Have you ever wondered how we can turn those dreadful chores at home to become something enjoyable which you would not mind doing it daily? We often find convert your daily chores less of a chore through yoga!
4 Ways you can transform boring or dreadful chore moments into yogic bits of health
#1 Yoga while you vacuum,
- Wide stance with your feet while holding your vacuum cleaner.
- Bend your front knees, keeping the back leg straight which resemble warrior 2
- Deeping by doing warrior 3 and reaching out to those areas that are further away.
Which you are still able to strengthens your shoulders, arms, legs, ankles and back. Opens yours hips, chest, and lungs. Improves focus, balance, and stability. Encourages good circulation and respiration. Stretches your arms, legs, shoulders, neck, belly, groins, and ankles. Energizes the entire body.
#2 Yoga while you scrub the bottom glass windows, do a Malasana pose
- Bend both legs, one at a time, until the knees are pointing to the ceiling and the calves come close to the back of the thighs.
- while your hands are scrubbing your glass windows you are still able to open the hips, strengthens core, stretches the hamstrings and ankles and help to tone the glutes.
#3 Yoga while you do laundry, Chair pose
- Engage your core as you come back up to stand.
- Chair pose will work the hips, buttocks, backs of the thighs, and the core
Which still strengthen the supporting muscles of the major joints, such as the shoulders, hips, knees and ankles. Develop core strength. Strengthen the quads and gluteals.
#4 Yoga while you are cooking
As your stir your tomatoes pasta sauce, stand tall and engage your core muscles. Do some butt lifts here.
- Lift one leg up behind you and point through the toes.
- Lift and lower the leg a few inches up and down for 20 pulses.
- Repeat on the opposite side.
Doing two to three reps on each leg is great for the back of the thighs, hips, hamstrings, and core muscles.
Housework done easy as you are working out the same time, the brain become less dreariness.
Happy Yoga, Happy Life!