Yoga for Weight Loss | Abs & Arms | Yoga With Adriene

What’s up, everyone? Welcome to Yoga with
Adriene. I’m Adriene. And today we have another Yoga for Weight Loss sequence for you. This
is, per your request, we’re going to focus on the abdominals today, and the arm muscles,
the muscles of the arms. This is a fun sequence that will help you if you are interested in
toning the body, building strength, connecting with your breath. The Yoga for Weight Loss
series has been very popular so we want to continue to touch on sequences that build
major muscle groups, but also bring a little yogic sensibility into that. So we’re going to work hard today. You can
repeat the sequence more than once if you want more of a workout. Or if you’re new to
the practice and new to yoga for weight loss, then you can just do what you can, and favorite
this video so you can return to it and see how much you grow, which I know you will if
you return to the practice. Thanks for being here with me and let’s get to it! All right, my friends. So we’re actually going
to start in a cross-legged position and just do a quick check in with the body and the
breath before we go flat on our back, and start to check in with the abdominal wall.
So sit up nice and tall. Find your breath, close your eyes,. And just begin to draw a
couple small circles with the nose, one way, and then the other. Set an intention to keep
a nice awareness on your breath, and particularly on your neck today as we connect to our core.
And then bring the head back to center stillness. Take your left palm to your right knee, right
fingertips behind, and we just take a gentle twist to the right. Again, also setting the intention to keep
an awareness on the spine. And we come through center and take it to the other side. Just
kind of stretching it out and checking in with the breath. Arrive on the mat here. You
might go one way and then the other. Choose to make the best of your next moment here
with yourself on your mat, as we scooch up towards the front edge, and slowly release
back down to your mat. So what I mean by that is take this time for yourself. You’ve committed
to the video, so let’s see what happens. We’re going to come to stretch out nice and
long. Just getting centered on the mat here, as we take a deep breath in through the nose,
and exhale out through the mouth. Awesome. Hug the knees into the chest. Now, in through
the nose. Scoop your tailbone up, and exhale out through the mouth. Rock a little side
to side. Find what feels good. Point and flex the feet. Rotate the ankles. Awesome. Now, we’ll keep the knees up. As we interlace
the fingertips, bringing the palms up and over and behind the head. Cool. I’m going
to keep my thumbs extended here like so, just to kind of cradle and support the neck. Again,
we set intentions to keep a nice mindfulness to the neck here. So there should be no strain
in the neck or the muscles of the face as we head into this practice or during the practice. All right. Bring your awareness now to the
space between your navel and your spine. Anchor the navel down as you scoop the tailbone up.
So again, you can take a look at the video here, I’m going from here to here. Scooping
tailbone up towards the sky, anchoring, kind of stamping down my lower back to the mat.
Cool. Now, spread the elbows left to right, nice
and wide. Try to keep them wide for this next beat here as we lift the shins up parallel
to the ceiling. Inhale in. Exhale, lift the head, the neck, the shoulders again. Elbows
are going to want to come in like we do for a crunch. Keep them nice and wide. Great. Inhale, straighten the right leg. Exhale,
lower it down as you squeeze the left knee up. It’s going to hover here. Take a deep
breath in. Exhale, switch. Deep breath in. Exhale, switch. Deep breath in. Exhale, switch.
Now, take your left elbow to your right knee. Deep breath in. Exhale, switch. Right elbow
to left knee, little yogi bicycles here. Inhale through center. Exhale, switch. Now as you
switch, really press through the heel of that extended leg. Inhale through center. Exhale,
switch, keeping the lower back lengthened and stamped down to the earth. Move with your
breath. This is like the yogic version of bicycles
here. And as we continue, I really encourage you, I invite you to find that exhale out
through the mouth. As you extend the leg long, squeeze the knee in. Inhale through center.
Exhale out through the mouth. Find a rhythm here. Keep scooping the tailbone up. We’ll
do one more on each side. And then we release. Arms come around, squeeze the knees into the
chest, relax the weight of the head down. Awesome job. All right. So next up, we’re going to bring
the soles of the feet together, outer edges of the feet to the mat. Take a second to bring
your hands to your belly. Take a deep breath in. And exhale out through the mouth. Awesome.
Again, we interlace the fingertips, bring them up and over the head, elbows wide. Now, this time we’re going to scoop the tailbone
up, navel down. And if you feel a pinch in the hip creases here, go ahead and draw your
toes out just a little bit here as we prepare for butterfly sit-ups, or cobbler’s pose crunches.
We do this in the Empower Program. If you’re interested in taking your practice to the
next level, Empower is my version of power yoga. You should check it out. It’s a lot
of fun. And we do these in one of the supplemental videos. So here we go. Just take a moment to get settled
in, definitely bring your awareness to your pelvis, to the sacrum. Make sure you feel
comfortable there. As you scoop the tailbone up, engage the upper abdominals. So you can
see that little tilt in the pelvis here engages these muscles. Awesome. We take a deep breath in. And we exhale. Lift
the head, the neck, the shoulders, just let it hover here. Arms and legs are mirroring
each other here. We can extend the thumbs and create this little hammock for the neck.
So I’m not straining here, but I’m keeping a softness. Great. Then we’ll take a deep
breath in. Exhale. Draw your chin to your chest. Inhale, this time lower all the way
down, knuckles kiss the earth. Exhale, chin to chest. Keep the elbows wide. Inhale. Exhale.
Find your rhythm. As I’m exhaling, tailbone is lifting up, navel
is drawing down. So I’m really getting the most out of this movement. I’m not just kind
of hoisting my body up and down. Keep it going. Keep a softness in the face or smile. We’re
going to do five more, wherever you’re at. And we release. Take the fingertips to the
outer edges of your thighs. Close the knees, hug the knees up towards the chest. We take
a deep breath in through the nose, and a long exhale out through the mouth. Relax. Awesome. Cross the right ankle over the left.
Grab the outer edges of the feet. Bend your elbows left to right. If it’s available here,
you might draw the toes up towards the ears, if that feels good on the lower back. It should
feel extra yummy after those butterfly crunches. But if you’re new to the practice, and we’re
still creating space there, you might be here, breathing, massaging the lower back as you
rock a little side to side. Then anchor your navel to your spine, and
here’s where the fun is. We’re going to rock front to back, one of my favorite moves. A
little silly, but if I can do it on YouTube, surely you can do it in the comfort of your
own home. Or maybe you’re having a little yoga party. Arms and abs party. Oh yeah. And
you might take a moment to hover here, particularly if you have a shoulder stand practice. And
you might move nice and slow, or you might speed it up. You might reverse the cross of
your ankles in between. And this is just a little invitation to remember to have fun.
Also, an awesome massage for the spine. Stay connected to your center. Let’s do one more
wherever you are. And then we’ll roll all the way up and come to all fours. Okay. So from all fours here, my friends,
we’re going to take a second to just find our alignment, press on the tops of the feet
and find that hovering Cat-Cow. We breathe deep here. And we remember the neck, nice
and long here. Beautiful extension of the spine. So if it’s here, send your gaze out
straight down. And if you’re feeling frisky today, lift your right toes. Draw a couple
circles, release. Lift the left toes, press into all 10 knuckles and release. Great. Slowly lower the knees, walk the palms out.
Eek, your nose. Okay. And then curl the toes under as we lift up into plank. Cool. So we’re
going to come into a nice top of a push-up here. Find that sit bone to heel connection.
We can always take breaks here. But we’re going to inhale in deeply and exhale. Bend
the knees to kiss the mat. Inhale, spike through the heels. Exhale, bend the knees, kiss your
mat. Mwah. Inhale, spike the heels back. Exhale, knees kiss the earth. Five more. You got this.
Inhale, extend. Exhale lower. Inhale. Exhale. Keep it nice and slow. Inhale, extend. Exhale,
kiss. Mwah. Inhale, extend. Draw your navel up as you exhale. Kiss the knees. Great. Inhale, extend, stay here. We’re going to
walk the left palm in towards the center line. And as we turn out towards the right side
of the mat, come on to the outer edge of that right foot, excuse me, left foot. And inhale,
right arm lifts high. Now everyone, lift your hips up towards the sky. Remember that hovering
cat here, as you inhale and exhale, nice, long, smooth deep breaths. Side plank. Great
for the arms. Great full body strengthener here. As we draw the navel in towards the
spine, you can lift the leg here. I’m super sore today so I’m tired. You can take any
variation you like. You can even bend that front knee. Practice here. One more breath. Inhale in, exhale, straight
on to the other side. So I’m going to turn here so I’m facing you. But right palms going
to come into center. Take a break in between if you need to. But otherwise, if you’re challenging
yourself today, come onto the outer edge of that right foot, and go right into it, lifting
the hips, drawing energy up from the center channel. And we come to side plank. Breathe.
Tuck your chin into your chest, navel to your spine. Relax your shoulders down away from
the ears. Create a full body experience. If your body is shaking, like mine, yay! Prana
moving, body transforming. Take a deep breath in, exhale out. Let’s do one more breath cycle
in. And if you want to play with a leg or on this side, you can. And on an exhale, we
release. Great. Lower the knees. Take a quick rest. Rotate the wrist. And then we’re going
to come back to that plank. Yikes. Okay. So Chaturanga push-ups. So for this, you can
keep the knees lowered or you can come nice and wide with the legs. So what we’re doing
essentially is shifting the weight forward. If we’re on top of a push-up, hugging elbows
into the side body, hovering half way, and then pressing back up. Oh my gosh, I’m so
tired. My arms are sore. So if you’re wanting to challenge yourself
and create more heat, this is where you’re headed, Chaturanga push-ups, halfway hover,
and then navel to spine as you press back up. Okay. We can also lower the knees. And
practice this half push-up here. Everyone, keep lengthening your neck, gaze forward.
Inhale in. Exhale. Hover. So we’re either on the knees or on the toes. You inhale, press
on all 10 fingerprints. Exhale, hover. You got this. Five more, wherever you are.
Gaze is forward. Last one. And we release onto the belly. Awesome. Take a rest here
in slumber party pose. So if you’re new to the practice or if you’re just tired, I’m
with you. My arms are super sore, but we just take little bits at a time and we stay connected
to our breath. Okay. Awesome. Press into your pelvis. Reach
the fingertips back. Salabhasana, a variation. We inhale in, extend to the crown of the head,
exhale. Send the fingertips and toes up and out. Spread the palms wide, relax your shoulders
down away from your ears. We inhale, reach the fingertips up. Exhale, float them back,
like you’re swimming through water. Inhale, reach the fingertips up. Exhale. Everyone, tuck your chin into your chest,
lengthen through the back of the head and neck. Inhale, reach it up. Exhale, release.
We do 5 more of these, you can count in your head. Inhale, reach up. Exhale. Inhale. Exhale.
Radiating energy through the fingertips and toes. Inhale. And then exhale. And inhale.
I don’t even know if that was 4 or 5. And exhale. On this last one, we get a little creative.
We bend the knees and the elbows. If we like, we swim a little here. Great full body strengthener.
And then we release. So I’m not really into counting. It’s not really my thing. So if
I get off on the counting, I’m sorry. Take a little child’s pose here. And then we’re going to come back up to plank.
Yay! Don’t panic. Wide arm push-ups here. So this is definitely to build strength. So
we can be on the toes here or on the knees. We’re going to take the palms. We’re going
to bring to this kind of L-shaped here. The index finger and thumb are going to be the
only fingers that are on the mat here. Let the other fingers fan off. And we find our
push-up, either top of a push-up or half push-up. We inhale, keep the gaze forward. Exhale,
lower down. Inhale, rise up. Exhale, lower. Inhale. Exhale. Inhale. Exhale, release. Find
your rhythm. Listen to your breath. Keep it going. Five more. One more. And release. Extended child’s pose this time. Knees nice
and wide. Or downward facing dog. So we’re working on all levels here. Depends where
you are and how you’re feeling today. We’re in downward facing dog or extended child’s
pose. Catch your breath. Then slowly, we’ll come back up. Okay. Last thing here and then we flip back
onto our backs. Yay! We’re going to spread the palms wide, come to a top of a push-up.
Everyone, come to that top of a push-up. So this time, we’re going to bring the toes in
line with the hip points. And again, we’re going to press away from the earth. Draw your
lower belly in, make sure the hips aren’t coming up too high and towards the sky. See
if you can really find that sit bone to heel connection. Okay? And from here, I inhale in. Exhale. Touch
the left toes off the mat. Inhale to center. Exhale, touch the right toes off the mat.
Keep your gaze forward, neck nice and long. We dance here. Find your breath. Listen to
your exhale. Pick up your pace. And then after your dance, slowly lower the knees, curl the
toes under, and take a moment to rotate the wrist. Maybe check in with that neck again.
Awesome. So my idea of conditioning is to keep it nice
and light, and fun and loose. So if counting is your thing, then count. But if I could
invite you to do anything, it is to make breathing your thing. Get in the rhythm of things with
your breath, okay? We’re going to do that dance one more time. Let’s do it. Pressing
away from the earth. Just so you can find your breath. So there really is no right or
wrong. But use your breath as a little soundtrack, as a little metronome for your work here on
the mat. Here we come. Plank pose. Inhale. Exhale. Toe tapping out. We can also some onto the elbows here, my
friends. Everyone, keep your hips nice and low. Here we go. Five more. And three, four,
and last one. And lower down. Awesome. Curl the toes under again. We roll up. This time
loop the shoulders, the wrists. And then my favorite thing, we turn and swirl coming back
onto flat back. Awesome. Inhale, extend the fingertips and toes out long. Take a full
body stretch. And exhale, float the fingertips down. Palms are going to come underneath the
buttocks here. So this takes a second to get situated in. I’m going to move my mic a little bit here.
Cool. Palms face down. We draw the shoulder blades in and together and down. And here
we go guys, we’re almost done. We got this. Press into all 10 fingerprints. Send the legs
out long. Cool. So first things first, we draw the navel to the spine. We really, really
lengthen through the lower back as we draw the navel in. So here’s me drawing belly button
in, Uddiyana Bandha. And I like to really keep awareness through all of my palm here. Great. Neck is nice and long. Navel to spine.
As I hug the knees in, send the legs up. So I’m going to flex through the feet here, pressing
through the heels, slowly being to lower down. Lower down only as far as to where your lower
back stays flush with the mat or your navel stays engaged. So that will be a little different
for everyone. Maybe you can lower all the way to here. Maybe it’s here, maybe it’s here.
Meet your edge. So find that place where you feel still support in your lower back. And
when you feel like you’ve met your edge, your lower back’s about to go, then draw your knees
back in. So we stay nice and supportive in the lower back here. Inhale, extend. Exhale, press through your
heels, lower down. When you meet your edge, navel to spine, hug it in. So you can find
a little softness here as we build strength. Keeping a nice awareness in the neck and the
face. And mix and matching here. So sometimes I come and my edge is here, and I’m like,
okay navel. Draw in. And sometimes I’m able to lower my legs, my mermaid tail, as I like
to imagine, all the way to here. And then I reel it in. So play here. So we’re bringing a little yogic sensibility
to this abdominal work here. Absolutely. And if you keep returning to this video, you’ll
feel so awesome and be so surprised how one day you’re here, rolling it in, and then one
day, you’re just so mindfully, and with such great integrity, come all the way to here.
And reel it back in. Keep going, my friends. Don’t forget to breathe. Awesome. Let’s do five more. Hey, we got this.
Move at your own pace. So you don’t have to look at the video here. It’s awesome. We know
what we’re doing. We’re working it out. We’re spending this time on ourselves. So that we
can be stronger, happier, healthier, shinier human beings. Finish it up. Awesome. Now, we’re going to send the fingertips left
to right when you’re done. I begin to rock a little, back and forth, letting the knees
hover in this recline twist variation. It should feel so awesome for your side body,
great on the abdominals. Also really good for those digestive organs. Take out any bloating.
And inspire you to keep deepening the breath. So back and forth we go. And last but not least, here we go. We send
the toes up towards the sky. You can keep a soft bend in your knee. It doesn’t have
to be straight here. But a nice energetic lift through the heel. So even if we’re not
straightening here, we keep a nice brightness in the feet. Okay. This time, we’re going
to reach the arms up and overhead, and you can soften, bend at the elbows. Either cactus
arms here, or ballerina arms here. For me and my shoulders, it feels kind of nice to
come to this football, Aztec-y, cactus arms. Okay. So this movement is small and strong, working
those deep, deep muscles. As we inhale, we lift the tailbone up, navel draws down. As
we exhale, we release. Inhale, working deep. Inhale, lift tail. Exhale, lower. So there’s
a tendency here to do this. Inhale, kick the toes back. Exhale, lower. Inhale, lift. Exhale,
lower. And yeah, I’m working my muscles pretty good
here. But I encourage you to make it smaller, so you can get those deep, deep muscles. Really
working from the inside out here. This is the abdominal work that’s going to help you
fly in some of your Asanas, Warrior IIIs, some of those arm balances. This is also really
great for the back. Great for the posture. So again, try to avoid kicking your toes up
towards your nose. And keep it nice and small, lifting and releasing. Lifting and releasing.
Keep it going. Ooh, starting to feel it now, for sure. Keep it going. So just when you feel like giving up, or if
you’ve already taken your break, hop back in and let’s finish this out together. Ready?
Here we go. And we release. Come to that Supta Baddha Konasana one more time. Bring the hands
to the belly and give yourself a little rub down. Hey oh. Oh yeah baby. All right. Nice
work today. We’re going to send the fingertips out wide,
oops sorry, and then the toes out long. And really truly I invite you. Do me a favor.
Spend a couple minutes here in this pose here, Shavasan. Yeah. Even if it’s just a minute.
Closing your eyes. Relaxing the weight of your body completely and fully into the mat.
So you can repeat this video again. If you’re not ready to rest, you can do this whole video
one more time. If you are ready to rest, give yourself a moment or two here to just balance
out the energetic body. Honor your time on your mat, and with yourself. Love is in the
air. Deep breath in. And long exhale out. Nice work, everyone. Namaste.


  1. NEW EPISODE! Per your request! ABS and ARMS! AKA Get Fit without losing your mind. #yoga   #yogaforweightlos   #yogaforabs   #corepoweryoga   #yogaforarms   #yogasculpt   #findwhatfeelsgood   #yogawithadriene   #yogaforeveryone   #yogaforhealth   #yogabody  

  2. Amazing video It’s very effective on the abs .Thank you for sharing it with us . Can you make a video of love handles ?

  3. Love this! The most I have ever sweat with yoga! And if you don’t sweat than i don’t feel like I’m doing anything 🤷🏻‍♀️ Thank you!!

  4. Slightly stronger than the last time I tried this. I couldn't do everything perfectly but I tried my best on all and my arms feel like shaking limp noodles right now. I'm going to keep trying this now and again until I am strong enough to have to do it a second time because the first wasn't enough, LOL!

  5. Oh boy! I so need this! I belong to the set of people do massive simplifications and just a few reps on each exercise/pose. But I will definitely be repeating this video at least once a week and look forward to noticing the improvements.

  6. I will use those videos to practice looking an insanely beautiful woman in the eyes and not freaking out.

  7. Twist crunches are not Yoga. Stop calling it that. At best it's Pilates which I will concede is inspired by Yoga. Yoga is an ancient spiritual practice.

  8. Great great work out! Thank you!

  9. Both your nose picking and HEYO were completely unexpected and hilarious (Y) (Y) (Y) zen comics, I tell you what…

  10. I’ve been doing sort of restore and relax yoga with Adriene recently after dedicate journey. Finally kicked myself to do more power yoga and I am so glad I picked and did this one – sort of nice to feel the power I have again and remind myself I can do it.
    Love love love yoga with Adriene….
    Aw only one thing…. benjie is missing on this one – not the same, not the same without him 😂 😘

  11. Strtd tdy ….ma arms nd belly painng lyk hell…so mch dffclty n doin dose sde plnks nd pushups …bt wont gve up…nd fm tdy vl strt doin t everydy…Thnku Adriene…😄

  12. Returning…nos 5 times more…åh my…I Will survive…next time!Enjoy the buena onda fellow yogiers!

  13. I did two of your videos a day for a good 3 or 4 days in a row (on shorter video and a longer video) last week, i took a three day break (i was helping my family move into a new house, otherwise i would've started the week again earlier). Yesterday I looked at myself in the mirror and i noticed that my lower stomach looked slightly toned ( I am 5'1" and am around 125lbs so I am chubby and my belly button kinds droops). I have been struggling with finding exercises that will actually help me reduce my stomach fat and help me tighten up what was left over from what I lost during a depression period early last year ( i had lost 25 pounds), and I am very glad that i found your videos. I hope to stick with them and see where they take me as I have been very insecure and unhappy with my body for many years. I turn 20 in May, and i would like to get as fit as i can before then as a gift to myself, and also a start of a promise that my 20s will be the best years of my life as i will take better care of myself physically and mentally. thank you adriene

  14. I swapped Day 9 of RESET for this one ! I had to modify some of this to suit my body and did my version. Maybe at 73 this is a bit of a challenge but I breathed through and it was good ! 🧘🏼‍♀️🧘🏻‍♀️🙏💞

  15. Hey adrieine , i do practise yoga i loved the way you spoke thru out , encouraging the tired mind and body with awareness and sweet pampering. Love yourself works

  16. Thanks Adriene! Day 70 for 2019.

  17. Nice! Thanks Adriene!

  18. Wow! This video was hard for me but I am going incorporate into my dedicate yoga every other day for strengthing my arms and abs. I am 52 and just started the dedicate 30 days for first time on day 29 today and added this gem of a video to help with my arms and abs. Whew! I could only do 18 min. Thank you Adriene!!!

  19. I can't do yoga with anyone else. It's not the same! Thank you so much for your videos. I'm really enjoying working my way through them. You're an excellent teacher 😊

  20. Did this one again after starting over on dedicate day 1. I was able to do the entire video this time. Will do it again either tomorrow or next day. This one is great!!! Makes me sore and I feel stronger each time I do it.

  21. Tried to slip this one in again today, got 18 min in and had to stop. Will try again tomorrow.

  22. Weird how I can do the entire video some days and other days I can't! Today was good, I did the entire video! Yay! I feel amazing! Thank you Adriene.

  23. It really helped me today, I was about to do a ten min Before Bed practise when YT suggested me this video, thought I would give it a try and loved it. Namaste!

  24. Jamming today, was able to do day 7 again on dedicate and this one!! Yay!

  25. Thanks for this workout-Due to surgery I can't do regular sit ups and this style does not hurt at all. It ain't easy! LOL!

  26. Still loving this video every other day, but did do it yesterday. Could be getting stronger to do it every day now?? Thanks Adriene!

  27. good work out today!

  28. Great work out again today!! 2 days in a row!!!

  29. I love this abs and arms workout! I do it at least once a week and I see a significant difference in every thing I do that involves abs… Namaste…

  30. Great workout again, sweated big time and could do more push-ups, that arm and leg side thing is still difficult but I am getting there. Thanks, Adriene!

  31. First time in 2 days doing this one! But I did it today!!! Yay! Feel great! Thank you, Adriene!

  32. I've decided to do this workout from now on. Also I would like to do others from this playlist! Namaste everybody.

  33. First time in a week! My wrist are hurting so bad, I had a rough time with this one today. Not sure what to do with wrist. Maybe tape them before doing my session. Uug!

  34. Did all but the plank moves; uug! Struggle struggle, weak wrist still.

  35. Did it all today!!! Thanks Adriene!

  36. Did it again all the way!!! Yay! Feeling good! Thanks Adriene!

  37. Thanks Adriene. Good exercise on a sore morning. 🙂

  38. 2nd time, it has been a while but I can tell I am better than the first.

  39. Haven't done this session in weeks! But it feels so good to get back in it! Thanks Adriene!

  40. Got me sweating today girl! Namaste! (Now I'm gonna do one of your calmer sequences to balance myself out!) 🙏🏼

  41. Felt good to add this one to my day 7 again!

  42. Åhhh,,…do 5 more….Lol…I asked for it!Thank you muchacha!Enjoy fellow yogies!

  43. As a person whose has heart's problem and can't lift weights and run and do HIIT workouts, this is the best thing in the whole world. I was feeling so down and unhealthy but then I found your videos and I'm so much better right now. I didn't like yoga bc was to annoying or silly or something like that but you make everything so easy and fun to work with! Thank you so so so much❤️

  44. Thankyou Adriene , that was exactly what my mind and body needed , second time round , and feeling strong , sending love and best wishes 🍀 🙏💕

  45. Its been at least 6 days, but today I was able to do it! My lower back is back to center so I am loving life again! Thanks, Adriene!

  46. Dont think I'll be able to suck in my gut tomorrow 🤭😂 so grateful for your videos and your energy, Adriene 💞

  47. Wow its been a week since I did this one! Well I felt good today and now I feel even better! Thanks, Adriene!

  48. Wow am I feeling this one the day after! Such an awesome strengthening session ✨💪🏻 thanks Adriene!

  49. I have a syndrome which causes my joints to dislocate so many of the moves I cant do for very long; however, I love these videos because she makes me feel that it's ok and to do my best. Thank you for the healing and the confidence boost Adriene.

  50. All I could think was “oh god 2014 Adrienne is way less chill than 2019 Adrienne”. I loved it.

  51. I fancy u

  52. Every time I do ab work like this, I start feeling it in the tops of my hips, especially during the last exercises lying on my back and lowering the legs. Is that normal, or am I doing something incorrectly? Challenging video!

  53. Hello Adriene! Please do a yoga session for women on periods! I really wanna rid myself of all the cramps and your yoga has helped me tons already! It would be a great help to feel healthy and happy during menstruation for a lot of women including myself 🙂

  54. I injured my back when I was 16 and I'm now 35 and I have been working out ever since then hardcore and I must say you are an absolute beast Adriene and I mean that in the best way possible lol. Thank you for showing me a whole new style of workout. I love it and I'm officially dead rn 😜😊

  55. You’re simply the best. Thank you for making all these useful, unique and thoughtfully explained videos! I also really value your light heartedness throughout. Reminds me not to take things too seriously on or off the mat. 🙏

  56. Ello! I just did this one for the first time, and on the last move, I was feeling a burn more in my quads and hips than my abs. Does that mean I was somehow doing it wrong, or am I just that out of shape? Thanks!

  57. I Love it

  58. i love to come home and work out with at least one of your videos daily but i gotta say… this one killed me! (in a good way). you've helped me find my inner confidence and you always remind me to thank my body for what it's able to do, and for that i thank you <3

  59. Ouch, im glad i tried an easy one first

  60. Day 22 -June, 2019 done! Wow I’m definitely gonna feel that tomorrow and I’m gonna love every second of it! See you tomorrow Adriene

  61. you exhale very loud lol

  62. 8am and it's already 30°C in my apartment so this easy breezy session made me not sweat at all… or well.

  63. thank you

  64. This practice will definitely make you much stronger, happier, and shinier human being 🤩✨ Just do five more, okay? 😅 Thank you so much Adriene and namaste 🙏🏻💗

  65. Day 24 of POWER! Wow, I didn't expect it to be soooo hard and so sweaty, this made me 100% jelly … 😀 But loved it anyway, feeling fresh and powerful! See you tomorrow! NAMASTE <3

  66. Wow! What a wonderful, empowering, non-shaming practice! It is the best 30 minute practice I’ve found to mindfully work on abs, arms and heart. Thank you Adriene!

  67. Oh yeah! My abs are burning 🔥🔥🔥 day 24…..

  68. My body is really feeling all those other practices and I was struggling throughout this practice but I didn't quit and I did it feeling really drained but I'm okay so thanks for kicking our butts Adriene it was a learning experience, much love and Namaste Everyone 💕💞💓💗💖❤💪🙏

  69. POWER day 24

    Love is in the air!


    #ywaPOWER #FWFG

  70. Adriene : "You can repeat this practice" Me : Are you kidding? Right now? Just feel impossible. Was so intense and hard. But I did. Side plank killed me, but I did it anyway, not perfectly, not as long, but I did it. Namaste

  71. What a workout! Chataranga push ups killed me 😂

  72. This is one of those practices where I am not where I'd like to be, but I sure have come far! I can see growth, so I know to keep at it and one day! One day I will get there. This 52 year old woman isn't giving up yet!

  73. Woooo that was rough! But hot damn I made it through 🔥 🔥 🔥

  74. I think I'm definitely going to feel this tomorrow!! Great abs and arms workout!

  75. What doesn't kill us makes us stronger!

  76. my hip popped so loudly! yay.

  77. Praise Yo’! 🙏

  78. Been a while since I've done this video, but been doing dedicate every day. This is my 4th time on dedicate and I have to say my strength is getting better by the day. I am totally relaxed, less tension less stressed out since I've started yoga w Adriene.

  79. Me at beginning of video: huh not so bad slow pace I can do this ;D


  80. Please do teach weight gain yoga also… 💕

  81. Is there any way you could do yoga for calf’s and legs please ^^

  82. Day 204✔️ Holly wow 😂this practice is a killer but I’m embracing the heat and loving it .My abs literally went numb but we Gucci 🙏🏾

  83. getting used to your talking…. love doing yoga with you…. best one is cat pose hahaha…. lost some inches on the belly.. thank you.
    please do some yoga for face for those wrinkles
    love you

  84. I had good dedication doing this one! 👍👍

  85. Love this! One of my faves…thank you:-)

  86. I always pick this one when I don’t have much time but then I remember just after starting that it’s a hard one ! Hahaha
    I have been improving tho !
    Thanks Adriene

  87. I ONLY watch your yoga videos , no one else gets me . Thanks for being amazing !!

  88. I've been doing some of your videos on and off and this one really made me realize you're really aware of all the muscles in the body! Out of all the YT yoga instructors, you explain the movements with intention in mind and take them at a manageable pace. Thanks for the great video!

  89. hi there, would anyone be able to give me a rough estimate of the calories burnt doing this workout? my therapist has suggested yoga and workouts as a tool to help my journey in recovery from bulimia

  90. Shavasana has never felt so good…..your core stuff is killer 🧘🏻‍♂️

  91. Note to self: When Adriene says “this is a workout”, she’s not just saying that to make you feel good! Hardest video yet! Yay me! Thanks A!!

  92. thank you so much. It's awsome.

  93. These videos have been great warmups for my calisthenics work outs, even if they make me sweat like mad and want to die hehe! I truly believe I'm seeing progress in the two months I've been returning and I'm so grateful to have found your videos, thank you Adrien. You're an absolute gem 🙂

  94. Cool Video. Check out For more cool weight loss tips.

  95. One of the best videos I keep returning to! Good job Adriene!🙏🏻❤️

  96. I love this video! Seeing results! Yay! 💙

  97. This was one of the hardest videos I have done of yours. I couldn’t get through all of the exercises, my breathing was so off, and my abs are still on 🔥 day two 😂 Will be doing this one more often.

  98. I wish myself good luck with shampooing my hair after this sore arm workout 😂

  99. Does anyone else do a little dance when that beginning music plays, or is it just me?

  100. Dam dude are you even able to sweat. Im dripping buckets here.

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