Added by on August 6, 2013 This is a great movement to teach your hips how to lift their own weight. You will also strength the forearms and develop the core st…




  • yeeyoh 7 years ago

    Great looking workout.

  • KinoYoga 7 years ago

    Thanks for watching!! 🙂

  • kjkowalsk 7 years ago

    I have a hard time stacking my feet in side plank during practice, and usually lock one foot around the other, is this a possible modification? Love your videos, such an inspiration!

  • James Reyes 7 years ago

    Great yoga pose. thanks Kino. : )

  • KinoYoga 7 years ago

    Yes, that’s a possible modification for now :-)

  • rainnylove100 7 years ago

    thnx teacher

  • ree shanti 7 years ago

    Love your videos, Kino!!! Namaste

  • KinoYoga 7 years ago

    Thanks for watching! 🙂

  • MrKitharo 7 years ago

    Love all your videos about building up strength. I think it’s great to do some additional “work” from time to time to further improve the Ashtanga practice. Thank you and keep them coming 🙂

  • KinoYoga 7 years ago

    I’m glad you find the extra work useful! I definitely do too 🙂

  • MrsSenichka 7 years ago

    Great videos as usual. thank you so much Kino! Namaste 🙂

  • Sandra Gaw 7 years ago

    your feet is so beautiful!!

  • KinoYoga 7 years ago

    Super, thanks for watching!!

  • Bruceleekungfoo 7 years ago

    Kino = awesome ninja skills!!!! 🙂

  • momochi9 7 years ago

    Hi Kino, thanks again for your inspiring example…

    How do you structure these kind of supplementry exercises into your daily practice. For example, do you split your personal ashtanga practice and then these workouts into am/pm or hit it all at once?

    Thanks for your time.

  • KinoYoga 7 years ago

    What I usually do is do these exercises either in the morning before the practice or sometime in the afternoon. It really just depends on the day 🙂

  • KinoYoga 7 years ago

    Thanks! Hope it helps you get stronger :-)

  • Ashley Hurley 7 years ago

    What other supplemental exercising do you do? Is it just Ashtanga?

  • KinoYoga 7 years ago

    I just practice Ashtanga Yoga. The only additional things I do are movements like this that assist and compliment the asana practice. I like to go for walks if th weather is nice 🙂

  • Bruceleekungfoo 7 years ago

    Bigtime!! I do jiujitsu so this really helps!! Thanks again! 🙂

  • JayAllz3 7 years ago

    Does this help with overall body balance?

  • Sahm Cooper 7 years ago

    hi miss! my problem isnt the muscle strength at. im almost certain of that. if you remember i did approach you before with another question! i can do 15 obliqur crunches and even hold this asana for 90 seconds but i have to do a simpler variation. my problem is definitely balance. ive been at it for 6 weeks diligently. i see no improvements honestly. im continueing on optimism alone.

  • KinoYoga 7 years ago

    Keep practicing, it might take a few months to really learn balance properly in this posture, meanwhile be patient and most importantly remain calm and content along the journey.

  • KinoYoga 7 years ago

    Yes, it most certainly does help with balance.

  • Paul Mu 7 years ago

    good tips.ta ta

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  • SuperAlan369 7 years ago

    do this excercies only for women can men do it this excericise

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