CBD yoga has become a popular fitness combination in New Jersey. Left, CBD oil seen at an expo in New York City. Right, yogis practice in the street during Yoga Fest Jersey City. (Patti Sapone & Aristide Economopoulos | NJ Advance Media) EDITOR’S NOTE: The billion-dollar medical marijuana, hemp and legal weed industries offer an economic opportunity unrivaled in modern N.J. history. NJ Cannabis Insider features exclusive, premium content for those interested in getting in on the ground floor or expanding their operation. View a sample issue. I’m a runner, and when I train for a race, I follow a strict schedule: putting in the daily miles, stretching, staying hydrated and keeping up on my carbs. But more athletes are stepping forward to say they use cannabis, either marijuana or CBD, as part of their regimen, both to help recover and to give them greater focus and enjoyment while exercising. It’s a trend that refutes the stoner-on-a-couch-shoveling-Cheetos-into-their-mouth stereotype. I gave it a try Saturday morning at Tribe Hot Yoga, a studio in Mantua Township, Gloucester County, packed with women in colorful and floral leggings, chatting cheerfully as they sipped hemp-inf...