Salabhasana - Locust Pose Builds muscle strength of the lower part of the spine Increases flexibility in the back Especially recommended for relieving sciatica pain in the lower back Massage internal organs Improves digestion Strengthens the arms and shoulders Stimulates Swadhisthana chakras - Increases the digestive fire Yoga - Inspirations :: http://celfit.manifo.com/
Target: The latissimus dorsi Why it works: The lats are big back muscles. They're attached to your glutes (aka butt muscles) by deep tissue—right lat to left cheek and vice versa, in a crisscross. "They're connected, so making your lats stronger will help your glutes engage more effectively," says Abbie Appel, a master trainer in Boca Raton, Florida. Why you care: Because engaged glutes mean you'll turbocharge the tush-tightening powers of every lower-body exercise you do.