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1 Minute Yoga Strength Building in Plank with Kino MacGregor

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If you’re looking for yoga videos that will show you the perfect way for you to start your yoga journey then Kino MacGregor’s yoga channel is perfect for you! Whether you are new to yoga or an advanced yoga student you will find a full yoga library with all the yoga postures that you need to develop a complete yoga practice. Yoga is more than just a physical practice yoga is a lifestyle that includes living a peaceful life. Living the yoga lifestyle is about yoga practice, inner peace, yoga diet and being a good person on and off your yoga mat. Kino is a yoga teacher, author of three books, international teacher, writer, blogger, online yoga class teacher, IG yoga challenge host and much more. She co-founded Miami Life Center and Miami Yoga Magazine as well as produced six Ashtanga Yoga DVDs. Practice yoga, change your world one breath at a time. Kino believes that yoga is a vehicle for each student to experience the limitless potential of the human spirit. You don’t have to be strong or flexible to begin the yoga practice, all you need is an open heart and the inspiration to practice yoga. Unroll your mat and do the practice!

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19 Comments on 1 Minute Yoga Strength Building in Plank with Kino MacGregor

  1. i’ve always thought that the hips should be lower than where yours are in the video — can you offer any insight?

  2. needmoneynow2 // 15th April 2013 at 5:41 pm // Reply

    Who’s the lucky camera guy is what I want to know.

  3. solarwind1985 // 15th April 2013 at 7:49 pm // Reply

    super cool kino, thanks for sharing

  4. same question as a few others raised. In plank – I thought – from the back of your head to the back of your heels everything has to be in the straight line – that is a plank – your body is like a plank of wood – very straight. But your hips are raised high. So I am starting to wonder what is the right plank? Thanks

  5. elephantislaugh // 16th April 2013 at 1:36 am // Reply

    Do you have any other channels?

  6. eamon banton // 16th April 2013 at 2:19 pm // Reply

    i could get off , just by snogging her feet and belly

  7. Gene Applegate // 17th April 2013 at 1:55 am // Reply

    maybe she was confused?

  8. powerfullforce // 17th April 2013 at 2:13 am // Reply

    What are you wearing under those shorts? hahaha

  9. pedallin raw // 17th April 2013 at 5:12 pm // Reply

    So this plank is more effective to build core strength than being on your elbows in the press up position?? Just subed!

  10. Deepa Singhal // 17th April 2013 at 5:30 pm // Reply

    hi kino u r un belivable i love u deepa frm india

  11. Cardigan Babe // 18th April 2013 at 4:40 pm // Reply

    Yes I’ve done this 1min plank challenge before, and honestly, within 15 sec i just wanted to give up. It did feel great when the 1 min challenge was completed, but usually i cheat a little by stretching into downward dog and then back to plank

  12. Romina Jones // 18th April 2013 at 7:40 pm // Reply

    Interesting, I too in the beginning was taught with a less high pelvis but the other day during my Ashtanga practice I lifted my pelvis higher transitioning through plank in the jump through. So I really put my attention on raising the hips more in plank and it DID help my jump through! I wonder if that is where that slight adjustment applies as it works within the context of the Ashtanga sequence?

  13. This is A great core strength exercise, lower hips makes this move harder:)

  14. I would try this move on your elbows-same effect easier on the wrists or try making A fist with your hands:)

  15. More Nudge // 3rd May 2013 at 3:20 pm // Reply

    I tried it and it wasn’t that hard,
    I must be doing something wrong!

  16. matthewandkira // 3rd May 2013 at 6:24 pm // Reply

    My yoga teachers always came and pressed my bum down lower, so that my whole body was one line in plank. It feels harder that way.

  17. SkyAikouka // 4th May 2013 at 4:10 pm // Reply

    I’m guessing she has her hips higher to activate the shoulder girdle muscles more and strengthen them that way more in the plank… ?

  18. TheAsiaCentury // 19th May 2013 at 1:58 am // Reply

    good stuff Kino, keep it up

  19. Kara Camille Delonas // 9th March 2014 at 12:59 am // Reply

    My cat started licking my feet as I was doing this.  That’s a real test of strength. 

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