Warrior 1 Pose
Every day we go through battles; Some are internal struggles and some are conflicts with those around. Regardless of the victory situation, you feel like you are celebrating. One way to do this is to hit the classic “victory”: the arms stretched to the sky and the chest rose. This position is very similar to that of a fighter in yoga – give 1 guerrilla and Warrior 2 Pose.
Both – guerrilla 1 and yoga, or Virabhadrasana 1 in Sanskrit, are very busy in a series of Sun B series that reaches weapons to the sky. Variant Warrior 2 Pose, or Virabhadrasana 2 in sanskrit, is just as strong and reaches the arms on one side.
How To Make Warrior 1 Pose (Virabhadrasana 1)
Start in a mountain pose. Spend your left foot three to four feet and place it at an angle of 45 degrees. Ideally, the angle of the left angle must be aligned with the right foot, but you can split your legs more to gain a broader support base. Hold your chest and hips in front of your carpet. Fold the front knee at an angle of 90 degrees directly to the ankle and move your fingers forward. Do not poke your knee around your ankle.
Enter the pose
Press the rear foot on the floor. Extend the spine and connect the kernel. Inhale your arms up and down with your ears, palms against each other.
Stabilize your legs by pressing your left thigh and firmly pressing the left heel on the stove. Place your chest and chair in front of the carpet. Hold your arms in line with your ears, hook your triceps and push your shoulders down and away from your ears. Look forward or face down.
Warrior 1 tips and edits
- If you are tense on your shoulders, you can take your arms in front of your ears.
- If the belt bends are tight, focus on lifting the hull, pelvis, and ribbing to prevent it from slipping into the bottom.
- To make warrior 1 more advanced, you can add the lumbar support by lifting the sternum, looking to the ceiling and touching the fingers together.
Advantages of Warrior 1 Pose
This position is praised as a large back, chest, and shoulder, stretching flexors and calves. It also reinforces spine extensions, shoulders, hamstrings, and quads. Warrior 1 is often used as a backup seat.
How to make Warrior 2 Pose (Virabhadrasana 2)
Start in a mountain pose. Spend your left foot three to four feet and place it at an angle of 45 degrees, so the left arc is aligned with your right foot. Fold the front knee at an angle of 90 degrees directly to the ankle and move your fingers forward. Do not poke your knee around your ankle. Put the chest and the frames on the left.
Enter the pose
Press the left heel firmly and close to the left thigh. Stay high and plug into the abs. When inhaled, you reach the left shoulder and the right shoulder forward so that they are parallel to the mattress in the “T” position with your palms down.
Look at your right fingers. Hold your knee in line with the other tip. Mount the shoulders directly on the chair (so that their ribs are centered, do not move forward or backward). Click on the shoulder strap.
Warrior 2 tips and edits
- This character may be more difficult for people with rigid frames and adductors, causing the knees and legs to move around alignment. Exercise the knee in the correct position and press the block against the wall.
- To deepen the posture, double the front leg even more so that the thigh is parallel to the ground. Press the flat rear foot against the floor firmly.
Advantages of Warrior 2 Pose
This pose creates a nice stretch in the ankles, legs, groin, and cuffs. It also requires that your feet, abs, shoulders, and shoulders reinforce all these muscles in the process.