What is Frog Pose:
Frog Pose is often skipped out on because it can be uncomfortable. However, it is an excellent pose to work your way up to for a deep stretch.
Basics of Frog Pose
- Hip flexors
Benefits of Frog Pose
- Stretches and opens inner thighs
- Stretches groin
- Stretches ankles
- Streches and stregthens core
- Stretches and strengthens back
- Improves mobility
- Improves flexibility
- Improves circulation
- Aids in digestion
How to do Frog Pose
- Start in a tabletop position with your knees under your hips and your hands underneath your shoulders.
- Your toes should be facing out, or the short edge of your mat.
- Start to move your knees towards the outer edges of your mat, you’ll start to feel an intense stretch. Don’t push past your limit.
- Come onto your forearms with your palms pressed to the mat or together.
- Knees should be in line with your ankles.
- Forgetting to breath
- Practicing after a big meal
- Letting your lower back dip or drop
- Forcing your knees too far apart
- Don’t practice on a full stomach
- Don’t forget to breath
- Don’t force your knees wider than you need to
- Use blocks or rolled-up towels
- Start small
- Injury to your knees,hips, groin and lower back
- Half frog
- Happy Baby
- Supta Bhaddah Konasana