To know more about the pose, click here: Anjaneyasana
7. Chaturanga Dandasana (Low Plank)
Chaturanga Dandasana or the Low Plank seems like a push-up, but varies a lot from it. It supports your entire body on your limbs. Practice it with extreme care as it can easily lead to injury if not done properly. Do Chaturanga Dandasana in the mornings on an empty stomach and clean bowels. The pose is a basic level Vinyasa Yoga asana that takes 30 to 60 seconds to do.
Benefits: Chaturanga Dandasana strengthens your biceps, triceps, and wrists. It is a good practice for arm balances. The pose also strengthens your toes and balances your body. It develops core stability and tones the muscles of your legs.
To know more about the pose, click here: Chaturanga Dandasana
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