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Beginner Yoga Poses You’re Probably Doing Wrong


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Some of the most beautiful things about yoga are that it’s all about coming *as you are,* practicing in whatever way your body allows, and working out solely with the intention of making yourself feel good. (All right, well, not including chair pose.)

That being said, it’s still 100 percent possible to do yoga poses incorrectly. (Just take 50 Cent as an example; he tried yoga for the first time and it was an epic fail.) And it’s not just about getting a good Instagram snapshot—doing poses wrong can result in injuries, just like any other workout. A recent study done by the University of Sydney found that about 10 percent of people will develop pain or injury from yoga—comparable to the injury rate for all sports injuries in a similar population.

Start with these nine basic yoga poses: Be sure you’re not making these super-common mistakes, and tweak them with quick fixes from Chelsea Scott, yoga instructor and studio manager at CorePower Yoga in New York City. With spot-on Asanas, watch as your yoga practice suddenly becomes that much more physically rewarding. (Then put them to good use in this beginner yoga flow.)

Upward Dog

How to: Lie facedown on the floor, palms directly under shoulders, legs extended, and tops of feet flat on the floor. Press into palms to push chest off the floor until arms are straight. Engage legs and press tops of feet into the floor so knees hover off the floor. Gaze forward, crown of head reaching toward the ceiling.

  • Keep gaze forward and head neutral.
  • Engage core and quads.
  • Press shoulders down away from ears.
  • Strain neck to look up.
  • Let legs and knees rest on the ground.
  • Sink into shoulders.


How to: Start in a high plank position with palms directly under shoulders and core engaged. Keeping elbows in tight to sides, shift weight slightly forward and bend elbows to lower torso halfway to the floor. Pause when elbows form a 90-degree angle.

  • Keep elbows in tight next to ribs.
  • Shift weight forward so elbows are over wrists.
  • Tuck hips to keep body in a straight line.
  • Bend elbows out to the side.
  • Let hips/butt lift into the air.

Half Lift

How to: Start in a forward fold with feet flat on the floor hip-width apart and torso folded forward over legs. With legs straight or slightly bent, lift torso halfway until spine is straight and parallel with the floor.

  • Keep back flat and elongate neck.
  • Press hands onto legs.
  • Keep weight in heels.
  • Arch back.
  • Let hands hang.
  • Let weight shift forward.

Downward Dog

How to: Start in high plank position. Lift hips up and shift weight back toward heels to form an upside-down “V” shape. Press heels toward the floor and press into palms to reach tailbone toward the ceiling and press chest toward shins.

  • Relax heels toward the floor.
  • Straighten (but don’t lock) knees.
  • Relax head between biceps.
  • Perch on balls of feet with heels lifted.
  • Bend knees.
  • Look forward or strain neck.


How to: Start in push-up position with palms directly under shoulders and core, quads, and glutes engaged to form a straight line from shoulders to heels.

  • Engage core.
  • Keep shoulders over wrists.
  • Relax core and arch back.
  • Drop hips.

Warrior II

How to: Start in a wide lunge with the right foot forward and the left toes pointing directly to the left side. Right heel should bisect the middle of the left foot. Right knee is bent at about 45 degrees with the knee directly over the ankle, chest is facing the left, and arms are extended straight over each leg with palms facing down.

  • Keep arms parallel to the floor.
  • Keep front knee directly over front ankle.
  • Lift front arm and drop back arm.
  • Let front knee shift backward.

Extended Side Angle

How to: Start in warrior II on the right side. Shift torso forward and reach right fingertips toward the floor on the inside of the right foot. Extend left arm toward the ceiling, both palms facing to the left. Elongate neck and look up toward the ceiling to form a straight line from left toes to the crown of the head.

  • Keep torso straight and long.
  • Rotate chest open and reach tailbone back.
  • Gaze up toward the ceiling.
  • Reach through fingertips to engage arms.
  • Round torso to reach toward the floor.
  • Gaze forward.
  • Relax arms.


How to: Start in warrior II on the right side. Straighten right leg, then send hips straight backward and shift torso forward. Reach right fingertips toward the floor on the inside of the right shin and reach left arm straight up toward the ceiling, both palms facing to the left. Elongate neck and gaze up toward the ceiling.

  • Keep front knee straight, but not locked.
  • Reach through fingertips to engage arms.
  • Keep spine straight and long.
  • Rotate chest open and reach tailbone back.
  • Bend front knee.
  • Round torso to reach toward the floor.
  • Relax arms.

Reverse Warrior

How to: Start in warrior II on the right side. Holding this position with the lower body, extend torso up and lean back, resting left arm on the left shin or thigh and extending right arm toward the ceiling.

  • Keep front knee directly over front ankle.
  • Open chest to the left.
  • Drop shoulders away from ears.
  • Have knee over heel, not behind heel
  • Straight front knee.
  • Face chest toward the front of the room.



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Thanksgiving Humor: 22 Funny Jokes for Kids and Grownups To Inform Around the Supper Table


Thanksgiving is practically here, and with it comes the inescapable stress of seeing your insane prolonged household, braving the crowds on Black Friday and being required to eat green bean casserole just to be polite. You could use something to lighten the mood.Well, then

you can be grateful for Newsweek, due to the fact that we have actually rounded up the very best Thanksgiving jokes the internet has actually to offer.Related: Stretchy Packing Trousers are Perfect Thanksgiving Trousers and a Style Problem

There’s comic Kevin James, for instance, stating, “Thanksgiving, male. Not a good day for my pants.” And Johnny Carson, who once argued that Thanksgiving is so emotional because “individuals take a trip thousands of miles to be with people they only see as soon as a year– and then find once a year is way frequently.” Or Erma Bombeck, who joked that Thanksgiving suppers are typically consumed in 12 minutes– the precise length of a football video game’s halftime.

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Even presidents get in on the fun. As Barack Obama’s term was unwinding, he began intentionally humiliating his daughters, Malia and Sasha, with his dreadful Thanksgiving puns at turkey pardon events. Obama bragged that economic indications were “worth gobbling about,” and made a play on his campaign slogan–“yes we cran.” In 2015, he gave a nod to the turkeys who didn’t get pardoned and for that reason “didn’t get to ride the gravy train to flexibility.”

If you’re rolling your eyes, keep reading. Here are a number of other kid- and adult-friendly jokes gathered from Boys Life, Reader’s Digest and Jokes4Us:

Q: Why did the scarecrow win the Nobel Prize?A: Due to the fact that he was out-standing in his field.Q: Why was the Thanksgiving supper so expensive?A: It had 24 carrots.Q: What did

the turkey say to the bird hunter on Thanksgiving Day?A: Quack, quack.Q: Which side of the turkey has more feathers?A: The outside.Q: Why did the turkey get arrested?A: The authorities thought him of fowl play.Q: Exactly what noise does a turkey with a limp make?A: Wobble, wobble.Q: How do we understand the Mayflower liked America?A: It hugged the shore.Q: Exactly what did the turkey say prior to it entered
the oven?A: Guy, I’m stuffed.Q: Why were the cranberries red?A: They saw the turkey dressing.Q: If fruit originates from a

fruit tree, exactly what does a turkey come from?A: A poul-tree. Q: What do you call a turkey on the run?A: Junk food.



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