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August 30, 2021

Hyperbolic stretching routine


What is hyperbolic stretching?

The creator of the program is Alex Larsson ‚?? a programmer in the past; the man quit his job to find his vocation in becoming a fitness and flexibility trainer.

The approach is being implemented in various yoga, martial art classes, and fitness establishments in different countries, but the main focus is paid in the US and Canada.

A fair warning: do not be triggered by its core system. It has two courses, one for women and one for men. I‚??m anticipating your questions here ‚?? there is nothing disrespectful in the system. The creator just considers differences between our anatomies and tailors exercises to suit them perfectly.

The traditional stretching plan lasts four weeks. If needed, the course is repeated. At a certain point, the stretching should no longer bring pain, and tension is gone.

Often, the lack of stretching stagnates your progress and doesn‚??t allow the full range of motion. So, what exactly does this program promise, and does it provide everything it promises?

In order to better understand about Hyperbolic Stretching Program, please click here.
Posted by      Candy M. at 9:06 PM CDT

What Do You Know about Mountain Pose or Samasthiti (Tadasana)?


Have you ever heard of Mountain Pose or Samasthiti (Tadasana)?

Description
The body is in the standing position, with the feet together and rooted into the earth. The weight of the body is evenly distributed on the four corners of the feet. The pelvis is tucked. The ribcage is lifted. The neck is a natural extension of the spine and the chin is slightly tucked toward the sternum. The shoulders are relaxed as they rotate back and down. The arms at your sides. The gaze is forward.

Benefits
Improves posture. Strengthens thighs, knees, and ankles. Firms abdomen and buttocks. Relieves sciatica. Reduces flat feet.

check this out to get full info about this yoga pose. Practice and be healthy!
Posted by      Candy M. at 8:54 PM CDT

How to do child pose (Balasana) in yoga


Bala = child

Goals: deep relaxation and rest between other asanas

How to Get Into It
Kneel on the mat and place your buttocks on your heels.
Tilt your tailbone a little and ensure your back is straight
As you exhale, lay your abdomen and ribs on the thighs
Rest your hands in one of the possible positions. Let your shoulders flow down.
Plant your forehead on the mat, relax and lengthen your neck. Relax your face.
Hold for not less than 1 minute or as long as you need to reconnect with your body and breathing.

Hand positions:
a) You can put your palms behind you, palms facing up to release the shoulders and neck
b) Putting hands in front of you helps to add a nice stretchy effect on the core and armpits
c) To relax your wrists after a handstand or all fours pose, put your hands in front of you, palms facing up.

Benefits
Relieves back pain
Gives a smooth stretch to the back, hips and relaxes the neck.
Helps to calm down emotionally and get a feeling of being safe and grounded in the body.

Is this pose safe? Check https://inshape.blog/yoga/poses-and-asanas/child-pose/ for full info. Thanks for visiting!
Posted by      Candy M. at 8:46 PM CDT




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