Yoga for Groin Injuries

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Groin injuries do not keep you from being able to do Yoga, provided you follow Yoga properly. Keep your Yoga exercise routine with help from a certified Yoga instructor in this free video.

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Hi, I'm Amy Newman, fitness expert for Gold's Gym, and creator of the Perfect Ten workout and I'm going to show you yoga for groin injuries. First of all we're going to sit on our ankles. Then start to open up our legs just a little bit. Little by little open up your knees just a little bit more and slowly come down on your elbows. Open up your knees to where it's OK and it's not hurting too much. You definitely don't want it to hurt and put a lot of pressure on your groin. So relax as much as you can in this position. And as it gets a little bi easier, stretch all the way down. Have your buttocks in between your feet, your knees stretched out. Breathe. Come back on to your elbows and bring your try to bring press your buttocks back a little bit further in between your heels. Don't put a lot of pressure on your groin, just let it gently stretch open. As you start to be able to open things up, and it's not so bad, then you want to sit in a frog like position with your feet out to the sides. Sitting nice and tall. Breathe deep. I'm Amy Newman, fitness instructor and creator of the Perfect Ten workout, and these are some yoga exercises that you can do for groin injuries.

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