The reason why I initially got into yoga was because I needed some way to stretch and avoid injuries from running, without actually stretching. Through my journey in doing yoga, I have absolutely fallen in love with the practice. It has not only opened my shoulders, hips, and hammies, but also my mind. Yoga allows the body and mind to work together, become strong, and flow freely.
1. Begin in a squat position, with your knees bent, thighs as parallel to the ground as possible, and back straight, keeping your arms straight at your sides.
2. Power through your legs and jump as high off of the ground as possible.
Land as softly as possible, back into your original squat position.
Repeat for 3 sets of 10-20 reps.
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