In yoga class, when they start to do the one leg standing balance pose, they begin to be restless.
The breathing starts to become rapid, the ankles shake from side to side, trying to find balance, and the toes unconsciously grasp the ground.
How can one elegantly maintain one leg balance pose? Simply put, just keep it in the right position.
But the positive position is simple to say but difficult to do.
Here are three key points for students to summarize: 1 Find the key words of foot stability: big toe, little toe, arch of foot.
First lay the foot flat on the mat.
Press the mat down with the toe ball, especially the big toe ball.
Keep this action, and let the little toe ball press down.
Start the muscle, lift the arch of foot, and press the inside of the foot.
These actions can help stabilize the bone of the foot, support the ankle joint, and start the calf muscle.
At the same time, the leg that is not on the ground should also do these details.
a strong and stable knee is the key.
Knee stability is very important for the single balance asana and the conversion between asanas.
To activate the front thigh muscles, lift the knee· Standing on one leg, activate the hip muscles on the side of the supporting leg to stabilize the pelvis· The supporting legs should be forcefully straightened, and the thigh muscles should be activated to make the hips free· Activate the front thigh muscles and lift the knee.
starting the core stabilization can stabilize the spine and upper body, which is conducive to stability in the single leg balance pose· Activate the lower abdomen muscles, stabilize the pelvis, support the back, and strengthen the connection between the lower abdomen and the hip joint· Activate strong and stable muscles around the lumbar spine· Take a deep breath, expand the chest, activate the upper back muscles, and stabilize the lower ribs.
Drop your shoulders back and extend your spine…