Hand Exercises with Power Yoga

Namaskar I’m David at and welcome to Anand over Power Yoga for hands power yoga is a complete body workout it focuses on strength stamina flexibility and total fitness of your body power yoga for hands will not only strengthen the muscles of your hands. But also in the joints of your hands it will focus on your biceps triceps deltoids. And also the joints of your hands power yoga hands technique 8 you start this technique with this pseudo mascot position 1.

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I have a good backward Bend by stretching your hands behind. And come to the hip hinge position the knees are not going too much beyond your toes then come forward people talk then take the hands down one leg back. And come to the lunge pose stretch your back leg put the legs back. And come to the downward facing dog pose now from here you go to the plank pose in which the body the upper body is nearly parallel to the ground the buttocks are not allowed to go down and not take in too much up from this pose you go to the side plank then again come back to the plank.

And go to the other side you have this movement continuously for three four times more here you’re training your shoulder joints. And the wrists to get stronger and of course the muscles of your hands after doing it for about two three times you come back to the plan cause front line you have a good downward-facing dog pose good stretch from the downward facing dog pose come to the lunge pose then come up allow the hands to relax in this position the blood will go towards the hands we reduce the tiredness of the hands. And then come to the tabletop pose hip hinge fit in your back and have wonderful backward bend allow your hands also to get the stretch. And come out can initially start off with just three counts the count has to be counted in such a manner that one plank side plank other side plank is one like this three counts. And then build your capacity.

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