Warrior I

The Warrior I is great for mean because is stretches shoulders and hips; helps strengthen the upper and lower body.
To do the Warrior I you come into a Crescent Lunge with your right foot forward in the lunge. Spin your left foot particularly the toes to face the left wall and try to press your heel down.

Inhale while moving your arms above your head with your palms facing one another. Let your shoulder relax down your back, and bring your torso up and off your front thigh. Try not to let your knee extend beyond your front toes. Hold a minute at a time and repeat with the other side.

Why it’s good for you

Warrior helps increase a man’s strength and mobility in the knees, shoulders and hips. It’s a great pose for helping build stability in and around the knee for those high-impact workouts.

The Major Benefits of Warrior I Pose:

This pose again helps strengthen your legs, ankles, shoulders, back and arms. It helps open up your chest, lungs and hips. Is said to help with and in some cases improve stability, focus and balance. It not only helps strengthen key areas of your body but also helps stretch key areas; shoulders, legs, arms, neck, belly, ankles and the groin.

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