A video guide to help you get stronger arms, shoulders and back for chaturanga and other arm balances. We will work mostly on the push muscles, targeting the triceps as these are the muscles that really work when doing chaturanga. We will also work on the back muscles so that you can maintain a straight spine when lowering down from plank to chaturanga. We will not be doing chaturanga, not even a modified chaturanga here. Instead, we will work on the muscles in the upper body that facilitate chaturanga.
P.S. You don’t have to finish all 30 reps. Use it mainly as a goal. Start from maybe 10 reps and work up to 30. Practice and all is coming.
Video recorded at Lim Hong Khu Medical Arts & Wellness Center, Tagbilaran City, Bohol
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