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9 in the morning yoga exercises help the body healthy, beautiful

Updated on July 25, 2016

Yoga brings great benefits to the health and beauty of each person. Characteristic of yoga exercises is the coordination between the movements lithe, flexible with breathing. Therefore, each movement always has the participation of the air conditioning makes blood inside muscle groups operating flexibility, burn fat, increase metabolism process, strict control of key change measure.

In the morning, fresh air is the best time to perform the exercises and said they practiced yoga in particular. Here are 9 typical exercises you should do in the morning to help mental clarity, flexibility and muscle building body smooth and tidy.

1. Kneel hunched

Posture legs kneeling on the carpet, hands on the front chest.

Movement: slowly lower buttocks heels watching two feet, head and face carpet look deep breath, hold your breath. Ordering countdown from 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 and then slowly push back the original posture.

2. Push the hips up high

Similar posture exercises 1, kneeling knees under the carpet and his hands over his chest.

Movements: From Exercise 1 return preparation posture, using force of arms and legs protruding buttocks pushed up. Combining a deep breath and hold your breath and count down from 5 to 1 then exhale and lunges back to the original position.

3. bending forward

Posture as the two exercises above, kneeling knees and elbows forward.

Movement: from exercise 2, slowly taking two toe pushed forward, first passing through his hands and gave up, chest sticking out the front. Inhale deeply and hold their breath, perform from 5 to 1 countdown, then pushed backwards in the original position.

4. Bending leg held behind

This time kneeling posture carpet knees down, hands on the front.

Movement: Taking the straight up, hands over his head and brought down to the hold on my heels.Outstretched behind head, breathe deeply and hold their breath combine countdown from 5 to 1 and then return preparation posture.

5. Bending them back

Posture at all discouraged perpendicular to front, left leg straight behind, hands on hips.

Action: Use people thrust forward and upward, his hands clasped over his chest and put up all the way down. Inhale deeply and hold your breath, count down from 5 to 1 and exhale then return the original position.

6. We pulled leg

Slack posture perpendicular to the front right leg, left leg back against the pillow.

Movement: Co left leg up, left hand combination put behind grabbed stretched left instep. The right hand placed on the right thigh, inhale deeply and hold their breath, the countdown from 5 to 1 and then release, then switch to the right leg.

7. Bending backwards

Standing posture with legs extended shoulders, loosening his hands to his sides.

Action: Use as cylindrical legs, arms upraised and bend around to the back of his hands down the carpet. Inhale deeply and hold your breath, count down from 3 to 1 and slowly bending heads up.

8. Lie on your back foot pulling

Supine posture on carpet, legs straight, hands parallel sides.

Movements: left leg kept straight, right leg elevated, and holding her arms straight up, holding your nose right foot. Combining the right foot and hold a deep breath, hold and count down from 5 to 1, then put his right foot drop off initial position. Continue to implement the reverse movement with the left leg.

9. Stand rear legs

Upright posture, with legs extended shoulders, relax your hands on either side.

Action: Use the left leg as a pole, right leg slowly shrink to the back, giving the rear right hand grabbed her right leg. Upraised left arm forward, the front rise and hold a deep breath, count down from 3 to 1 and then drop down to the right foot. Perform actions on the reverse with the left foot.

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