The final posture in the spine strengthening series, Floor Bow Posture really defines what it means to stretch the body 360 degrees.

How to Do:
^ During the setup, make sure the distance between your knees and feet is within 
    shoulder width
^ Make sure to keep your wrists straight which is only possible by grabbing the feet with 
   your fingers, not your palms
^ Make sure your hips aren’t tilted to one side
^ Point or flex your toes toward the mirror, not the ceiling
^ Try to relax your neck and drop your head back as much as possible
^ Try to look for your toes and use equal strength in both legs to kick

^ Increases circulation to the heart and lungs
^ Improves oxygen intake
^ Opens diaphragm and expands the chest region
^ Improves respiratory conditions
^ Opens shoulder joint
^ Improves digestion
^ Helps to correct bad posture
^ Strengthens concentration and mental determination
^ Develops internal balance and harmony


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Prof: Koti Madhav Balu Chowdary

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