The bridge is a popular yoga pose that most of you will be familiar with. But have you ever formed the bridge? It’s harder than it looks, and it uses the thigh muscles to hold the position.
How to do it:
Laying on your back, bend your knees and place your feet flat to the floor a hip’s width apart. With your palms facing down slide your arms alongside your body until your fingertips lightly touch your heels.
Now, press your feet into the floor and raise your hips. Inhale as you perform this motion and use your shoulders to raise your chest off the floor.
Your spine should be completely off the floor when you have fully extended the bridge. Hold this position for 30-60 seconds. It will be difficult the first time you try, but becomes easier with practice.