Roll To Standing
Rolling forward and then gliding up to a standing position is a common yoga move. It does require a lot of coordination and agility. It is surprisingly difficult, especially for older men.
Ultimate Guide to Roll To Standing
- Rolling forward and then gliding up to a standing position is a common yoga move. It does require a lot of coordination and agility. Roll to standing is surprisingly difficult, especially for older people.
- From standing, roll backwards on a mat, bringing your knees towards your head.
- Exhale and bring your chin to your chest and start to roll up the torso, moving the hands forward (your hands will add forward momentum to the lift).
- Drive your body forward keeping your fee close to your ass.
- If you develop enough forward momentum and have sufficient agility, you can power up to a standing position. If you lack either of these two, you will just be able to roll forward and then roll back to the starting position.
- Squat down and lower your buttocks to the floor and roll backward.
The Benefits of Roll To Standing
Rolling up to standing works your abdominals, glutes and hamstrings
Muscle groups worked with Roll To Standing