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Strike a Yoga Pose: Fish

There are some yoga poses that just about everyone has heard of or done. Down Dog, Tree, Seated Forward Bend — these are pretty standard poses that

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Strike a Yoga Pose: Firefly

What's a Summer without a night of watching blinking fireflies? And what's a Summer yoga practice without doing Firefly pose? This arm balancing posture requires upper body strength and flexible hamstrings, but even if you don't have those two mastered,

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Strike a Yoga Pose: Hummingbird

I think we're all ready to kick it up a notch and try this gorgeous arm balancing yoga pose. I know it looks intense and very advanced, but as with most yoga poses, with a few tricks and some practice, you'll have this pose down in no time. I've never

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Strike a Yoga Pose: Tortoise

Some yoga poses look more pretzel-y than others, and this one for sure makes the list. All you runners and bikers out there — this pose is a must-do because it'll increase flexibility in your tight hamstrings, and stretch the muscles in your lower

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Strike a Yoga Pose: Balancing Butterfly

Practicing yoga strengthens and tones your body like no other workout. It's also a calming, centering practice. But let's face it, if it wasn't fun, you wouldn't stick with it. Some poses have higher thrill factors; when you're in them, you can't help

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Strike a Yoga Pose: Pigeon Crescent

When stretching out the lower body, the hips often get passed over in favor of the calves, quads, and hamstrings. Bad idea! Hip flexors are what help lift the legs while running, which means they are prone to tightness. Even if you don't run, but you sit

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Strike a Yoga Pose: Half Frog

From Chest-Opening Bow, release the left leg to the floor behind you and prop your torso up with your left elbow, crossing your forearm so it's diagonal with your chest. Keeping the right knee bent, use your upper-body strength to press the sole of