How To: Do an up dog pose for yoga beginners

Do an up dog pose for yoga beginners

If you're planning to become a veteran yogini, you'd better start practicing and loving the up dog pose now, because you'll be spending the greater part of your yoga flow doing up dogs and down dogs.

The up dog targets the muscles of your upper and lower back as well as your biceps, stretching them out for long, lean muscles that broadcast sexiness under short sleeves and those skin-tight yoga tank tops.

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