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12 pictures tell you how different is the yoga postures doing yoga warm-up or not.
Practicing yoga, warm-up is very important, when warm-up, a lot of seemingly impossible style can do it.
A yogi personally did the experiment, warm-up before the body and warm-up 1 hour after the physical contrast, did not expect the difference is so big!
From touching only your toes to touching your hands to the ground.
The type of melting heart:
The back goes from stiff to soft
The type of camel:
From not catching a heel to putting it completely on the heel.
From hands to elbows
The type of monkey:
From the need for bricks to the ground
Standing side bends:
From the outside of the thigh to the outside of the knee
The type of lizard:
From hands to elbows
The type of legs hold arms back:
From bending to legs to straight legs
The type of herons:
Stretch from the arm to the bent elbow
The type of new moon:
From back and hip stiffness to softness
The type of reclining against a wall:
From less than 90 degrees to close to 180 degrees
The type of standing against a wall to split legs:
From away from the wall to close to the wall
It's like when iron is heated, it softens.
The same is true of the body, according to the target body, scientific step-by-step warm-up, the body corresponding parts of the joint opened, ligaments, muscles in place stretching, the body naturally did it.
Before you warm up, don't deny that you can't do a certain style.
Never underestimate your body's abilities.
Similarly, day after day exercises, is also "warm-up", every day progress a little, the body opena little, body strength increasead a little, and finally, found completely open, there is strength
As long as you find the right warm-up sequence and move towards the target body, it will come naturally.
As long as you find the right yoga practice method, stick to it day after day, and progress will come naturally.
You will find that the difficulty is not the style, the difficulty is persistence.