11 Dec

exercises right and wrong


  1. Sarah C December 11, 2012 at 8:09 am #

    GREAT graphic – these are all such small form modifications that can definitely help you get stronger, instead of getting hurt. It tell my classes a couple things to keep in mind with these: for planks, no bellies, no butts; for anything with your hands behind your head, thinking of a stright line from elbow to elbow and a fist fitting between your chin and your chest; and for pushups, lead with your chest, not your face 🙂

    • leazengage December 11, 2012 at 8:25 am #

      Absolutely!! Sometimes people forget the basics and this graphic does remind us of the basics. A good squat can then be carried to weight lifting or even yoga (asana = chair :)) Thanks for your comment!

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