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Neena Gupta on practising Yoga pose Ardha Matsyendrasana: ‘Koshish jari hai’


From stellar acting to author with a recently published biography “Sach Kahun To‘, Nina Gupta is now trying to set fitness goals and we are inspired by her energy in her latest workout video. After practice DhanurasanaNina tried a different yoga pose – Ardha Matsyendrasana or the Pisces Semi-Ruler pose and its sincerity in training is all we need for fitness to unfold yoga mats and greet Monday on a healthier note.

Recently referring to her social network, the diva shared her impressions of her intense workout. Sitting on a yoga mat in her living room in Mukteswar, wearing a crisp blue and white top paired with a pair of matching shorts, Nina pulled her hair into a low ponytail to be the best this week in the cutest athletic look on the Internet. …

Performing a seated crunch asana, Nina nailed Matsyendrasanaa simpler option is Ardha Matsyendrasana which still looked complicated enough. Resolutely doing the yoga exercise, Nina captioned the video: “Koshish Jari Hai (Efforts continue) “sic. Fans quickly reacted by emptying their cache of love in the comments section, and the video received over 2,000 views while still being strong.

Way to nail Ardha Matsyendrasana or the Pose of the Pisces Semi-Ruler:

First, sit down in a state Dandasana with straight legs. Place your hands on the ground at the sides of your thighs and keep your spine straight.

Now gently bend your left leg so that your left heel touches your right thigh. Cross your right leg over your left so that your right foot is next to your left knee.

Place your left elbow on the outside of your right knee. Grasp the lower back with your right hand.

Then rotate your upper body to the right and hold your left hand with your right hand or lock. Raise your chin to your right shoulder, hold the pose for 10 to 15 seconds, and relax. Repeat with the other leg.

Benefits:

Besides the fact that it opens up the hips perfectly, Ardha Matsyendrasana flexes the practitioner’s lower body, strengthens and tones the hips, stimulates the liver and kidneys, and energizes the spine. It opens well and gives great flexibility to the neck, shoulders, arms and chest.

This exercise also helps to improve the digestive system and the functioning of the liver and pancreas. It not only treats asthma and infertility, but also relieves menstrual discomfort, fatigue, sciatica and back pain.

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