3 Yoga Poses To Increase Overhead Shoulder Mobility
1) Downward Facing Dog Pose (Dip)
2) Warrior I Pose (Warrior II Pose)
3) Half Moon Pose (Half Moon Cowgirl Pose)
Downward facing dog pose is one of the most popular yoga poses. It strengthens your back muscles and helps you improve your posture.
You can do it with or without any props. If you are looking for a great way to stretch out your spine, then try this pose!
You may think that you have no time to practice yoga poses but if you want to make them easier, then try this pose.
It’s very easy to perform and you will feel so much better after doing it. You can do this pose while lying down or standing up.
You don’t need any special equipment like a mat or a chair. Just lie on the floor and bend forward at the waist until your head touches the ground. Then slowly straighten your legs and hold for 5 seconds. Repeat this exercise twice daily for 15 minutes each day.
This pose is very easy to do. Stand normally and turn your feet outward.
Then bend your knees and keep your hands on your thighs. Breathe in deeply and hold the breath for 3 seconds. Then exhale and hold the air for 3 more seconds. Do this process 11 more times.
This pose will help you improve your shoulder flexibility. Stand normally with your legs together.
Slowly turn your right foot inward, keeping your left one straight. Then bend your upper body to the left. While keeping your arms close to your body, turn your head to the left too. Hold this position for at least 15 seconds.
You can do this pose while standing or sitting. This pose will help you improve shoulder flexibility and relieve back pain.
First place your right hand on your waist and place your left one on top of your right arm. Turn your shoulders outward. Hold for 5 seconds and then switch sides.
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