Warrior Pose 3 (Virabhadrasana III)

Virabhadrasana III is the third pose of the warrior pose series. In this pose, we have to stand on one leg and at the same time lift the other leg and stretch it horizontally. The one-legged balancing pose tones your abdomen and improves your body posture. It also helps to strengthen your shoulders and back muscles.

Warrior Pose 3

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 - Begin with Warrior Pose 1. Move forward to bring your body weight into your right foot and keep your left knee bent, your left foot up towards
2 - Straighten your right leg and position your torso parallel to the ground. Keep your torso moving forward to counterbalance your left leg lift and extend straight to your back. Your gaze is drawn downward to the ground.
3 - Extend your left leg up towards the ceiling while keeping your hips level. Your left hip should point towards the ground. Keep flexing your left foot and pointing your toes down. Keep engaging the muscles of your left leg.
4 - Bring your arms straight along your side when you are ready and keep bending your right leg like a Warrior I pose. Hold for four to six breaths.

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The Advantages of the Warrior Pose 3

1 - Increase your overall body stability.
2 - Increases the strength of your legs, ankles, back, feet, and abdominal muscles.
3 - It improves your body balance and helps with injuries from falls.
4 - Help to activate the bandhas for lightness and stability.
5 - Help to reduce stubborn fat from hips.

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