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The Key Muscles of Yoga by Ray Long
Perhaps you’re familiar with some of these key muscles—your quadriceps, hamstrings, abdominals, and glutes. But what about your splenius capitis or pars interarticularis? They’re important parts of your anatomy—but they aren’t generally covered in yoga class.
This handy guide, “The Key Muscles of Yoga by Ray Long”, helps you learn more about a few key muscles that you might not have heard of (or thought much about).
With information on each muscle’s function and action, you can start to understand your body better through yoga. And by introducing yourself to new muscles in your body, you can help make your practice richer and more balanced than ever before.
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