3-5 times per week or every 30 minutes if working at computer
Back, Shoulder, Arms, Hips, Obliques, Thighs
Very Easy to Moderate
If you have a hip, arms, or shoulder injury, please see your doctor before doing this exercise.
Number of Reps and/or Length of Time
10-20 secs hold
Repeat 3-4 times
15-30 secs hold
Repeat 3-5 times
20-40 secs hold
Repeat 3-5 times
Watch the instructional video, then read the following for clarification.
Sit on the floor or your mat and cross legs together. Keep your back straight and core tight.
Raise your right arm and bend so it will be above your head. Place the other arm on your left leg or the floor..
Slowly bend your torso to the left side, keeping your hips and face forward.
Hold this position for as long as you can.
Slowly go to an upright position.
Repeat steps 2 to 5 on the other side.
Choose a fitness regime that fits into your lifestyle. Though do try to make it at least 4 vigorous sessions of a minimum of 30 minutes each.
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