Having a good posture is about more than looking good. It helps you to develop strength, flexibility, and balance in your body. These can all lead to less muscle pain and more energy throughout the day. Proper posture also reduces stress on your muscles and ligaments, which can reduce your risk of injury.
– Start on your hands and knees, with your knees as far as shoulders-width apart and big toes touching each other. – Crawl forward on your hands and extend your arms straight out toward the front of the mat. You can also drape your arms on the floor alongside your body. – Slowly start to drop your hips back to rest on your heels. – Rest your forehead on the floor. – Breathe here for 5–10 deep breaths.
– Stretch out the legs together by sitting on a flat surface – Bend at the waist until you touch the toes properly (remember the procedure should be slow for good effectiveness). You have to ensure that you are not bouncing while performing this step. – Touch the toes and uphold a similar posture for at least 20 seconds. – Your back must be flat during this exercise. – Try to repeat a similar exercise from 2 to 3 times daily.
1. Start on your hands and knees with your wrists directly under your shoulders, and your knees directly under your hips. Point your fingertips to the top of your mat. Place your shins and knees hip-width apart. Center your head in a neutral position and soften your gaze downward. 2. Begin by moving into Cow Pose: Inhale as you drop your belly towards the mat. Lift your chin and chest, and gaze up toward the ceiling. 3. Broaden across your shoulder blades and draw your shoulders away from your ears. 4. Next, move into Cat Pose: As you exhale, draw your belly to your spine and round your back toward the ceiling. The pose should look like a cat stretching its back...
– Start in a pushup position, with your arms straight. Press back through your heels so that the backs of your legs are active, too. – With your elbows underneath your shoulders, create space between your shoulders and ears so that there’s a slight stretch. Make sure your chest isn’t sinking and keep your shoulder blades back. – Do 3–5 rounds of 10 breaths, counting your breaths.