Extended Side Angle

Extended Side AngleJonathan Pozniak

yoga

What it does: Strengthens and stretches the legs, knees, and ankles; stretches the inner thighs, back, hips, chest, and shoulders.
 
How to do it: Start with your right leg forward in a lunge. Lower your left heel and turn your toes out about 45 degrees. Lower your right forearm to your knee. Reach overhead with your left hand, creating a straight line from heel to fingertips.

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