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Yoga: Fighters Flow

Fighters yoga flow

This yoga flow routine, Fighters Flow targets improving the mobility and flexiblity in the back, shoulders and hips.

Warriors can punch and kick their way to victory however, without the flexiblity and mobility in key areas, executing punches and kicks at peak power may be uncomfortable, cause aches and injuries or in a worse case scenario, almost impossible. This yoga flow routine, Fighters Flow can help warriors improve their flexiblity and mobility in target areas such as the back, shoulders and hips giving them the opportunity to execute more efficient strikes.

Who's This For?

Suitable for all levels

Yoga Fighter Flow:

Improved mobility

Improved flexibility

Target key regions for improve striking

Yoga Fighter Flow Details:

Complete each exercise in sequential format.

Follow breath count for each exercise

Fighter Flow Routine:

Seated side bend

Seated wall angels

Seated spinal rotation

Cobra stretch

Downward dog toe touch

Crescent lunge

Lateral lunge

Seated splits

Frog stretch

Pigeon stretch

Happy baby

Plow pose

Fighter Flow Exercise Alternatives:

Seated spinal rotation > Seated side bend

Downward dog toe touch > Downward dog (no toe touch)

Crescent lunge > Crescent lunge with hands on hips

Plow pose > Supine knees to chest

Coach Saikou Notes:

  • Modify breaths or time length for each exercise.

  • Execute each exercise at your own comfort level.

  • As you complete the wall angels, pull the elbows back to open the chest and retract the shoulder blades as you pull your arms back down.

  • If you can't reach your toes during the downward dog toe touch, reach for your shin, knee or quad.

  • During the frog stretch, knees should be wider than shoulder width apart to target your inner thighs.

Fighters yoga flow

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