New You Total-Body Yoga Routine

The new you total-body yoga routine is perfect for any fitness level. After all, everyone needs a good flexibility routine! It’s modifiable, making it simple enough for beginners, but challenging enough for the most avid yoga enthusiasts. Practicing yoga regularly can and will make you feel like a new person!
Flexibility is a foundational element to every fitness routine. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a runner, dancer, cyclist, or weightlifter, you need to be loose and limber in order to avoid injury. There are several other benefits of yoga, including, but certainly not limited to:
  • Better balance & coordination
  • Improved posture
  • Improved flexibility in joints (greater range of motion)
  • Strong and healthy muscles
  • Decreased stress and boosted positivity
The “vinyasa” or flow of this routine will help you move seamlessly from one move to the next. This total-body workout contains a few moves that focus on one side of the body at a time. For this reason, you’ll need to complete the entire routine at least two times through. Focus on your left side during the first round, and then your right during the second. It should take you approximately 15 minutes to complete.
You can feel free to complete 2,4, or even 6 total rounds depending on how much free time you have and how tight your muscles feel. It is recommended that you perform this routine a minimum of 3 times weekly.

New You Total-Body Yoga Routine

What you need: A yoga mat or towel / an interval timer / yoga block (optional)
What to do: Perform the 5-Minute Cardio Warm-Up video below, first.
Once you’re ready to begin the yoga routine, hold each pose for at least 30 seconds. You can choose to hold for even longer for a deeper stretch. Perform at least 2 complete rounds.
We’ve included instructional videos for each stretch at the bottom of this post.

5-Minute Cardio Warm-Up

The Stretches

  1. Forward Fold
  2. Plank
  3. Chaturanga
  4. Upward Facing Dog
  5. Downward Facing Dog
  6. Warrior II
  7. Triangle
  8. Side Plank
  9. Corpse Pose

Instructional Videos

Forward Fold
Upward Facing Dog
Downward Facing Dog
Warrior II
Side Plank
Corpse Pose
——————————————————————————————————————————————————————–If your muscles are really tight, it’s going to take some time to get them where you want them. Keep in mind that the more often you practice, the better you’re going to feel. Through consistency, the new you yoga routine will literally make you feel like a new person!
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