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Health / Re: Everything about Aerobics
« Last post by Non-SEO on August 31, 2021, 05:42:24 PM »
Common Sports Injuries

I'm afraid of injuries. So I want you to be careful and to have a good life without injuries! Learn about the common sports injuries!

An aerobics trainer must be well aware of the common injuries that can occur while exercising. Injuries are a common problem while working out in the gym and a general awareness and knowledge about injuries can not only help to avoid them but also in the recovery process. If you come across a gym injury, only advise medication or attend to the injury if you are sure that you know what the problem is. The human body is a very complex "machine" and many a time, an injury can be severer than it appears to be. Therefore, be very careful. If you suspect a serious injury, call for the emergency services.

1. Back Injuries

Up to 80% of some people suffer a back injury at some time of their lives. The most common cause is usually a sprain of the back muscles due to wrong posture. Once a back injury has taken place, it takes time to heal. So, the best possible alternative is to prevent the injury in the first place through correct exercises and proper posture.

Proper Posture of the Body:

An individual must be careful about his or her posture at all times.
The following postures are wrong postures:

- Slouching i.e. not standing or sitting in an upright position.

- Rounding or forward drooping of the shoulders by letting them hang loose.

- Forcing the back into positions where the normal S curve of the back is not properly maintained as when sitting on a deep cushioned sofa for long hours.

- Holding the head too far forward.

- Letting your belly hang loosely forward and putting undue pressure on the spine.

- Not keeping legs straight while standing.

- Sleeping on a mattress that is too soft or too hard.

- Sleeping on your stomach for long hours.

One of the most common fallouts of a bad posture is a muscle strain of the back. A muscle strain or a rupture of the back muscle is the same as the rupture of a muscle in any other part of the body. The rupture can occur due to a wrong exercise or over straining of the back muscles. A wrong posture for a long period of time has the effect of weakening the back muscles, and is one of the main reasons why back muscles get strained. A wrong posture leads to a stiff back (muscle spasms), which then results in the straining of the back muscle.

Muscle tears in the back are graded "1", "2", and "3".


A. The characteristics of a grade 1 muscle tear are:

None or little swelling.

Can walk properly.

Feeling of tightness in the back.

Grade 1 tear can usually be treated at home through a simple massage and by not exercising. If there is no pain while exercising, it can be continued.

B. The characteristics of a grade 2 muscle tear are:

Shooting pain while moving possible.

Inability to walk possible.

Swelling of the area.

Pain on pressing

It is best to see a doctor for a grade 2 tear and stop all exercises.

C. The characteristics of a grade 3 muscle tear are:

Severe pain

Severe swelling that appears as soon as the injury takes place.

Inability to walk.

Swelling when the muscle contracts.

It is a must to see the doctor for a grade 3 muscle tear. The doctor may prescribe massages or even advise surgery in certain cases.

Lower Back Pain (Lumbago)

Lower back strain is a common form of back problem which can result from sports activity. The exercise activity must be immediately stopped if there is a severe lower back pain or a discomfort in the lower back while exercising. The back is a vital part of the human body and supports the body. Therefore, no chances can be taken if a back injury is suspected. Lower back pain or injury usually takes place due to the wrong lifting of a load or twisting of the back at an impossible angle. The pain in the lower back is due to muscle sprains and also due to the trapping of nerves by the sprained muscles. Usually, the pain goes away in a couple of weeks.

The symptoms of lower back pain are:

Pain in the lower back which does not go down to the legs.

A straightening of the back due to stiffness and loss of the normal S curve of the back.

Common treatment of lower back pain includes:

Resting in bed.

Applying heat to the area.

In case lower back pain occurs, exercise cannot be continued, and bed rest is advisable till the pain goes away. If the pain becomes too severe or does not go away, the doctor should be consulted. The lower back pain may be quite intense and may require aspirin or anti-inflammatory medication. Physical therapy may be required during which the doctor will prescribe heat, electrical stimulation or massages. In severe cases, traction may also be applied to realign the vertebrae.

2. Neck Injuries

Pain only in the neck region (Cervicalgia)

Pain in the neck region (cervicalgia) that does not radiate outwards is quite common . This pain is usually due to a muscle tear in the neck region.

Symptoms of cervicalgia

Sharp pain in the neck region.

Pain when turning the head side ways or backwards.

A nagging ache in the neck region.

Common treatment of cervicalgia include

- Application of ice to the painful area especially if the problem is muscular in nature.

- Wearing a collar to support the neck.

- Seeing a doctor, who would most probably prescribe a muscle relaxant.

Pain in the neck region that radiates to the shoulders and arms

Neck pain which also passes to other areas of the body is usually due to trapped nerves in the neck as a result of muscle spasms or disk damage.

Symptoms

- Pain in the neck that radiates to the shoulders or arms.

- The pain also moves to the head region.

- There could be dizziness and headaches.

Common treatment for Radiating Neck Pain

- Taking anti-inflammatory medicines.

- Rest and wearing a collar.

- Seeing a doctor, who would first reduce the inflammation and pain and then suggest neck exercises.

3. Bursitis (Students' Elbow)

This problem occurs at the tip of the elbow where there is a small sack of fluid called the bursa. This fluid is used for lubricating various surrounding tissues. If you accidentally hurt the region or lean on the elbow for long hours, it could lead to bleeding or inflammation in the bursa which results in swelling of the tip of the elbow.

Symptoms

- Reduced mobility of the elbow.

- Pain and swelling of the elbow

- Possibility of pain even without moving the elbow.

Common treatment for bursitis in the elbow

- Rest the elbow.

- Apply ice to the affected area.

- See a doctor, who may remove the fluid from the elbow, bandage the region or even perform surgery if required.

4. Sprained or Twisted Ankle Injuries

In proper medical lingo, a ligament is sprained, and an ankle is sprained. This type of injury is most common when you are not wearing the right type of shoes, or your ankle twists at an unnatural angle during sports or while walking.

Three degrees of ligament sprain:

First degree

Some stretching or tearing of the ligament.

Little or no joint instability.

Mild pain and swelling.

Some joint stiffness.

Second degree

Some tearing of the ligament fibers .

Moderate instability of the joint.

Moderate to severe pain .

Swelling and stiffness.

Third degree

Total rupture of a ligament .

Complete instability of the joint .

Severe pain and severe swelling .

Common treatment for ankle injuries

The ankle injury should be rested and treated with ice to reduce the swelling. If you see a doctor, he could prescribe anti-inflammatory medicines or, in more serious cases, laser treatment and massages leading to a full rehabilitation program.

5. Total Rupture of the Achilles' Tendon

The Achilles' tendon is a delicate tendon at the back of the heel. Injuries to this tendon usually occur due to sudden movements that exert a force behind the lower leg.

Symptoms of a total rupture are

A complete rupture of the tendon is accompanied by intense pain, and you can even hear the snapping sound of the tendon. You will not be able to stand on tip toe or walk normally after the injury.

Common treatment for Achilles Tendon

You can try to reduce swelling with ice. This injury requires surgery for treatment and you must get the casualty to the hospital. The quicker the casualty is operated the better are the chances of a full recovery.

6. Cramps of the Calf Muscles (Gastrocnemius or Soleus)

Cramps may be caused due to a number of reasons such as dehydration, low salt intake, low carbohydrate levels or over training. A very common area where cramps take place is the calf muscle. The cramps lead to an involuntary contraction of the muscles accompanied by pain. Severe cramps can also tear the muscle fiber, and should be treated quickly.

Common treatment for cramps

Stretch and massage the affected muscle to relieve pain. Take some salt mixed in water. An increase in the blood flow of the area helps to reduce the pain. A doctor will also prescribe massages.

7. Shin Splints (Periostitis)

This injury is caused due to overuse of the affected area. Shin splints is the name given to the pain at the front of the lower leg due to a swelling in the sheath surrounding the bone. This injury is usually caused due to too much impact on the feet during running or jumping. The injury is characterized by pain, swelling, lumps on the bone and pain when turning or bending the foot up or down.

Common treatment for shin splints

Treat the swelling with ice. A person with shin splints should rest and not use the affected area for exercising. Sitting exercises can be continued. A well padded shoe will help. A doctor may prescribe anti-inflammatory medication apart from massages to reduce the swelling and tone up the area.

8. Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (including CMP or Chondromalacia Patellae)

Patellofemoral pain syndrome is the name given to the pain in and around the knee-cap caused due to injury below the knee-cap. This pain surfaces when bending the knee and is also characterized by swelling and degeneration of the quadricep muscles. This injury is usually caused due to rubbing of the bones below the knee cap and in some instances, due to injury. This injury should be treated quickly. The injury is common among people with feet that roll in and people who have weak quadriceps.

Common treatment for patellofemoral pain syndrome

Treat the injured area with ice to reduce the swelling and rest the knee. A knee support band will help take the load off the knee. A doctor may prescribe anti-inflammatory medicines and a rehabilitation program that could involve exercises to strengthen the quadriceps.

9. Hamstring Strain (Tear of the Hamstring Muscles)

A hamstring strain is due to a tear in the hamstring muscles and is caused by a sudden movement (such as starting a sprint race) or by too much load on the hamstring. The injury leads to the hamstring muscles going into spasms with a lot of pain and swelling. If the rupture is very bad, you may feel a gap in the muscles.

Strains are graded 1, 2 or 3 depending on the severity

Grade 1 strain:

This is the least serious strain and is basically a micro tear in the muscle. The casualty can walk and there may be some tightness in the thigh. There may not be any swelling. If the casualty lies on his/her stomach and tries to bend the knee against gravity, it will not cause pain. A grade 1 strain is usually treated with a bandage.

Grade 2 strain:

This strain is more serious and is a tear in the muscle. The casualty cannot usually walk properly and there may be shooting pain in between the movements. There will be swelling and pain on pressing the area. If the casualty lies on his/her stomach and tries to bend the knee against gravity, it will cause pain. The casualty may not be able to fully straighten the knee. This injury is treated with ice and rest (crutches), and takes up to 10 weeks to cure.

Grade 3 strain:

This strain is the most serious and is a large tear in the muscle. The casualty cannot walk without crutches and experiences pain. There will be swelling and pain on pressing the area. If the casualty lies on his/her stomach and tries to bend the knee against gravity, it will cause pain. The casualty may not be able to fully straighten the knee. This injury is treated with ice and rest (crutches), and takes up to 15 weeks to cure. A doctor may suggest a rehabilitation program.

10. Impingement Syndrome (Swimmer's Shoulder / Thrower's Shoulder)

This injury takes place when the rotator cuff tendons get trapped in the shoulder joint. This injury could be caused by sudden shoulder movements or an accident and leads to a pain in the shoulder when the arm is lifted higher than the horizontal level or when it is lifted quickly. This problem can get chronic. So, quick treatment is advised.

11. Rotator Cuff Injury

This injury occurs in the shoulder muscles that help to rotate the shoulder outwards and inwards. Sudden and jerky movements of the shoulder usually cause this injury. This injury is accompanied by pain when the arm is raised above the head and when the shoulder is rotated outwards.

Common treatment for rotator cuff injury

The shoulder should be rested for as long as there is pain and the swelling should be treated with ice. The doctor may prescribe anti-inflammatory medicines or a rehabilitation program. In most cases, 3-4 days of rest cure the problem. This injury can be avoided by outward rotation of the arm and shoulder exercises.
 
  Stay safe!!!
 
Disclaimer: The information contained in here is solely for educational purposes on the given subject. It should not be considered a medical advice nor should it be used as a substitute for medical advice and expertise of a physician, physiotherapist or a dietitian.
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Health / Re: Everything about Aerobics
« Last post by Non-SEO on August 31, 2021, 03:48:00 AM »
Step Aerobics Injuries

About the injuries:

The incidence of injury during aerobic dance (including step aerobics) is high. Majority of the injuries occur in the lower body and are related to stress on the joints. The injury risk is heightened when the muscles are fatigued. You can read about treating injuries related to sports more and learn well.

Common injuries during step aerobics.

1. Stress fractures in the foot or the shin bone. These occur as a result of the pounding of the foot hard on the floor or the bench.

2. Overuse injuries: Due to the repetitive nature of the exercises during step aerobics, overuse injuries can occur. The most common are ligament tears and stretches, especially of the knee. Always avoid twisting or over impacting the knee joint.

Floor related injuries: The type of floor can greatly contribute to injury during step aerobics. High impact exercises should be carried out on a floor which has a cushioning property or on a wooden surface. Special floor surfaces for sports are the best choice. Furthermore, the floor must not be slippery as it can also lead to injury.

Step height: The height of the step greatly increases or decreases the intensity and impact of the exercise. The height should be adjusted according to the fitness level of the trainee as well as his/her previous experience in step aerobic exercises. It is best to avoid setting the step height to an angle that is larger than the one that requires the knee to bend more than 60 degrees. In no case should the step height be set at an angle that requires the knee to bend more than 90 degrees.

Guidelines for Step Aerobics Training

1. Ensure that each trainee has enough space to move around in. The stepper should be placed in the middle of an empty area measuring 5 feet by 5 feet. Any loose articles or equipment lying on the floor can prove to be a safety hazard.

2. Use a stepper to show the class how to execute the exercises and ask the students to follow along. Keep a close watch on the activities of each trainee and make sure that your speed is not too fast as it can result in jury to the new trainees. Instruct new trainees not to increase the height of the step as this can be done at a later stage.

3. Start the training program with a warm up and stretching session. The first 10 minutes should be used to warm up and stretch the body. This can also involve very basic exercises using the stepper such as Tap up, Basic left and Basic right. Always keep an eye on the class during the warming up period, especially on the new trainees.

4. While demonstrating various exercises, you might have to reposition your stepper board so that the trainees can see the exercise clearly from a good angle of vision. Make sure that you demonstrate the correct technique for each exercise.

5. After the warm up, choose exercises starting from basic movements through intermediate exercises and then go on to complex exercises. You can add arm movements at the peak intensity stage to increase the heart rate of the trainees.

6. End the step aerobic session (which should not last more than 25-30 minutes) by going through a cool down period which could involve one or more of the following cooling down techniques:

a) Lowering the height of the stepper.
b) Putting on a slower music that reduces the speed of the exercise.
c) Switching over to basic exercises.
d) Eliminating arm movements altogether.


Disclaimer - The information contained in this thread is solely for educational purposes on the given subject. It should not be considered a medical advice nor should it be used as a substitute for medical advice and expertise of a physician, physiotherapist or a dietitian.
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Eastern things / Re: Suggestions and concerns for this board.
« Last post by Non-SEO on August 31, 2021, 01:24:24 AM »
A friendly reminder: September is coming... the fall (autumn) is coming. Delphine is coming?
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PR (PageRank; Page Rank) / Re: How to improve the organic rank of site in Google???
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Define keyword list, Always make good content, Optimised page titles, write the best meta description.
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Health / Re: Yoga poses. Some personal view.
« Last post by MSL on August 30, 2021, 07:28:45 PM »
 20. The Reclining bound angle pose is easy and I like it very much.
 21. The Core twist pose is also easy and I like it too.
 22. The Happy baby pose is easy. I can do it almost well.
 23. The Supine pigeon pose is very easy. I tried it right now. I do it well.
 24. The Reclining hand-to-big-toe pose is not very difficult, but I still can't do it well.
 25. The Mountain poses are easy. I like all of them and I can do them well.
 26. The Wheel bond position is very difficult.
 27. The Tree positions are easy. I like them all and I can do them well.
 28. The Eagle position is not very difficult. I can't do it very well, but I like it.
 29. The Horse face position is not very difficult, but I can't do it well.
 30. The Dancer position is difficult.
 31. The Split position is easy for many people, but still not for me.
 32. The Intense stretch position is not that difficult, but I can't do it well.
 33. The Fire fly position is difficult.
 34. The Shooting bow position is difficult.
 35. The Lotus position is easy.
 36. The Perfect position is even easier. I like it very much.
 37. The Thunderbolt position is easy and I like it.
 38. The Back stretching position is not difficult, but I still can't do it well.
 39. The Bound lotus position is not very difficult for many people, but it's difficult for me.
 40. The Little thunderbolt position is difficult.
 41. The Fish position is not very difficult, but I can't do it well.
 42. The Stoop position is not very difficult too, but I also can't do it well.
 43. The Cock position is very difficult.
 44. The Elevated lotus position is difficult.
 45. The Peacock position is difficult too.
 46. The Half spinal twist position is not very difficult, but I can't do it well.
 47. The Cow face position is difficult.
 48. The Irascible sage position is very difficult.
 49. The Lion position is very easy.
 50. The Foetus position is very difficult.
 51. The Crane position is not very difficult, but I still can't do it well.
 52. The Extended one-legged position is very, very difficult.
 53. The One-legged head position is very, very difficult too.
 54. The Pigeon position is difficult.
 55. The Tortoise position is difficult.
 56. The Extended forward bend position is not very difficult, but I still can't do it well.
 57. The Advance tortoise position is very difficult.
 58. The Knot position is very difficult too.
 59. The Camel position is difficult as well.
 60. The Cobra position is easy. I like it.
 61. The Crocodile position is easy too. I also like it.
 62. The Bow position is not very difficult, but for me it's still difficult.
 63. The Two-headed bird position is difficult.
 64. The Royal pigeon position is difficult too.
 65. The Big toe bow position is difficult as well.
 66. The Full locust position is very difficult.
 67. The Reverse locust position is very difficult too.
 68. The Plow position is not very difficult.
 69. The Raised feet position is easy. I like it.
 70. The Corpse position is very easy.
 71. The Ear pressure position is difficult.
 72. The Wind releasing position is very easy. I like it.
 73. The Bridge position is not very difficult.
 74. The Wheel position is not very difficult too.
 75. The Supine stride position is difficult for me.
 76. The Sleeping Yogi position is very difficult.
 77. The Inverted position is very easy and I like it very much.
 78. The Headstand position is not very difficult, but I don't like to try it.
 79. The Dancing peacock position is difficult.
 80. The Shoulder stand position is very easy and I like it very much.
 81. The Scorpion position is difficult.
 82. The Tree Facing down position is not difficult, but I don't do it.
 83. The Locust posture is not very difficult, but I can't do it well.
 84. The Supported inverted position is easy. I like it very much.
 85. The Full wheel pose is very difficult.
 86. The OM podr is very, very difficult.
 87. The Half cobra pose is very easy. I like it.
 88. The Mill churning pose is very easy. I like it too.
 89. The Half bound lotus standing forward bend pose is difficult.
 90. The Standing head to knee pose is not very difficult, but I still can't do it well.
 91. The Deepanasa is very difficult.
 92. The Head to toe pose is difficult.
 93. The Hare pose is not very difficult.
 94. The Samkhyasana is very, very difficult.
 That's it for now. In the future I'll be able to do well many of these yoga positions. I hope so.
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Health / Yoga poses. Some personal view.
« Last post by MSL on August 30, 2021, 05:43:39 AM »
 I'll review these yoga poses and I'll give you my personal view.
1. The Warrior poses are easy. I like them all.
2. The Wide legged forward bend pose is still difficult for me.
3. The Downward-facing dog pose is easy. I like it.
4. The Upward-facing dog pose is easy too. I also like it.
5. The Low lunge pose is easy. I like it.
6. The intense side stretch pose is difficult for me.
7. The Garland pose is easy. I like it.
8. The Chair pose is a very easy one. I like it.
9. The Triangle pose is not very diffeicult, but I still can't do it well.
10. The Bound angle pose is not so difficult, but I still can't do it.
11. The Staff pose is very easy and I like it very much.
12 The Hero pose is not very difficult for me. I think I like it.
13. The Heron pose is not very difficult, but it is difficult for me... still.
14. The Boat pose is not very difficult for me. I like it.
15. The Wide-angle seated forward bend pose is really difficult for me.
16. The Downward facing frog pose is not very difficult and I like it.
17. The Half frog pose is very difficult for me.
18. The Sphinx pose is easy and I like it.
19. The Four-limbed staff pose is easy too and I like it too.
 To be continued...
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Social network | SEO - Social network / Re: The nicest place on the Internet
« Last post by Alexa on August 29, 2021, 06:39:31 PM »
But which one could be nicer? Maybe no one. Are you reading well the thread? Sure you do. :) You know... it's about many of our positive sides.  8) Welcome to the nicest place on the Internet! :-*
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Health / Re: Everything about Yoga
« Last post by Alexa on August 29, 2021, 06:35:38 PM »
Have a list of the yoga asanas and other yoga things:

Tadasana – Mountain Pose
Garudasana – Eagle Pose
Vrikshasana – Tree Pose
Siddhasana –Perfect Pose
Padmasana – Lotus Posture
Sinhasana – Lion Pose
Vajrasana – Thunderbolt Pose
Uttanpadasana – Raised Foot Pose
Shavasana - Corpse Pose
Halasana – Plow Pose
Makarasana – Crocodile Pose
Dhanurasana – Bow Pose
Bhujangasana – Cobra Pose
Shirshasana – Headstand Pose
Sarvagasana – Bridge Pose/Shoulder Stand Position
Adhomukha Vrikshasana – Handstand
Anuloma-Viloma Pranayama – Alternate Nostril Breathing
Ujjayi Pranayama – Loud Breathing
Suryabhedana Pranayama – Right Nostril Breathing
Bhastrika Pranayama – Bellow Breathing
Shitali Pranayama – Tongue Hissing Breathing
Sitakari Pranayama – Teeth Hissing Breathing
Bhramari Pranayama – Nasal Snoring Breathing
Moorchha Pranayama – Swooning Breathing
Plavini Pranayama – Floating Breathing
Kumbhaka – Breath Retention
Kapalbhati – Skull Shining
Moorchha Pranayama – Fainting Breathing
Plavini Pranayama – Floating Breathing
Uttanasana – Intense Stretch Pose
Chaturanga Dandasana – Four-Limbed Staff Pose
Shalamba Bhujangasana – Sphinx Pose
Ardha Bhujangasana – Half-Cobra Pose
Urdhva Mukha Svanasana – Upward-Facing Dog Pose
Adho Mukha Svanasana – Downward-Facing Dog Pose
Ustrasana – Camel Pose
Virasana – Hero Pose
Shalambasana – Locust Pose
Ardha Bhekasana – Half Frog Pose
Chakrasana – Wheel Pose
Tittibhasana – Firefly Pose
Virbhadrasana II – Warrior II Pose
Shirsh Padangusthasana – Head to Toe Pose
Trikonasana – Triangle Pose
Prasrita Padottanasana – Wide-Legged Forward Bend Pose
Bakasana – Crane Pose
Malasana – Garland Pose
Paschimottanasana – Back Stretching Pose
Baddha Konasana – Bound Angle Pose
Upavistha Konasana – Wide-Angle Seated Forward Bend Pose
Kurmasana – Tortoise Pose
Titthibhasana – Firefly Pose
Hanumanasana –Split Pose
Virbhadrasana I – Warrior I Pose
Virbhadrasana III – Warrior III Pose
Parsvottanasana – Intense Side Stretch Pose
Dandyamana Janu Shirshasana – Standing Head to Knee Pose
Natarajasana – Dancer Pose
Anjaneyasana – Low Lunge Pose
Kapotasana – Pigeon Pose
Utkatasana – Chair Pose
Vrkshasana – Tree Pose
Ardha Baddha Padmasana – Half Bound Lotus Standing Forward Bend Pose
Prasarita Padottanasana – Wide Legged Forward Bend Pose
Mandukasana – Frog Pose
Gomukhasana – Cow Face Pose
Akarna Dhanurasana – Shooting Bow Pose
Dandasana – Staff Pose
Navasana – Boat Pose
Krounchasana – Heron Pose
Prone-Madukasana – Downward Facing Frog Pose
Supta Baddha Konasana – Reclining Bound Angle Pose
Jathara Parivartanasana – Core Twist Pose
Ananda Balasana – Happy Baby Pose
Supta Kapotasana – Supine Pigeon Pose
Supta Padangusthasana – Reclining Hand-to-Big-Toe Pose
Vatayanasana – Horse Face Position
Baddha Padmasana – Bound Lotus Pose
Laghu Vajrasana – Little Thunderbolt Pose
Matsyasana – Fish Pose
Yogamudrasana – Stoop Position
Kukkutasana – Cock Pose
Utthita Padmasana – Elevated Lotus Pose
Mayurasana – Peacock Pose
Ardh Matsyendrasana – Half Spinal Twist Pose
Durvasana – Irascible Sage Pose
Garbhasana – Foetus Pose
Utthita Ekpadashirshasana – Extended One-Legged Position
Ekpada Shirshasana – One- Legged Head Position
Utthita Paschimottanasana – Extended Forward Bend Position
Kurmasana (Advance Stage) – Advance Tortoise Position
Kandasana – Knot Pose
Naukasana – Boat Pose
Ganda Bherundasana – Two Headed Bird Position
RajaKapotasana – Royal Pigeon Pose
Padangushtha Dhanurasana – Big Toe Bow Position
Purna Shalambhasana – Full Locust Position
Vipatrita Shalambhasana – Reverse Locust Position
Karnpeedasana – Ear Pressure Pose
Pavanmuktasana – Wind Releasing Pose
Setubandhasana – Bridge Pose
Supta Trivikramasana – Supine Stride Position
Yoganidrasana – Sleeping Yoga Position
Viparitakarni Mudra/ Vilomasana - The Inverted Posture
Pincha Mayurasana – Dancing Peacock Position
Vrishchikasana – Scorpion Pose
Adhomukha Vrikshasana – Tree Facing Down Position
Vipreetakarani Mudra – Supported Inverted Position
Dimbasana – Full Wheel Pose
Omkarasana – OM Pose
Chakki-chalana-asana – Mill Churning Pose
Ardha Baddha Padmottanasana - Half Bound Lotus Standing Forward Bend
Shashankasana – The Hare Pose
Shalabhasana – Locust Pose
Roga – Disease
Pranayama – Breath control
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