Yoga saves physical pain in high heels
The following four yoga positions are aimed at the physiological problems brought by high heels.
Strengthen leg muscles, gradually damaged joints and muscles, and strengthen the body’s sense of balance and seclusion.
High heels are the “darlings” of many women. From the perspective, they make their legs long, and they are more noble and elegant when walking. Their posture is sultry. Unfortunately, high heels also bring them a lot of pain and annoyance.
Due to long-term wearing of appropriate high-heeled shoes, women often suffer from foot pain, calf fatigue, backache and other problems, increasing the incidence of plantar plantaritis, arthritis, anteversion of the vertebral disc, increased strain, and great hallux eversionProblem.
One, “seat type” repels plantar fasciitis. One of the causes is that wearing too high heels moves the center of gravity forward and the pressure is concentrated on the soles of the feet. Over time, it will cause plantar fasciitis.Suffering from pain, redness and swelling.
Action: Stand in a mountain position, legs close together, head up, chest up, hips straight.
Exhale and squat backwards with your legs close together. Imagine a seat at the back that straightens your thighs to the ground.
Then bend the soles of your feet, keep your heels off the ground, and maintain this posture for five to free radical breathing.
Inhale and return to a mountain-type standing position.
Efficacy: Strengthen the muscle strength of the soles and calves, and exercise a sense of balance.
Tip: Put your center of gravity in front of your feet and keep your back straight.
If you find it difficult to balance, you can rely on practice.
Second, the “Warrior-style first” corrects the pelvis forward and puts on high heels, the body’s center of gravity will be forward, causing the pelvis to lean forward, increasing the lumbar vertebra, long-term excessive strain on the back muscles, which will cause back pain.
Action: Mountain-style standing posture.
Inhale, legs open about 4 feet wide, hands open and shoulders level, forming a “big” character.
Lift your hands up, your fingers facing up, and your palms folded to the top of your head.
Turn your body and left foot 90 degrees to the left, facing forward.
Flex your left knee until your thighs form a 90-degree angle with your calves.
Hold this posture for 5 to 8 breaths.
When you are done, repeat the above steps with another foot.
Efficacy: Correct the problem of anteversion of the pelvic disc, extend the tibia, tibia and spine; it also helps to relieve back pain and sciatica.
It helps to strengthen the spine and body softness.
Tip: Keep the lower pot dry straight ahead.
The positive electrode is not the toe, and the back is closed.
Three “downward dog styles” to keep legs slender to completely eliminate the correction and fatigue of legs, hips and lower back caused by wearing high heels. Downward dog styles will be a good yoga posture, which can reduce the legs, but alsoCan strengthen the front end strength, reduce back pain caused by wearing high heels.
Action: Sit on the knees, hold your hands on the ground, and prepare in cat style.
Inhale; at the same time straighten your knees and raise your hips until your heels touch the ground.
Form a triangle.
Hold this attitude for 20 to 30 seconds.
Take a rest with blood sugar after restoring.
Efficacy: Effectively shrink calves, thighs, arms, and keep legs elastic.
Reduces the chance of varicose veins in the legs. It also eliminates heel and shoulder pain and strengthens the sciatic nerve.
Tip: Keep your legs straight, pull your hands and toes forward; avoid arching and knee flexing.
If the heel can’t step on the ground, first inhale deeply through the nose, lift it forward, exhale the mouth, press down on the lower back and heels, and gradually improve after more exercises.
Four “horizontal leg extensions” eliminate calf fatigue When wearing high heels, the muscles of the calf will change and contract after the body leans forward, which will cause calf fatigue and cause calf expansion and contraction.
Action: Lie flat on the ground and place on both sides of the body.
Knee right knee, hold right toe knee with right hand.
Inhale and slowly straighten your right foot straight up, with your heels up and your toes facing your face. Hold this position for about 20 seconds, repeat the above steps with your feet changed.
Efficacy: Shrink the calf and hamstring muscles, improve the stiffness of the legs, shrink the fractures, and help relieve back pain and sciatica.
Tip: Keep your left foot straight and your left pelvic bone close to the ground. Avoid arching your tibia, and do n’t shrink or raise your shoulder and ankle.
If you can’t grasp the toenails tightly, you can put the yoga rope on the soles of the feet, and then pull the rope instead, but still keep the upper and lower feet straight.