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February 28, 2006

Yoga Tips for Women: Crocodile

Crocodile- Easy to moderate pose. Use to work upper body and core.

1. Start in plank position with your wrist underneath your shoulders and spine in alignment.

2. Take a deep breath in and on the exhale while lowering your body closer to the floor. Be sure to keep your hips elevated.

3. Hold pose for three breaths.

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Posted by Dallas Personal Trainer at 8:55 PM

February 27, 2006

Yoga Tips for Women: Seated Twist

Seated Twist- East to moderate stretch for use when your body is warmed up. Stretches low back, spine and waist.

1. Start in a seated position with both legs out. Bring one knee up with your foot on the floor.

2. Place your opposite elbow on the outside of your knee, and twist your body at the waist.

Hold core tight, keep your spine straight, hold for 3 to 5 breaths and then switch sides.
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Posted by Dallas Personal Trainer at 8:54 PM

February 23, 2006

Yoga Tips for Women: Lying Down Spinal Twist

Lying Down Spinal Twist- easy stretch that works your lower back and stretch the glute. Great for relaxation.

1. Start out lying on the floor on your back. Bring one knee up to your chest and extend the opposite. Bring your knee across your extended leg and up and over your hip.

2. You should have feel the stretch in your glute. Taking deep breaths use your hand to gently pull your knee closer to the ground. Keep your core muscles tight and relax into the stretch.

3. Continue breathing for 5 to 10 breaths and then switch sides.

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Posted by Dallas Personal Trainer at 8:51 PM

February 22, 2006

Yoga Tips for Women: Incline Plank

Incline Plank – Moderate to tough position. Stretches entire front of the body. Strengthens glutes and arms. DO NOT do if you have shoulder problems.
1. Start in a seated position with your legs extended. Place your palms on the floor behind your glutes with your fingers pointed toward your body. Lift your hips by engaging your glutes.

2. Get your body into plank position by lifting up onto your feet and your hands. Keep your glutes and abs engaged. Keep your arms straight and relax your neck.

3. Hold for 5 breathes or until your arms are fatigued.

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Posted by Dallas Personal Trainer at 3:31 PM

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