Don't bail when Warrior 2 feels tough. Use your powerful legs to stretch out your body, long and strong.
- From Downward Facing Dog, step your right foot forward between your palms, and come into Warrior 1.
- Extend your arms out in T position as you rotate your torso to the left, coming into Warrior 2. Ideally, your front thigh should be parallel to the ground and your right knee directly over your right ankle. Make sure your shoulders are stacked directly above your pelvis.
- Gaze past your right fingertips, holding for five breaths. Then return to Downward Facing Dog. Step your left foot forward, and do this pose on the other side.