Your Best Bridge Pose Ever? (Could Be Good For Your Back)
Always consult with your doctor or healthcare provider before trying any new exercise program.
Here’s a great tip, in my humble opinion, to help you get the most from your half bridge pose.
Be prepared to work because you may be accessing muscles you’re not currently activating.
First, try contracting your hamstrings because you want to get a feel for the muscles “driving” the pose. Once you get a feel for your hamstrings working …
1) Lie on your back.
2) Activate your Kegels (pelvic floor muscles).
3) Perform a posterior pelvic tilt.
4) Press and drag your heels isometrically toward your body.
5) Hold and breathe for five easy breaths. Repeat up to three times.
Be patient with yourself if you don’t get it right away.
Remember: it’s yoga “practice”, not yoga “perfect”
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