Watch out for the most vulnerable yoga moves

Watch out for the most vulnerable yoga moves

Yoga, as a fashionable weight-loss and fitness exercise, is deeply loved by the majority of working people, and it is the first choice for women to reduce stress and shape body.

However, some people will improve after practicing yoga and even get injured.

Ask your coach today to claim the right way to practice some common yoga moves.

  Instructor’s special tips: 1. Wear loose clothing when practicing yoga. The fewer objects you wear, the better. Items such as watches that can cause injury must be removed.

  2. Don’t go beyond the limits of your body. Learn to listen to your body’s cues. When you feel unusually uncomfortable, you should immediately relax.

  3, you should start with the initial movements, do not rush to imitate difficult movements, such movements are best done under the guidance of the coach.

  4, warm up before practicing, warm up the muscles, relax the joints, and have a rest after the end.

  5. Yoga practice must abide by the principle of “appropriate relaxation”. To truly achieve a leftward movement, we must do the same rightward movement to relax, that is, “there is a left, there must be a right, and there must be a front and a back”.

When completing a whole movement, there should also be relaxation between each movement, the time is about 5-10 seconds.

  The side waist and hips are easy to be injured during the dove-style exercises and should be completed gradually according to the physical condition. If the waist and eye position are painful during the rotation, the injuries should be reduced immediately.

  Side-supported exercises are easy to be injured due to pressure on the wrist and elbow joints. Trainees with tenosynovitis are best not to do this.

  The shoulder-stand type is a relatively dangerous action to break the body when danger occurs. Because the main load-bearing parts are the cervical spine and lumbar spine, practitioners with cervical spondylosis and lumbar dislocation are better not to do this.

Beginners should not imitate this movement, especially without the protection of a coach.

  As long as the triangle sieve is practiced, as long as you grasp all parts of the body to maintain a straight line, do not lean forward, generally not dangerous.

Most of the practitioners are due to trauma caused by bumps when they cannot support the ground.

  This pigeon pigeon style can relieve lumbar muscle strain and is very helpful for the lumbar spine.

Excessive force should be avoided during practice, which can cause injuries to the lumbar spine and cervical spine.

It is generally recommended that beginners use the Cobra style to complete this action, that is, with their legs flat and not raised, which can reduce the pressure on the lumbar spine.