Do you make these common mistakes when doing Mountain Pose?!? Change them and you'll notice a HUGE DIFFERENCE 👆🏽SAVE/LIKE if you found this useful and FOLLOW @muscleadviser for more fitness tips 👊🏽🏃🏾♀️ . . . Credit: @melisfit_ TIPS AND CORRECTIONS 1. In the first photo, her feet are turned out and her legs are not engaged. You NEED to keep your feet hip width apart and parallel and lift up through the arches of your feet. Imagine pulling your quads towards the sky and spinning your inner thighs towards each other! This uses your leg muscles more and will create a strong foundation for the rest of your body. 2. Tense and use your core to correct posture!! To get a true neutral spine and an engaged core you have to do a "tuck". Essentially a tuck is bringing your frontal hip points towards your rib cage and then pull your shoulders back and down. Envision knitting up your front side and pulling down your back side. 3. Don't have noodle arms and don't slump your neck. Think about rising up through the crown of your head and shooting energy out your finger tips! These counter actions will help pull your shoulders back and perfect your posture! . .
Feeling cute today.🙊 Well, apart from my hair; that's a bit of a mess. 💁 Today marks the first completed week of my workout! Woohoo! I'm so excited to continue this journey & become a fitter & healthier me. 👏 I will probably post before & after pictures as soon as I've completed my 2nd week.