#3 : Upward Plank
While we’re still plaking let’s try another type, this one’s called “an upward” play sit on the ground with your legs straight in front of you and your hands behind you, then lift your hips while keeping your toes press to the floor.
The upward plank post stretches your upper body to improves your balance and strengthens your arms, legs, glutes and core , just like with the regular play : control your breathing to make it easier !
#4 : Bridge
Lay on your back with your knees bent up, Life your hips up towards the celling and hold this position, it’s pretty straightforward, hold it for the next 30 Seconds.
The Bridge is yet another essential pose for beginners, it manages to stretch both the front and the back of the body, it also improves blood circulation and digestion, Helps to relieve stress , opens the lungs and thyroid.
# Go to the next page : Take a Deep breath and let’s move the next poses #