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The common sense of the positive position of the seven yoga postures turns out to be wrong? (attachment: correction principle)

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People often say that “common sense” is often wrong.

The same is true in yoga asana practice, such as the following seven: 1 The four pillars support the upper arm and lower arm at 90 degrees.

Many students or teachers require the four pillars support the arm at 90 degrees, but the problem is that if the shoulder is the same height as the elbow, the shoulder will bear great pressure, and even the shoulder rotates forward, and the triceps will exert excessive force.

A little higher can help open the chest and exercise abdominal strength.


In the four column support, the chest of the arm should face the ground.

In fact, the chest should be opened.

When the chest is opened, it will tilt a little forward and upward.


Before doing the wheel pose, support the ground with both hands, touch the ground on the top of your head, and clip your elbows in, which can help open your chest.

However, in order to open the chest, the shoulder blades need to be retracted.

At first, the shoulders are hard and the shoulder blades can’t be retracted.

At this point, you need to open your hand a bit, bend your elbow first, then adjust it, then straighten your elbows slowly, so that your elbows will move closer together.


In the tree pose, the raised knee should face the front side.

In the tree pose, the important thing is not the knee facing the front side, but the straightening of the hip.

Many students should keep their hips tight.

When their hips are upright, their knees are not facing the front side.


In Soldier 1, the heel should be aligned with the heel.

Similarly, the important point in Soldier 1 is to straighten the hip.

However, because the hip is tight, if the front heel is aligned with the rear heel, the hip cannot be straightened.

At this time, the feet should be slightly staggered, such as the inner side of the front heel is aligned with the inner side of the rear heel, or more open.


In the twist crescent, the triceps or elbow should be twisted outside the knee.

If you do it right, the twist can be deeper.

However, if the hips and spine are not soft enough, you can use your arms to help, but it will lead to arched back.

Torsion and flexion will bring a lot of pressure to the spine.

Sometimes more doesn’t mean better.

Keep the spine extended when twisting.

At this time, you can put your hands together instead of putting your hands on the ground.

This is actually healthier for the spine.


In the triangle, the lower hand should grasp the big toe in front.

In the classic triangle, especially in Ashtanga Yoga, the lower hand should grasp the big toe.

However, if the hips, legs and sides of the body are not stretched enough, grasping the big toe hard will make the two sides of the spine extend unevenly and squeeze.

While keeping the spine extended, put your hands on your calves, ankles or bricks.

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