Yoga Blocks Sports Exercise Gym Foam Workout Stretching Aid Body Shaping Health Training

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SPECIFICATIONS 1. Product Name: EVA Yoga Block 2. Material: EVA 3.Net Weight:120g±,200g± 4. Features: (1) EVA Yoga Block Foam Block, an exercise tool for family fitness  (2) Yoga block is an auxiliary tool for beginners and inflexible practitioners. (3) It can help us to adjust our gestures to accomplish some...

SPECIFICATIONS

1. Product Name: EVA Yoga Block

2. Material: EVA
3.Net Weight:120g±,200g±

4. Features:

(1) EVA Yoga Block Foam Block, an exercise tool for family fitness 

(2) Yoga block is an auxiliary tool for beginners and inflexible practitioners.

(3) It can help us to adjust our gestures to accomplish some movements.

(4) Helps to avoid part of the body tension because of your stiffness

(5) This tool will take any part of your body as a stretching aid.
   
Yoga blocks are a brick shaped prop that helps enhance your yoga practice. Sometimes these tools are misunderstood -- while they are often used by novices and those with limited flexibility they are used by many practitioners at all levels for reducing strain, deeper relaxation, or modifying a pose for one's particular body. Whether you're new to yoga or have years of experience, using a block helps with balance, posture, and intensifying stretches. Try using the block with different poses to find your best fit!

Method1:Supporting Balance

 1.Place the block in front of your feet for a Standing Forward Fold. Standing with your ankles and knees aligned your hips, slowly fold your body from the hip joints, bending your knees slightly. Instead of reaching to touch the floor, put your hands on the block.[1]

  • Using this modification allows your body to relax more and puts less strain on your hamstrings.

 2.Position the block under your hand for stability in Triangle Pose. Keep your feet wide, making the distance between them about the length of your leg. Stretch your arms to your sides so they are parallel with the ground. Turn the toes of your the foot closest to the front of the room 45 to 90 degrees to face the front of your mat. Place your back hand on your hip and ease your front hand down the shin and then onto the block.

  • The block reduces the risk of over-extending hamstrings and joints while opening the chest.
  • Avoid locking your knees in this position

3.Rest your head on the block during a Wide-Legged Forward Bend. Standing with your feet just wider than your hips, place the block in front of you on the floor. Bend from the hips toward the floor, balancing your head on the yoga block to avoid overextending or straining. 

4.Use the block to "elevate the floor" in any standing pose. When in a yoga pose that requires you to both stand and stretch toward the ground, the block adds height to the floor so that you can find your balance and settle into the posture.

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