Going through a severe leg pain? Got injuries, even while exercising on tough machines? Here are the remedies below to help you with simple postures to be practiced and seek best results with zero regrets cardiovascular exercises along with the stretches suggested below.
Here Are The Top 10 Yoga Poses For Leg Pain:
Just lie on your back and lift both your legs together in air now try lifting the legs till the lower body weight is put on to the shoulders, neck and head. Stay in this position for at least few seconds. This will stimulate blood supply to the heart and hence would ease leg tension.
Leg Up To Toe Pose
This is a very easy pose to practice for yoga. It can give shape to your leg muscles after a tiring day. You can try it either on the floor or with a mat, or even comfortably on your bed. Just lie on the base, with your hips touching the base of the wall. Now put your foot upwards so that they create a perpendicular to the floor. Now stretch your arms sideward or upwards etc.
Lord Of The Fish Pose
While sitting on the floor simply extend both legs out in front of you. Keep the left leg straight and bend and pull the right leg in. Line the right heel up around 2 inches away from the back of the right leg and a bit far from the left thigh. Move your left shoulder forward as you move the right shoulder back, and repeat the same with right one.
Turn your legs up till they get parallel to your hips, now turn them outward. Bend the knees as if you are in a squat position. This will increase fluidity in the butt hooks, and will stretch the ankles, knees, and lower back. It will also give strength to the core muscles.
The Corpse Pose
This pose is practiced by nearly all yoga practitioners and people belonging to all age groups can try this. You simply need to lie on the floor or bed with arms and legs gently lying. Just divert yourself from all the stupid thoughts to get better results.
The Sphinx Pose
You need to lie down on your stomach now putting all your weight on your palms stretch yourself forward, and also on the upper part of the feet. Now raise the head upwards and take deep breaths. Stay in this position for some time.
You can never see a lizard suffering from a leg muscle pain so why not try lizard posture to live the same. Bend the left knee until it lies parallel with the heels. Now release right knee to the ground or your yoga mat and leave them curled under on that foot to stretch the calf muscle. Walk to the left leg out to the side and put both elbows on top of blocks or any other support on the inside corner of left leg and repeat the same with the right one. Stay up in the position for at least 5 breaths and then release.
Cow Face Pose
Come onto all fours like a cow, and then crossway your left knee in front your right one, sliding leg to other side. Now very gently use your spine bones to be brought to the ground within your heels side. Stay there for at least 5 deep breaths, and slowly go to your left arm high, bend your elbow, and go to your right hand up the back, bending your right elbow, to cross your left hand and now slowly release your legs first followed by hands repeat for 5 times to get good results.
As the name suggest you are supposed to be happy like a baby with no pain .So, just lie flat on the ground or the yoga mat like a baby on your back, get grip of both feet with your hands, now bend the knees and pull them toward your armpits. Stay in position as long as you can and then slowly release.
The Standing Twist
The standing twist is a very light version of the stretch positions. To stretch your right hip, stand with your right side next to the wall. Put your right leg on the chair, with your knee bent so as to make a perpendicular position. Keep your standing leg straight, and gently balance it by putting hand on the wall or anything to take support of. Now raise your left heel in the air, coming onto the mounds of the toes, and turn your body toward the wall, use your hands to balance.
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