Chair Pose Or Awkward Pose (Utkatasana)

Chair Pose is also called Utkatasana, Awkward Pose, Hazardous Pose, Fierce Pose, Wild Pose, Lightning Bolt Pose. The pose is a squatting, strengthening, and heat-building yoga pose that brings all parts of your body together into a powerful and cohesive whole. The pose demands strength and stamina in your body and also focuses on your mind and breath.

Chair Pose

NOTE: Before you start this, consult your doctor or an exercise professional about this pose. Don't try to do it alone.

Tip To Do -

1 - Stand in a Mountain Pose. Take a deep breath in and raise your arms upwards until your biceps are just in front of your ears. Keep your arms parallel and your palms facing in or clasp them together.
2 - Taking a deep breath out, flex your knees till your thighs are as parallel to the floor as you can manage. Your front torso will make about a right angle with the tops of your thighs as your knees extend outward over your feet and your trunk leans forward over them.
3 - Press the tops of your thigh bones down toward your heels while keeping your inner thighs parallel to one another.
4 - Push firmly with your back and shoulder blades. Keep your lower back long by pointing your tailbone inside, into your pubis, and down towards the floor. Hold this posture for five to ten breaths. To release the pose, come to the mountain pose.

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The Advantages of the Chair Pose
1 - It engages muscles in your buttocks, hips, and thighs.
2 - Work on strengthening the muscles around your major joints, such as your hips, shoulders, ankles, and knees.
3 -  Build stability to protect your knee joint.
4 - Open your shoulders, chest and build heat in the body.
5 - Improve your breathing and develop your core strength.

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