Why it works: This classic backbend tones your arms, upper back, thighs, and tush. Get more out of it: To add more definition to your upper body, do backbend push-ups. While in this pose, bend your elbows and lower your head toward the floor, and then straighten your arms. Repeat as many push-ups as you can. To more effectively tone your thighs and glutes, step your feet together and raise one leg in the air. Source: Jenny Sugar at Laughing River Yoga Studio
Inversions work your core because it takes so much effort to keep your body balanced, but this version of Headstand, where your legs are parallel to the floor, works your core even more. Bound Headstand also tones your upper back. Instead of holding your legs in this position, try Headstand Crunches. Slowly lower your feet all the way to the floor, and before touching the ground, slowly raise them up coming into full Headstand. Continue lowering and raising for as many reps as you can,
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10 yoga poses to help you look good. Why it works: Extended Standing Straddle looks super easy, but holding your upper body parallel to the floor is one of the best ways to tone your core, arms, and legs. Get more out of it: Shift your body weight forward into your toes to make your legs work harder.
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