Please pay attention to the above for free.
We all know that yoga is important to adhere to, and don’t interrupt the practice easily.
However, if you encounter the following five situations, it is sincerely recommended to stop practicing.
01 severe cold or fever if you are only slightly unwell, practicing yoga can speed up the improvement of your body.
But if you have a serious cold or fever, don’t force yourself to practice again.
Because when a cold is hot, the body itself is very tired and weak.
Improper practice will aggravate the stress reaction of the immune system and is not conducive to the recovery of the cold.
For ordinary practitioners, what they should do now is to have a good rest and continue to practice after they recover.
02 stay up late and lack of sleep if you haven’t fallen asleep at three or four in the morning the day before, don’t force yourself to get up early and do morning exercises the next day.
After staying up late, the physical function will be greatly reduced, and the risk of various diseases will be increased.
At this time, it is suggested that you have a good rest in the morning, and you can arrange the practice in the afternoon or evening.
Moreover, don’t stay up late at night, which is more conducive to getting up early and doing morning exercises the next day.
03 severe cough or asthma when you have severe cough or asthma, practice in the pathological period will affect your breathing during yoga, and may even interrupt your practice.
At this time, don’t practice difficult postures.
You can do some simple meditation or stretching, and then practice again when you are well.
04 persistent muscle soreness high intensity exercises will cause muscle soreness, which is a good thing, indicating that your muscles are becoming stronger.
But if you have been suffering from muscle pain for several days, I suggest you rest for a few days first.
If you forcibly drag your body to practice, it may aggravate the pain of your muscles and weaken your interest in yoga.
The gain outweighs the loss.
05 lumbar spondylopathy or cervical spondylopathy in the period of pain and inflammation, yoga has the effect of physiotherapy and rehabilitation for shoulder, neck and waist discomfort.
However, if your lumbar spine or cervical spine has been damaged or is in the stage of severe pain and inflammation, it is not suitable for you to practice yoga alone.
If this happens, it is recommended to go to the hospital for examination first, and practice under the guidance of a professional teacher or a rehabilitation specialist.
Finally, share 10 Yoga variant movements to strengthen your core strength as a whole.
Hurry up to collect them and practice them! Action 1: put your hips on the ground, push your elbows back to exhale, tighten the core, bend your knees and lift the inside of your knees to hold the yoga ball to cooperate with your breathing, twist your hips left and right alternately, repeat 10-15 times.
Action 2: put your hands on the ground, kneel on your knees and put the yoga ball under your knees to inhale, slide your knees back to exhale, tighten the core, open your chest and push forward to inhale, restore, repeat 10-15 times.
Action 3: lie on your back, Put a yoga ball under the thoracic vertebrae to exhale, tighten the core, stretch the legs forward, straighten the insteps, inhale, bend the knees, hook the toes and repeat 10-15 times.
4 supine, bend the knees, press the yoga ball under the sole of the foot to exhale, tighten the core, roll the tailbone into the bridge to inhale, return the original, repeat 10-15 times.
5 supine position, place a yoga ball under the buttocks to inhale, bend the knees and lift up the exhale, tighten the core, Straighten the right leg forward, open the left hand to the outside, inhale, restore, exhale, and change the other side to the left and right alternately.
Repeat 10-15 times of action 6 oblique plate preparation, hold the yoga ball inside the knee to exhale, tighten the core, twist the left and right sides of the hip alternately, repeat 10-15 times of action 7 supine position, bend the knees and lift up, slightly retract the lower jaw, tighten the core, roll the tailbone, and inhale on the lower back, Rotate the pelvis forward and repeat 8 sitting postures for 10-15 times.
Breathe in with the legs horizontally separated by about two shoulders.
Stretch the hands forward and exhale flat.
Tighten the core.
Twist the body to the right side to inhale, restore and exhale.
Twist the other side to the left and right for one time.
Repeat 10-15 times for 9 actions: right hand on the ground and right knee on the ground.
Inhale on the side, left hand on the waist, left leg on the knees to exhale forward, tighten the core, and left hip to extend backward to inhale and restore, After repeating 10-15 times, switch sides.
Lie on the right side for 10 times, hold the yoga ball inside your feet to exhale, tighten the core, lift your legs to the left and inhale, restore, and repeat 10-15 times to switch sides..