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Yoga Sequences 

Yoga Sequences



If you’re looking for something new in your workout, add yoga to your life. It helps you stretch and become flexible. Yoga has been around forever, and if you’ve never tried it, do! When I do my yoga, I feel better after each practice because of the meditation and silence. Once you become good at a sequence you can enjoy the practice more because of the breathing involved. The breath takes you from one pose to the next. I hope you try it today. 

If you are truly a beginner, here are the best poses for you to try out and practice before actually moving on to sequences. 

If you like to workout in the morning, I find these exercises are good for waking up the body and your circulation. 

When you begin doing series, or sequences of poses, make sure to have each breath move you from pose to pose with each inhale to exhale. Here is an example of a great first time flow.

If you have been practicing for a while and you are wanting a new workout program, I found two 20-minute workouts that have proven well for me. They’re not too intense, but they shaped up my arms, abs and legs quickly. 

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Just Plank It

Just Plank It

Try this Plank Workout for 2 Weeks:


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Time for Summer Bodies

It’s June now- time to kick it up a notch or two… Or three! Time to tone those abs and start showing muscle definition quick. Summer is right around the corner and it’s a lot more fun when you’re not worrying about if your stomach looks good or not. Instead, just shrewd those abs and show them off instead of being standoffish. I know we’ve gotten a late start -i.e. It’s June 4th, so we missed a few days, but if you start tomorrow, and workout abs for all of June, by July you’ll want to be showing off your mid-section! 






Dont forget that core!!!

“Core exercises improve your balance and stability.”


 

“Core exercises train the muscles in your pelvis, lower back, hips and abdomen to work in harmony. This leads to better balance and stability, whether on the playing field or in daily activities. In fact, most sports and other physical activities depend on stable core muscles.”


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