm in Reutlingen, Germany

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Show us how you took in the summer solstice by tweeting @Reebok

Studio / June 2016
Maureen Quirk, Global Newsroom
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