Low Lunge TwistWhole body
It's a workout that can develop your whole body's muscles, and it's also very good for burning calories, and the bigger you keep your posture, the more calories you burn!
1. Make sure not to put too much weight on your back knee. 2. If you have tight hips, keep your right knee bent to avoid any strain. 3. Avoid over-twisting your torso, and instead focus on keeping your core engaged and your spine straight.
1. Keeping your hips facing forward and your core engaged, twist your torso to the right and reach your left arm up towards the ceiling. 2. Place your left hand on the outside of your right thigh, and use your right arm to deepen the twist by pressing your right thigh into your left arm. 3. Hold the pose for 3-5 breaths before releasing and repeating on the other side.
1. As you twist your torso, inhale deeply and exhale as you press your right thigh into your left arm. 2. Focus on deep and steady breaths throughout the pose.
1. Begin in a low lunge position with your right foot forward and your left foot back. 2. Make sure that your right knee is directly above your ankle and your left knee is slightly bent and hovering above the ground. 3. Place your hands on your right thigh and keep your spine straight.