{video} Amazing Way To Build Core Strength (and learn to float)

This is unquestionably my favorite way to strengthen my core muscles.

Literally from the first time I tried it I was able to access the muscles and feel this working (core strength has always been my biggest challenge, and 3 pregnancies hasn’t helped either). You’ve got to try this (you’re welcome)!

Click the link below to watch this awesome video:

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145 comments

  1. Katie S Hoyt Reply

    Those I could do haha. I can jump and hold just not pull up but I’m getting PIYO certified I believe so then I’ll have better yoga and core strength haha

  2. Karie Mathias Reply

    I can do this from a head
    head stand but my wrists burn when supporting my body. Years of gymnastics and working as a waitress have taken their toll on my wrists. Is there any hope of not experiencing pain when attempting these type poses?

    • yogiliving Post authorReply

      Hi Karie! First, my apologies it’s taken this long to respond to your question… I don’t have a concrete answer for you, but I do have a few ideas of where you might look for support.
      1. If you haven’t done it already, it might be worth at least speaking with a physical therapist to see if they can help.
      2. Or, you could look for someone who does yoga therapy. Some Iyengar teachers in particular have training specifically in healing through yoga. Or you can check out Tiffany Cruikshank’s website (http://www.yogamedicine.com/) to see if you can find a local teacher.
      3. A good friend of mine had severe tendonitis in her wrists. She did something called Scenar Therapy and the pain was gone in one session. It’s very popular in a number of other countries and is just starting to hit the scene here in the U.S. My husband is actually going to head to NYC sometime soon to try it out on his ankle injury…
      I hope that helps and that you find some relief from the pain soon!
      Cheers & Namaste,
      Deborah

  3. Nancy Leonard-Fischer Reply

    These sliders are so cool! I picked them up a few weeks ago after seeing them in a video on Instagram. They are so great for a h*******e ab and butt workout. Thanks for the ideas on how to apply them to help with inversions!

  4. Peter Hand Reply

    This is awesome! I do this exercise with my long board (Skate board) πŸ™‚

  5. I Love Yoga Reply

    I’m so sorry to hear that, Chris & Lisa! I’m guessing there were some server issues going on. I just tested it and it worked well for me. Hopefully you can get there now. Thanks for taking the time to let us know!

  6. I Love Yoga Reply

    I’m sorry you had trouble seeing it, Lu. I’m guessing there were some server issues going on. I just tested it and it worked well for me. Hopefully you can get there now. Thanks for taking the time to let us know!

  7. I Love Yoga Reply

    I’m sorry you had trouble seeing it, Marissa. I’m guessing there were some server issues going on. I just tested it and it worked well for me. Hopefully you can get there now. Thanks for taking the time to let us know!

  8. Rebecca Ward Reply

    You have to click the button that says “next page” and it will take you right to the you tube video after you scroll down πŸ™‚

    I had the same issue at first.

  9. Wes Wylie Reply

    Pledge, paper plates, etc. whatever it takes! I wanna be able to float into a handstand too! So addin’ this to my practice!

  10. Susan Marie Reply

    um yeah, you have to click on this link to search through adds and photos of junk to find the very small ‘next page’ link and then click on that. why they do not send the page with the video on it is beyond me?

  11. Susan Marie Reply

    Please post the link with the actual video on it. Not everyone wishes to go on a small hunt past the ads and photos to view what is being shared. It’s a great way to lose viewers.

  12. Susan Marie Reply

    There are no server issues – you have to around your t***y to get to your elbow and locate the little ‘next page’ link in between the ads and photos on the page. I do not understand why it is so difficult to post a direct link? I’m all for a good search and find on my own time, but when given a link – I expect to be taken directly to that link – you know?

  13. Toni Sims Allen Reply

    Great idea..I have trouble in the Chatarunga…weak in the head of my biceps area making it hard to hold Chatarunga. I backed off and am trying to do wall push ups with my elbows tight to my side. (no problems doing floor push ups with my arms wide). Any suggestions on how to strengthen my shoulders/biceps, so I can progress to this exercise?

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