By Vansh Tiwari
Straight and up both the legs, raise your upper body, and straighten your hands in your feet' direction.
Firstly, you have to Lye down on the ground straight. Then, slowly lift your upper body to your abdomen.
You must keep your back straight, supported by hands and legs, ultimately holding the position for some time —Full Plank.
Bend both the legs, hands going over and touching the heels and hold the position for some time.
Lye on the ground, raise your legs, catch the ankle from your hands, and lift your body upwards. Hold the position for some time.
One leg onto another's inner thigh, maintain your focus on a point to stand still for a few seconds. Also known as the Tree Pose.
One leg bent out and another at 45 degrees. Also, both the leg ankles should be in a straight line, hands up and join.
Towards the end or even in-between when changing to the next asana, your body requires rest for some time—Savasana.
Sincerely, I determined to give YOGA ASANAS a tighter look, therefore, I even went to Rishikesh for the betterment.
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