Briana's Morning Yoga Challenge Day 2 - BrianaDragon Creations

Briana’s Morning Yoga Challenge Day 2

Be sure to check out our shop! New customers get a 5% off coupon!
Briana's morning yoga challenge health exercise
Posted by / August 28, 2016 / 1 Comments

This site is completely ad-free. Please Support us by making a donation.

Welcome to day 2 of the challenge! If you’re not sure what’s going on, you can take a look at the introduction page. Be sure to comment and let me know how your session went!

1: Child Pose – Bālāsana**

2: Tree (alternate legs) – Vriksasana*

3: Temple (sumo) – Utkata Konasana**

4: Bow – Dhanurasana*

5: Wind Removing – Pavanamuktasana**

Asterisks on the images are to denote image source:
* = Wikimedia Commons or Pixabay
** = Stock Image
*** = Found on the internet, used with gratitude and respect, solely for the purpose of education.

Disclaimer: Links on this site may lead to affiliate sources to help support this blog. We appreciate all purchases, but you are under no obligation. Not all linked products have been tested by the site owners.
One Comment

    Briana Blair

    Day 2 complete!
    #1 – Nice except that for some reason, it makes my head buzzy. I tried to be sure I wasn’t scrunching my shoulders, but damn at the head rush.
    #2 – I actually held it for 1:30 on each leg! Don’t get me wrong, I was wobbly as hell during the last 20 seconds or so of each leg, but I’m still really proud. I remember when I could barely hold 20 seconds on each leg. By the way, I recommend doing this off your mat. Maybe it’s just me, but I have far better stability doing tree on a solid surface.
    #3 – It’s no surprise that the world record for holding this pose is only 12 minutes. It’s a killer! I couldn’t get as far down as the photo, and I had to keep rising back up and settling in again, but I got a few steady moments here and there. My knees sounded like Rice Krispies though.
    #4 – Nina Mel (the lady in all the red outfit photos) is made of rubber. I, however, am not. (yet) I don’t get nearly as bendy as her, but I did have my chest and thighs off the floor. I managed to pull some muscle under and just to the outside of my armpits doing that pose, but luckily It just aches a little now. I’m guessing that muscle/tendon/whatever-it-is doesn’t get much use and needed the work.
    #5 – Ah, the bliss of the end pose. By far the best part of it all! 😉

    How did it go for you?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!
%d bloggers like this: