3 Yoga Exercises For Bow Legs – Bow Legs No More

3 Yoga Exercises For Bow Legs – Bow Legs No More


Do you have bow legs, but wouldn’t you want
to learn how to correct your legs all naturally? Then keep watching. I have three tips, and a bonus tip for you
on how to get better! My name is Chi and you’re welcome to The Body
Conditioner. Here we work in, not out. If you want more videos on how to correct
your bowed legs, then let me know in the comment section and write yes. My tip number one: bring your big toes down. What does that mean? Let’s take a look. So, normally you stand more like this. You stand on the outer edges of your feet
and you begin to overstretch your ankles. Those ligaments and tendons in your ankles
that are supposed to be strong and stable are getting weak and overstretched. So, we don’t want that because it weakens
the structure of your ankles and your feet and all gets just wobbly. However, you can probably see that when you
turn your shoes around and look at the soles of your shoes and probably see the way you
walk. It leaves a mark. So what you do is, you want to press the big
toes down, plant the big toes down, that is what we do. Take a look at it. So, as you feel the big toes you also feel
the little toes and the heels on the ground and you are much more stable. Tip number two: be aware. What do I mean by that? Be aware of your inner thigh muscles, your
hip adductors. That means the ADD, hip adductors. They connect your hips all the way with your
knees. So, let’s take a look at that too. Now let me stand a bit closer together, and
by bringing more attention to my inner thigh muscles, I actually begin to press my thighs
together. Also when you take a look at my shins, if
I’m not really aware you can see that they are also bowed. However, now if I pay a bit more attention
to that, I plant the big toe down just the way we learned it, and then try to work my
shins closer together. Can you see the difference to the way I stood
before? Yes, can you see the difference? Exactly, that is the difference. Tip number three: stop overstretching your
knees. What do I mean by that? Take a look at my knees, if I still overstretch
my knees can you see what that looks like? My knees are kind of bowed. If I on top of that stand a bit more like
that, I not only overstretch my knees, but also bring a lot of pressure here onto my
lower back and that doesn’t feel nice. So, what we do is tip number one pressing
the big toes down. Tip number two paying attention to inner thigh
muscles. Tip number three, we move the top of the shins
forward half inch or a centimeter and this is what we stand like. Can you see the difference? Before and after. And I promised you a bonus tip, so here is
the bonus tip. Tip number four, get up from the chair, from
the desk from time to time and stretch your hip flexors. The hip flexors are here, that means you want
to stand up, you want to bring one leg down, just like a warrior shape. Here, stretch it for a moment, you can also
lift your arms up, just get here a bit more length, then you do the other side for a few
moments, take a few deep breaths and that’s about it. Thank you so much for watching, let me know
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