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  • coonie18 4 years ago

    Thank you so much for posting this video and emphasizing the importance of NOT rounding the back. Most yogis don’t even talk about the importance of maintaining the lordosis of the lumbar spine, and this can be very dangerous. Over time, the intervertebral discs can tear if you bend forward by rounding the back and not hinging at the hips. Unfortunately I have ended up with a chronic injury due to improper yoga practice and I wish somebody had told me about this before. Awesome job!

  • butterfly1974able 4 years ago

    hey there just want you to know that I love your videos Im a Mom of 5 in my late 30s and I was wondering what types of arm exercises do you do to get the definition that you have I personally am using 8 pound weights but I dont go to the gym so all my workouts are done at home I have some definition but I would like to see alot more

  • Rachel Hammond 4 years ago

    Now, Im totally new to this, and in my hips and hamstrings at least, lack flexibility. When I do this pose with a straight back, I barely bend forward at all, I look as thought Im just sitting very straight. Is it still good for me to do this, or is there no point to it. How can I help my predicament? BY the way Bex, Im so glad I found your channel. x

  • Taras Balaban 4 years ago

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  • xenstrengthyoga 4 years ago

    hi rachel
    don’t worry about how far down you get. focus more on how it FEELS.. are your hamstrings activated? do you feel a stretch in your low back? If you do, then your good.. no need to go down any further until you’re ready.. ; )

  • Rachel Hammond 4 years ago

    Thanks.
    

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