7 Yoga Postures for Weight Loss To Feel Your Best

Yoga: the dog upside down

The dog upside down
Begin the chaining with the dog’s posture upside down: hands and soles of feet firmly anchored to the mat; imagine a string tied to your tailbone lifting your back in the air. Make sure your hips are high and reclining. You must keep your center contracted (as if you are pressing your belly button into your spine). Your hands should be firmly on the ground, and your heels should be pushed as close to the ground as possible. “Every muscle has to work,” says Young. “Take deep breaths – inhale and exhale – to warm up your body. ”


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