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Welcome to day 22! The four-limbed staff pose is really just a low plank. This pose shouldn’t be performed if you have wrist or shoulder injuries.
To perform: Beginning in plank pose. Inhale and shift shoulders forward slightly. Exhale, bend your elbows keeping them directly over your wrists. Slowly lower your body into a straight line. Your elbows should hug the body and your shoulders should be at a 90-degree angle from the elbows. Breathe slow and steady. Hold pose for 30 seconds then lower yourself to prone position.
Benefits of Four-Limbed Staff Pose:
- Strengthens arms & back muscles
- Increases flexibility & stability
- Improves endurance
- Engages abdominal muscles
Stay safe and have a great day! 😷 Come back tomorrow for another pose.
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