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High Lunge Biomechanics


This weekend's classes give us a look at the biomechanics of High Lunge yoga pose. The data highlight two important concepts in student form. Similar to Downward Facing Dog, where the pose gains depth of mobility throughout class, High Lunge will gain more front knee flexion and back hip extension during class. Also, left and right imbalances are often present in individuals. It is important to acknowledge this when entering a pose, and also to take into account limb dominance and injury status which may indicate the asymmetries. 

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