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Yoga World Record Of " Longest Time To Hold Dragonfly Pose" - Shivank Awasthi

The World Record Of " Longest Time To Hold Dragonfly Pose" "Is Achieved By Shivank Awasthi. He Held Himself In Dragonfly Pose For "1 Minute 40 Seconds" On "7 Dec 2022" At " Sitapur, Uttar Pradesh, India" And Entered His Name In The International Yoga Book Of Records On 20 December 2022.

Yoga World Record Of " Longest Time To Hold Dragonfly Pose" - Shivank Awasthi
Yoga World Record Of " Longest Time To Hold Dragonfly Pose" - Shivank Awasthi

Shivank Awasthi has recently achieved a world record for the longest time to hold Dragonfly Pose. He held himself in the pose for a staggering 1 minute and 40 seconds, setting an incredible new benchmark in the world of yoga. This impressive feat was accomplished by Shivank Awasthi, who is an experienced yogi and practitioner of meditation. His dedication to his practice is evident, as he was able to hold himself in this challenging pose for such a long period of time. This achievement is a testament to his hard work and determination to push his limits and achieve greatness. Shivank Awasthi's record-breaking performance will surely inspire other aspiring yogis around the world and motivate them to reach their full potential. It will also serve as a reminder that hard work pays off and that anything is possible with dedication and perseverance. It is no surprise that Shivank Awasthi was able to achieve this world record as he has been practicing yoga since his childhood. His dedication and commitment have paid off with this remarkable accomplishment. #Yogabookofrecords#Yogaworldrecords#Internationalyogaday#Internationalyogabookofrecords#yogaworldrecordbook What is Dragonfly?

Dragonfly is a tough pose that combines an arm balance and a twist. It has a number of elements that are very challenging in their own rights. You have to be a confident arm balancer and comfortable with Side Crow and Flying Crow. Flexibility in the hips and hamstrings is also necessary to get your legs into position. This is not a pose you're going to pick up easily. The good news is that everything you're working on by consistently doing yoga brings you to a point where this pose becomes accessible. It's fun when it all comes together, but try not to get too goal-oriented in your yoga practice. Checking poses off your to-do list is not what it's all about. When you're ready for Dragonfly, it will be ready for you. Here's how to get in and out of it. #Worldrecord #Yogaworldrecord #Yogaworldrecordbook #Internationalyogabookofrecords #internationalrecord


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