A while back, I wrote a blog post about distributing the effort and the weight of Downward Dog and Low Push Up so that the wrists don’t take the full brunt of the pose:
Well, today, I did the blog post one better by making two videos that bring the concepts to life.
The first video covers how to relieve wrist pressure in Downward Facing Dog:
The second video is about how to move into Low Push Up with key actions to also preserve the wrists and help build strength:
I hope these 2 videos and blog post help you create greater integrity, comfort and strength in these poses.
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Thanks for reading!