An Introduction to Yoga. 

An Introduction to Yoga.

When we think about exercising, it is

When we think about exercising, it is normal for us to focus on weight loss or exercise that makes us look good. But we rarely pay attention to our back or overall health. It is essential to do this because by doing so, you guarantee good support in all areas. Try these Yoga postures, you may be pleasantly surprised 

CAT — Cow Posture.

This is one of the best exercises to warm up your body. Benefits are:  It improves the flexibility of your back, neck, and shoulders.

Lean on your hands and knees, inhale as you slowly arch your back as you bring your belly closer to the floor, and lift your head.  Stay there for 10 seconds. Subsequently, arch your back like a cat and contract your abdomen as you release air.  Do 10 repetitions.

Superman Posture.

This is an overall exercise. Benefits: You strengthen your back and glutes.

Lie on your stomach, extend your arms in front, and your legs back. It tightens the abdomen., simultaneously, raise arms, head, and legs. Hold 15 seconds and go down.  Do 12 to 15 repetitions

Donkey Kick Posture.

This exercise is great for working, almost your entire body. Benefits:  The abdomen and buttocks.

Get down on all fours, hands, and knees. By lifting your face forward, raise one arm and your opposite leg concurrently. The raised limbs and back should form a straight line. Hold 20 seconds, go down, and repeat on the opposite side.  Do 12 to 15 repetitions.

Triangle Posture.

This pose, also known as Trikonasana, strengthens the muscles in this area, as well as the neck, arms, chest, legs, and knees.  Added Benefits:   It helps the flexibility of the hips and spine.
Spread your legs slightly more than shoulder height and extend your arms. Point one foot forward and the other turn sideways to a 90-degree angle. With your arms extended, lower your torso towards the foot that points to the side and place your hand on this leg. Keep your back straight and your head facing the sky-pointing hand. Now pull your hip back and down. Do  7 repetitions per side.

V Sit Posture

In addition to giving your back a break, you will strengthen the abdominal part of your body. Believe me, it will be an exercise that your whole body. Benefit: it is also ideal for blood circulation.

Lie on your back, facing the ceiling, with your arms stretched out and close to your body. Raise your legs and push them up your head to raise your lower back, too. Lower your back taking care not to let yourself fall to the sides and before your legs touch the floor and go back up.  Do 15 to 20 repetitions.

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