Do a yoga combo to gain endurance and work out the heart. Learn how to do cardiovascular exercises in this free training video.
Hello, I'm Kyle Brayer, your next section in the cardio workout for your in home training will be the Yoga combo. Yoga is a great way to work in some stretching to your cardio workout. It also works isometric movements as well as ballistic movements to really fatigue all your major muscle groups. So you're going to start what's called a downward facing dog by having your hands flat on the ground. You're going to come up into a push-up position and then lean back. So now my feet are flat on the ground or as close to it as possible, my weight is back, and I'm trying to push my heels down and my glutes and six bones up towards the air, this is a downward facing dog. From here I come straight over my hands into a peaked push up position, I come straight down and do my full push up, back to the top, I come back down through chatterrunga onto my toes into upward facing dog. Now this is really working that lower back, working my shoulders, and working my chest, and then you'd repeat. So I come back into downward facing dog, I'd roll forward, do my push up, down through chatterrunga to upward facing dog. I'll perform that from the side. So starting in downward dog, heels back, six bones up toward the sky, I come forward and do my push up, down through chatterrunga to upward facing dog and hold. Now you'd repeat that about ten times initially and then as your cardio works up and your muscular endurance works up you do it longer. That will complete your yoga combo.
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