Humble Warrior Pose (Baddha Virabhadrasana)

Humble Warrior Pose, also called Baddha Virabhadrasana, Virabhadra Mudra, and Bound Warrior Pose, is the fourth pose of the warrior pose series. The pose is a forward-bending pose. This pose is for flexibility in the hips, thighs, shoulders, and back. This asana name derives from the Sanskrit roots baddha, which means "bound," vira, which means "hero," bhadra, which means "friend," and asana, which means "position". It gives you a deep stretch in your hamstrings that creates more space for opening your hips.

Humble Warrior 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 - Start with Warrior Pose 1. Put your right leg in front of you and bring your hands behind you.
2 - Join your fingers, inhale, open your chest, and draw your shoulders down and back. Don't tighten too much and feel free to release the palms from one another while keeping your fingers interlaced.
3 - Fold your torso down slowly while keeping your legs strong. Move the front inner thigh roll upwards and take the fold even deeper. Hold for four to six breaths.
4 -  To release this posture, as you breathe in, raise your torso. Step your feet together and exhale while letting your arms go. 

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The Advantages of the Humble Warrior Pose 
1 - Assists in reducing mental stress and anxiety.
2 - It helps to alleviate symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome in the forearms and wrists.
3 - Open your chest and hips.
4 - It strengthens your thighs, feet, and calves and lengthens your spine.
5 - Help to improve your body balance.

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