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Side Plank Pose is just the beginning.
The steadiness you'll gain in this practice will connect you to all aspects of your core—beyond just your muscles.
If you still cross your legs when you sneeze or situate your mat at the back of class "just in case," you can do more than just Kegels to recover.
If you’ve found yourself lying on the floor often over the past year-plus, this practice is for you.
And they take less than 15 minutes.
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Here are 10 yoga poses to help you recharge and strengthen your resolve.
Want to unleash the true potential of your middle? Turns out crunches—yes, the exercise you’ve avoided for years in favor of holding Plank—are key to a stronger core and more stable yoga practice. Discover how they can serve you in every pose.
This strong-core sequence will move you in every direction to work your middle from each possible angle, building strength and ease of movement, naturally.
Think of the word “core,” and terms like “hard" and “tight” likely come to mind. But the secret to a strong middle is actually to soften in your practice. This sequence shows you how.
Janet Stone, who will lead our upcoming Yoga for Moms online course, explains the importance of re-establishing your connection to your core after childbirth.
Did you hang up your boxing gloves when you found yoga? Now there's no need. BoxingYoga is attracting fans from inside and outside the ring, and it's about to throw a punch in the U.S.
Start to ease lower back discomfort and counteract the effects of too much sitting by swapping some of your standard Surya Namaskars for this core-focused variation.
Just in time for summer, here are Two Fit Moms' top 8 yoga poses to work the core.
Find length and stay centered to lift step by step into the One-Footed Pose dedicated to the Sage Koundinya I.
Try these subtle, yet safe tweaks to Chaturanga if you struggle with the pose.
"Four-Limbed Staff Pose" says it all. This pose becomes much easier when the rest of your body pitches in. Learn how to get the most out of this challenging pose.
Core strength will help you get through those difficult poses. You'll feel easier in your poses and more capable in your life.
Strengthening your side waist muscles may not eliminate your love handles, but it will unlock your pelvis and protect your lower back.