Core Power Wake Up | Yoga With Adriene


– ‘Sup party people? And welcome to
Yoga With Adriene. I’m Adriene, this is Benji and today we have a
mindful core power wake-up. So hop into something
comfy and let’s get to it. (upbeat music) Alright my friends,
let’s begin on all fours today. Take your time
getting there of course. And we’re gonna sync up with
the breath today right away. Stretching through the front
body and the back body so as you’re ready find
your beautiful foundation, press away from it. Find integrity throughout not
just that which is touching the earth but
through the whole body. So length through the spine,
tug the shoulders away, and here we go. Tug the shoulders
away from the ears. Don’t tug your
shoulders away. (laughs) And here we go,
drop the belly nice and slow. Take a big sip of air in. And then exhale,
round through the spine. Empty it out.
Nice long exhalation. Welcome guys.
Inhale, drop your belly. Let’s make the most of this
time here on the mat together. Exhale, round through. One more time really
relish deep in the breath here. Feel that stretch, press away
from your yoga mat and then exhale, chin to chest,
naval to spine. Stretch it out.
Awesome. Inhale, come back
to Tabletop Position. If you’re starting to feel
pressure in your wrists here, claw through the fingertips. Connect to your core,
your center. That which
we’re targeting today. Alright, curl the left toes
under, send it back. Lift front body
up to meet back body. So if the belly’s
drawing down here, see if you can draw the
naval up towards the spine. You kind of defy gravity here and start to find
that core power. Here we go, you’re gonna
slowly draw a line with the left toes all the way out. Feel that connection in
the left side, left abdominals. Turn the left toes in,
now check it out, press away from your yoga mat. Should feel nice big stretch
here and again resist the tendency to collapse here. So you’re really starting to
connect to your core already. Then from here draw big circle,
press into both palms evenly. Left toes are gonna draw a
big circle all the way around. You’re gonna bend and then we’re
gonna squeeze in towards the back of the right knee here. Pressing into both palms evenly. Feel nice stretch
through the glute. Keep pressing into the top of
the right foot for stability. Now just back the way you came. Here you go,
left toes come around. Semicircle I should say,
not full circle. All the way around. Press away from your yoga mat. Nice, slow, steady movement. Exhale, all the
way back around and in. Naval draws in and up. Stay connected to your core
as you continue this movement. Once you feel like you have it,
you can take your eyes off the video and bring
your gaze straight down. So you can play with
nice long beautiful neck. Press into the palms. And beautiful, right. Bring the left knee
all the way back underneath the left hip point. We’re gonna take a break off the
wrists a second here by curling the toes under,
sending the hips back. You’re gonna bring
the fingertips forward, elbows come to the ground
and then just take a little namaste shark fin here,
bring in the palms with the fingertips together. You might get a little
stretch in the triceps here, breathe into your belly,
close your eyes, come into your
private little of the cave. Who said that core
strengthening had to be (laughs) a bummer, had to be a pain,
had to be a struggle? Let’s make it a
beautiful practice. Inhale in. And exhale coming back
to your Tabletop Position. Great, find that connection to your core. And then when you’re ready,
right toes are gonna come all the way out,
find that stretch, lengthen. Then here we go,
right toes drawing a big semicircle all the
way out to the right. Stay connected to
the abdominal wall here. So, just take a second to gain that awareness. A bit of sensibility in
the right side body and the abdominals. We’re not collapsing
but finding that connect. And in time this
becomes easier to do. Kind of second nature on the mat
so be patient, breathe deep. Here we go, inhale. Exhale, draw a line nice
and slow with the right toes. We’re gonna bring
it all the way around. Bend the knee and bring it right behind the back
of the left knee. Squeeze, feel that stretch. Press into both palms evenly. I’m feeling the lower belly
and the upper abdominals engage. Draw in towards the
center of my core and then I’m gonna
go back the way I came. Nice and easy here.
Keep it going. Press in to both palms evenly. Again, upper abdominals and
lower belly drawing in towards the center of the body. Notice if you have any clinching or tension
going on in the face, of the jaw. See if you can soften. Awesome, slowly
waking up the abdominal wall. Great for the booty too. Here we go, coming
all the way back now, right knee underneath
the right hip point. We’re gonna take it off the
wrist this time by curling the toes under, sending back and
bringing the head and the heart and the pelvis all in alignment. Just take a moment
here to breathe deep, send love to the soles of feet. If you want we can bring
the palms together in prayer or take some wrist circles. Breathing deep here.
Send breathe to your belly. Alright my darlings, here we go. Palms are gonna
come to the ground. We’re gonna go
right into our Plank Pose. Nice and easy. Strong and steady. When you get there
check your alignment. Wrists underneath the shoulders, toes in line with
the hip points. So knees in line
with the hip points. Ankles align with the knees. Then you’re gonna
reach the heels back, draw the shoulders away from the
ears and look slightly forward here as you lift the front
body up to meet the back body. Now breathe
into your belly here, activate those
muscles even more. Make the most of your
time on the mat as you breathe, breathe,
breathe, breathe all the way down
into your diaphragm. Keep the neck nice and long. We’re here for five,
breathe deep, stick with it.
Four, three, you got it. Two, nice and easy one,
Downward Facing Dog. Lift the hips up high,
send the heart back. Can take a couple
moments here to let go of any stress or tension. Clear your mind and pedal
it out maybe a little bit. Take your dog for a walk. Now clawing into the
fingerprints or coming onto the elbows if you like, we’re gonna
anchor through the left heel and slowly just pike
the right knee all the way in towards your heart space. You’re gonna lift the right knee
and flex through the right foot. Peek at me if you need to. Great, from here we’re
gonna draw big circles with the right knee one way. Nice and slow. And then when you
get back to the center, you’re just gonna reverse it,
go the other way. Nice and slow. And then twice more, one way. And the other.
You have it, you got it. One way one more time. And then the other. Toning the muscles, so awesome. Nice and strong now check it
out right knee’s gonna continue, come all the way through squeeze
right knee in towards the chest, press away from
your yoga mat, look down, upper body’s in Plank. We’re here for
five, four, three, two and Downward Dog on the one. Oh my goodness, nice work. Take a deep breath in.
I love you too, guys. It’s all good. Long breath out. Right heel anchors down. Left knee squeezes in. We flex through the left foot. So kind of like a flamingo here, a flamingo dog.
That’s the ticket! Here we go. Establishing one circle here,
nice and slow, carving line with the left knee. One way, nice and slow. You’re gonna wanna rush it here. And then the other. And then one way. And then reverse
it and the other. You got it, strengthening
the whole body here last time. One way. You got it, you got it, stick
with it and then the other. Breathe deep.
Make sure you’re breathing. Then continue all
the way in, shift forward, left knee squeezes up
and in towards the chest. Press away from your yoga mat. Try to touch your
left heel to your glute. Five, four, three,
two, awesome work, Downward Dog on the one. You got it.
Deep breath in. Nice cleansing breath,
let something go out. (loud exhale) Great, slowly lower
the knees. Sit back. Bring the hands at the heart
or maybe to the thighs and just feel that flush of energy. And try not to fidget or get
distracted here or laugh or curse me just close your eyes
or soften your gaze and breathe. So we’re getting tone and trim but
not at the cost of our sanity and our relationship
and our connection to what matters most,
right, to the self. Not on my watch. I’m gonna get ready for summer. I’m gonna get ready for all
the things I’m gonna do but not, not at the cost of losing my love or the potential
of love for myself. That said, let me
kick your butt again. Here we go, Plank Pose. Take your time. I hope you guys
get my point though. I think you do. Alright, the moment
you’ve been waiting for, here we go. Hip Dips, come to
a strong Plank first. Get your mind right. Quietly whisper
to yourself, “I can.” Do it. I can. Then soft bend in the elbows and if you need to you can always
come onto the elbows here. We’re gonna work the
obliques now, the side body. Strong core, strong back so that you can serve
yourself and others. Here we go,
dipping the right hip down. Keep length in the neck. So there’s a tendency to kind of
collapse the neck through these types of exercises. Keep that awareness that you
build every day you come on to your yoga mat through the spine. Come back to
center and left hip down. Now keep it going.
You can move at your own pace. Upper abdominals and lower belly
drawing in towards your center. Breathing deep. We’re doing this in
plank here with soft elbows. Nice IT band
stretch on that one too. Or we’re doing
this on the elbows. Forearm Plank
dipping down, coming up. Now, see if you can really
establish nice strong line as you come through center. And then notice if
you’re holding your breath. See if you can
deepen your breath. Breathe into those muscles. You’re gonna get more tone. You’re gonna get more out of
it the deeper you breathe. Great, wherever you are,
even it out. Smile and then
come back to center and then come all
the way to the belly! Oh yes. Amazing, come
onto the elbows here. Interlace the fingertips, press
the elbows into the ground. Press the pubic
bone into the earth, tuck then chin into the chest. Inhale, slowly roll it up. You should feel
an amazing stretch through your abdominals here. Subtle but sweet. Tight, then nice and
easy lift one foot up, then the other. Then you’re gonna slowly shift all of your toes
towards the right. And then all of
your toes to left. Alright, couple more
goes here. (laughs) Press into your elbows. So you’re not
collapse into your shoulders. Alright, then
come back to center. We’re gonna bring the knees back
in line with the hip points. Curl the toes under, draw the
hands underneath the shoulders. Inhale, press up, power up. Come into your power. We’re gonna come off the
hands in just a moment here so the last little ditty. You’re gonna press
away from the yoga mat, find your breath.
Inhale. Exhale, squeeze. Right knee all the way over
and up into the left elbow, toward left elbow, excuse me. Then release. Find center, then switch. Left knee over to right elbow. Gaze straight down.
Back to center. Crisscross back-and-forth but
make sure you pause in center. Moving nice and
slow and mindful. Oh yes. We got this. Feel those muscles turn on. I’m certainly
feeling them turn on! Breathing deep.
Slow and steady. Do two more on each side!
You got it! Here’s one.
And two. Keep that length in the spine. And here’s the
second round, you got it. And two. And then here we go,
lower all the way to the belly, inhale press into
the tops of the feet. Cobra, Bhujangasana. Exhale, release. Inhale in, smile like you
love yourself and then exhale, check it out.
Fancy yoga move. Flip-flop all the way
on to your back. (laughs) When you get there, take your hands
your belly if you like. Feel the ground the
earth underneath you. And then bend the knees,
bring the feet up. Fingertips are gonna
come towards the heels. We’re gonna walk the
shoulder blades underneath. Inhale, lift the hips. Stretch through the belly just
one little Bridge Pose here. Draw your chest to your chin
and then your chin to the sky. Take one more breath here. And then slow and steady,
release. Awesome, keep the
hands where they are. Press up off the
ball joints of the big toes and lift the knees
up towards the sky. Now, try to get your knee over
your hip point but you want your lower back to be supported so
there’s going to be a little bit of movement in time as you
build strength in your core. So if you’re just waking up
these muscles for the first time maybe ever, you might want to
bring the knees a little bit closer so you feel that support. If you’re slowly waking up these
muscles and in time find that you can bring the
knees further back, more stacked
over the hip points, work in that direction. Okey-doke, here we go. You’re gonna
extend the right leg, just the right leg. And then exhale, bring it in. Inhale, extend the left leg.
Just the left leg. And then bring it in. Nice. Inhale, extend the right leg. Maybe lower it down just a bit. And then bring it in. And then left leg. Inhale to extend, lower it maybe
just a bit and then bring it in. So we’re working
subtle movement here. You’ve done all this great
work in the upper body so now we’re working
subtle movement and this is really
activating lower belly. So, palms pressing
into the earth, upper body is relaxed. Bring that sensibility
of a yogi to this. Upper body relax,
soft and graceful. Inhale, extend one leg and
then exhale slowly bring it in. These knees are gonna
want to come all the way up so keep it nice and far away. Okay, nice and easy,
we’re movin’. Inhale to extend. Exhale to bring it in. Targeting the lower belly. Scooping the tailbone up. And then, find a drishti today. Something above to focus on. Maybe you even close the eyes. You just want to find one thing
to focus on or close the eyes so you can start to feel this
awakening in the lower belly which gets such a just a ton of bad juju, right? Constantly hiding this belly,
tucking it in, sucking it in. So building strength here, lower back is
supported by the mat. Definitely starting
to feel it here. Keep the upper
body nice and easy. You might feel that shake,
that prana moving here, keep it going with your breath. Inhaling to extend and
exhaling to bring it in. If you need more of a
challenge, gotta have more, just lower that leg that extends
and then reel it back in. You don’t want to overwork
the hip flexor here so that you can’t continue to do the reps
but maybe you do find that you can lower that extended leg
and then bring it back in. So just play around here. We’re gonna keep it going. As you continue on you’re gonna
be tempted to manifest tension in the upper body to cope but see if you can use your focus and your breath. Use your focus and your
breath to stay committed and to stay
committed in particular to the integrity
of the movement. Alright, definitely
going to meet your appropriate edge today. Do one more on
each side if you can. That’s the ticket! Alright, here we go,
even it out. Then keep the knees
over the hip points. You’re gonna inhale in, reach
your fingertips up an overhead. Exhale, straighten the legs, reach the fingertips up
towards the toes. Inhale, bend the knees,
bring it back down. Exhale, squeeze and lift. Imagine you’re bringing a big
beach ball up toward your toes. Inhale, back down. Exhale, bring it up. Inhale. Exhale. Stick with me guys.
Inhale. And exhale. Inhale. Exhale. Three more, you got it.
Inhale. Exhale. Inhale. Exhale. And one more time, inhale. Give it your everything. Exhale, squeeze and lift. Squeeze and lift,
squeeze and lift, squeeze and lift,
squeeze and lift, and release everything. Hug the knees into the chest.
You did awesome. Amazing. Crawl the shoulder
blades down the back body. Close your eyes. Imagine you’re a bear cub
scratching your back on a tree! And let it all go. You killed that. And if you struggle with that, I admire you for
sticking it with it, for just still listening. Still having the video playing. And remember you can,
the idea is to repeat this, to use this along
with your yoga practice. Along with your other training. Use it as a little
at home supplemental Core Power Wake Up call. When you’re ready,
let’s rock ‘n’ roll up and down the length of the spine. Ooh! Finding the nice
supportive breath. Something that feels awesome. Maybe inhaling this
idea or this feeling of new sensation or a change. And then exhaling any excess stagnant energy that just isn’t serving you any longer. When you’re ready,
come up to a nice seat. Let’s take a
little twist to one side, breathing into the belly. And then to the other.
Just nice and easy. And back to center.
Bring your hands together. Last bit of heat. Just creating a little
energy and as you do this, think about opening your heart. So we can get really focused on
one area of the body but we’re gonna end with
this heart opener. This warming heart opener. Sit nice and tall. Just as a reminder to the
brain, super powerful that as we continue on our journey to just
better ourselves and be the best version of ourselves
that we must do it mindfully and lovingly. Remembering that the body is
not a bunch of different parts. It’s one moving part. And I love you dear body! Deep breath in, lift your
heart, sit up nice and tall. And long breath out.
Bring the palms together. Sternum to thumbs,
thumbs to sternum. Close your eyes. Do, all my bad jokes aside, do take a moment
here to just honor your body and love your body. To notice your breath. And remember that it’s all one. Celebrate that.
We’ll bow the head to the heart. Here we go. Then finish by
quietly whispering Namaste. (upbeat music)

100 Comments

  1. As we continue our journey to better ourselves and to be the best version of ourselves we must do it mindfully and lovingly.

    I propose we donโ€™t buy in to language that doesnโ€™t support a healthy mind with that โ€œsummer bodyโ€.

    What say you?

  2. I always get terrified of core workouts but I loved this one..

  3. The Burn!

  4. I just caught up by doing 2 classes ! Any other friends doing RESET March??? Namaste ๐Ÿ™

  5. God bless the day you decided to make a YouTube channel. My heartfelt regards.

  6. Thank you Adriene for recognizing that we're all at different levels – I had to pause just to breathe halfway through because I almost broke down crying at how weak I've let my body become, I couldn't hold half these poses because of weak wrists and stiff lower back. It's easy to fall into a hate-shame spiral with yourself, so thank you for reminding us to love ourselves โค

  7. Returning to thie beautiful challenge..almost did it all and hey..I asked for it!Thank you !Enjoy dear fellow yogies!Namaste!

  8. 14:38 her laughhh omg THE CUTEST

  9. I LOVE this one. Always struggle with using my lower back instead of my abs. I think this will be a good one to add to my lunch break mix up routine.

  10. Doing Reset and loving it. Question for anyone: When doing the leg extensions with knees bent, I started getting a major burn in my quads near close to the hip socket. I feel like I should have been getting a burn in my abs. So the question is, is this a facet of the wrong position or weak quads? No negative thoughts about it, just noticed where I was feeling it toward the end! Thank you!!

  11. Obrigada! Esse foi um desafio!

  12. Thank you Adriene ๐Ÿ™

  13. My hands were shaking already by the end, right before getting to the "Namaste"! Ahah ๐Ÿ˜‰

  14. Thanks, great routine

  15. thank you Adriene!!! its a perfect video!
    love you

  16. This is was a quite practice to me. My body did a good job. My reflexes are sharper, it did increases my strengh. It's absolutely amazing what a session like that can do to your whole being. You motivate yourself. I feel very limber with it. Namaste.

  17. Adrienne you are the sweetest.

  18. Thank you Andriene! Just thank you for everything! <3

  19. Thank you for your encouraging words throughout! It helped me stick to the poses and not give up.

  20. Love your videos, but no matter what I do, even clawing through my fingers this really hurts my wrists. Any tips to strengthen wrists?

  21. Just did that before going to bed… Not the best idea but at least I will be tired ! Eventhough I am not very sporty and I do yoga everyday for only 3 weeks I foud this practise quite ok, I did not stuggle a lot hihi ! Already stronger thanks to yoga ! Send u lots of kisses. Ily

  22. im trying to do some 30 days yoga challenge, to get into yoga again, but this just is too hard for me as im still on beginners level and building up strength, any recommendation? it would be so nice with a playlist like this, other wise i guess i will have to make one myself ๐Ÿ™‚

  23. Thank you.

  24. Thanks for this, Adriene! Very good core exercise.

  25. Core challenge begins today๐Ÿ‘™

  26. That was HORRIBLE for me! I was sweating and shaking. But I want to do it again! XD

  27. Don't know if I'm doing something wrong but the second part, on my back, absolutely murdered my hip sockets. Didn't really feel it in my abs at all. Any thoughts?

  28. Hey Adrienne, do you do any more exercise (apart from walking dog) or do you just do yoga ?

  29. This is amazing if you have lower back pain & weakness. Thanks!!

  30. Day 60๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพloved this

  31. Thanks Adriene!

  32. After the workout when you told to roll up and down it felt so good!

  33. this was harder for my shoulders than anything else honestly

  34. I loved this practice, my core is definitely awake now ๐Ÿ™‚ I don't enjoy most traditional core exercises but this was low impact and really effective. I can feel it worked and I feel so much better and relaxed after all the breathing.

  35. thumbs up for low back farts on the matt in that last section, lol! day two of care done, cant go wrong with some core work!

  36. Omg! Is this just me, or is it one of your most difficult sessions?
    Loved it though <3

  37. If you have a sensitive lower back, DO NOT do this. Planks are terrible for your lower back.

  38. I feel like I am doing the first sequence of legs incorrectly. What exactly does pulling upper and lower abdominal wall toward center mean? I feel like all my core does is suck in but that must be wrong.

  39. Looked gentle at first sight, but this definitely wakes up the abs. Thanks Adriene.

  40. THIS IS THE EVIL WORKOUT YO!!! Evil Adriene… LOL. I survived though.

  41. Anyone else have crazy shaky legs during the end part on our backs, there?

  42. Thank you

  43. Good grief that was a kick in the pants, thanks Adriene! (No sarcasm intended)

  44. My wrists really hurt during this flow, and basically in every pose that involves a lot of pressure on hands. I tried to shift my weight to other parts of my hands like it was shown in pictures on the internet (if you google it, you know what i mean) ..but it still hurts. Anyone some tips?

  45. Houston we have a problem! Small London apartments donโ€™t have enough room for sweeping legs round or doing a Texas T! Need to lose the bed!!

  46. how can i do this if my wrist are hurting me?

  47. I can finally manage to hug my knees in tightly!! I'd been struggling with that for a while, I would hug them in but they'd kind of flop sideways. When you asked us to hug our knees in today I was surprised that I could actually do it now!! Thanks Adriene, you're a blessing xx

  48. Loving the intensity here! I can here thoigh a clacking sound everytime I lower my left leg (while lying down on the mat), no pain, but is it safe?

  49. One of my favorites, I really fell my whole body waking up. Thank you โค๏ธ

  50. Whenever i do core yoga my arms end up burning instead ๐Ÿฅต

  51. I can't continue with this one… I'm at 12min and I still don't feel my core working, but my wrists are hurting. Maybe I'm doing it wrong, or maybe it's just a bad day… Anyway, I usually love your practices so I'll just do another one.

  52. Great session wirh you Adriene!๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰

  53. You did kick MY butt, that's for sure!

  54. This was the most beautiful core routine ever! It was work but it felt so gentle and kind to my body. Absolutely loved it, thank you! ๐Ÿ™

  55. I really think this is a beautiful way to wake up your core! This is so good for the core and also so not boring! Namaste!

  56. I've dropped 40 lbs since February by reducing calorie intake and adding yoga daily to complement my weight training and aerobic workouts. Thanks Adriene.

  57. Woohoo!… Namaste ๐Ÿ™‚

  58. Day 4 of Reunite!

    Thank you for this, Adriene! I will do this yoga often to strengthen my core. Namaste. ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ

  59. Did this video just over a year ago and commented on here. My arms and wrists didn't suffer as much this time, as far as I can remember, but they still need a lot of strengthening as I had to go onto my fists or elbows a few times . Over a year later and I'm back with Day 4 of Reunite ๐Ÿ’™

  60. Oh Adriene, that first half was so tough for me on my arms in plank. I admit to collapsing into a little childโ€™s pose to recover so that I could return and continue ! Once on our backs I was fine. Low to the ground core work is my favourite. What a challenge this practice was for this senior yogi !! I feel so hot ๐Ÿฅต but all good, lovely all over body tingles, my yoga is done for today ๐Ÿ˜…see you tomorrow on the mat ๐Ÿง˜๐Ÿผโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿง˜๐Ÿปโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ’ž

  61. Perfect practice to follow on from Reunite with your Breath! Having discovered that my lack of energy and feelings of fatigue were a result of an under active thyroid, and not just moving house (!), my energies are slowly increasing as I up my meds. I wasn't able to do the hip dips and mountain climbers – this time (but soon!). Thank you Adriene xx Namaste ๐Ÿ’Ÿ๐Ÿ’Ÿ

  62. You killed me ๐Ÿ˜…
    Thank you ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ ๐Ÿ˜˜

  63. The planks, tough! But according to my doctor the best pose for lumbar stenosis, so I guess I am going to get good at them! Thanks again

  64. Oh wow! This one was challenging for me! Thank you! <3

  65. Day 5 of REUNITE ๐Ÿ™Feeling proud of me for sticking till the end ๐Ÿ˜‰

  66. Day 5! That was fantastic!! My legs feel like a baby giraffe going down stairs but I still feel so strong! Will definitely be doing this one again(:

  67. What a great start to wake the abs up which I haven't felt them like that after doing this lol. Some moves were difficult, but stuck it through like a champ! ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿผ

  68. Haha I love reading these comments, apparently I'm not the only one struggling with this one. I got through it though, and with more practise it'll be easier. To all my Reunite friends: go you! you're doing awesome!

  69. Woke up my core have a great ๐Ÿ‘ day

  70. No need to be rough all the time just to smash that workout you have been doing in order to achieve your body goals but rather be loving to your own body because it will love you back even more and results will come out without you even noticing it ๐Ÿ˜‰โœจ Thank you so much Adriene and namaste ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ’—

  71. Did this right after my workout, so my whole body was already exhausted. The planks and the downward dogs were a killer, but the abs exercises felt so good! I might have gotten a bit teary eyed at the end when I said "I love you, body" and for the first time in my life I felt like I actually meant it.

  72. Holy jamoly Batman this was hard (my way of not swearing so much!) And I almost cursed Adriene anyway. Haha. Seriously this was hard. Maybe the hardest core strengthener yet at least for me. Day 5 Reunite hit finished ๐Ÿ˜Ž

  73. I am actually surprised. I am not sure if I ever did this one. I was cursing while doing some of this practice today. Lol. Not at you or anyone in particular. Sometimes practices are so much easier than others! Lol. I finished though. Yay! ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿป๐ŸŽ‰๐Ÿคฃ

  74. To be honest, my mind was struggling a lot which cause my body so just wanna quit and I had to control it but I didn't quit, I stuck to it and I am satisfied that I did so thank u for this one Adriene, much love, Namaste Everyone ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’ž๐Ÿ’“๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿ’–โค๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ™

  75. REUNITE day 5

    Waking up the core, letโ€™s go!

    Namaste.

    #ywaREUNITE #FWFG

  76. Day 5 of REUNITE! I love this video because it challenges me, but it does not pressure me to do anything or feel bad about my body. I also love the peacefulness of this workout. Thank you for making my yoga and workout time happy!

  77. Boy, this one was hard for me, all the upper body work! I had to take 2 short breaks. But even if did 2 less movements, the important is that I did itand not give up! Thx to always believe in us and never judge us!

  78. Hard but I did most! Finished it with gustoโ™ฅ๏ธ

  79. Thank you so much for your channel! I love the monthly calendars and everything you do. Itโ€™s getting me back to exercising daily.

  80. i really enjoyed this practice! ive been off my mat for a few weeks or so, thing called life happened and i really hate that because i love my time on the mat. This practice kicked my butt, but i made it through, didnt give up! Found this site in Jan of this year,, been practicing ever since. Adriene, Would love to have you come visit in Raleigh NC sometime!!

  81. Am I the only one who feels more of a workout in the arms? ๐Ÿ‹๏ธโ€โ™‚๏ธ

  82. Loved this โค๏ธ

  83. I really like this core workout, but I can't roll to the top of my back when we are rolling out our spines. Not sure if I'm doing something wrong or it there is just some way I need to loosen that.

  84. My namaste today was so funny. My hands were shaking uncontrollably. But I made it so… Namaste, everyone!

  85. Loved this practice – started it yesterday but had internet issues so had to abandon and come back to this today. Love the leg sweeps and stretches. Have a beautiful day everybody – Metta x

  86. Thank you, Adriene!

  87. This is like THE best practice cuz i love core exercises so much, thank you๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•

  88. Planking ROCKS!!! ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป

  89. How on earth a pose where we are half lying doing can be so … exhausting !

  90. Thanks Adriane!! Last 2 weeks i didnt work out because i was on a trip and my back started to hurt and when it hurts it means my core and my stomach is starting to weaken… thanks for getting me back on trackโค๏ธ

  91. Great yoga workout! thank you Adriene

  92. I do this practice ALOT and this morning I did ALL THE DIPS without having to take a break. WHOA!!!! #namawesomeste #dipboss Thank you for the reminders core work doesn't have to be a bummer and toning/tightening/strengthening is best when we keep our sanity and self love! xoxo

  93. I should not have done this after an arm workout ๐Ÿ˜†

  94. Thank you for this practise and for encouraging a healthy perspective on or bodies <3

  95. What yoga mat are you using here? Looks like an extra wide/long which is what I'm looking for. I'm 6'2". Love all of your videos. Thank you!!

  96. Day 216๐Ÿ”ฅ Iโ€™ll need this practice for winter mornings๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ

  97. Thank youโ™ฅ๏ธโ™ฅ๏ธโ™ฅ๏ธ

  98. Revisiting this one cause it's so good!

  99. I love you with all my heart adriene and my buddy Benji God bless you

  100. This one isn't my favorite but I am grateful for your work

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