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Yoga World Record Of Longest Time To Hold Sarvangasana - Shivam Ratanrao Ingole

The World Record Of Longest Time To Hold Sarvangasana "Is Achieved By Shivam Ratanrao Ingole. He Held Himself In Sarvangasana For "4 Minutes 38 Seconds" On "10 Dec 2022" At "Amravati, Maharashtra, India" And Entered His Name In The International Yoga Book Of Records On 15 December 2022 By Breaking The Previous World Record Of 2 Minutes 19 Seconds.

Yoga World Record Of Longest Time To Hold Sarvangasana - Shivam Ratanrao Ingole
Yoga World Record Of Longest Time To Hold Sarvangasana - Shivam Ratanrao Ingole

Shivam Ratanrao Ingole achieved a world record for the longest time to hold Sarvangasana. He held himself in the yoga pose for an impressive 4 minutes and 38 seconds. This feat was achieved at Amrawati Maharastra in India and was certified by the International yoga book of World Records. His achievement is a testament to his dedication and commitment to yoga as well as his physical strength and endurance. Shivam Ratanrao Ingole recently achieved a world record for the longest time to hold Sarvangasana, a yoga pose. He held himself in the pose for 4 minutes and 38 seconds, setting a new benchmark in the field of yoga. This feat was accomplished at Amravati Maharashtra, India, and was witnessed by many people from all over the country. Ingole's achievement is an inspiration to all aspiring yogis who are looking to hone their skills and break records. His feat also serves as an example of what is possible with dedication and hard work. It is also a reminder that anyone can achieve anything if they put their mind to it. #Yogabookofrecords#Yogaworldrecords#Internationalyogaday#Internationalyogabookofrecords#yogaworldrecordbook What is Sarvangasana?

Sarvangasana is an inversion used at the end of yoga practice in order to encourage cleansing blood flow throughout the body and to promote an inner sense of calm. The term comes from the Sanskrit Sarva, meaning "all," anga, meaning "limb," and asana, meaning "pose" or "posture."

To enter the pose, lie down on the back. Bend the knees and place the feet on the floor, as close to the buttocks as possible. On an exhale with a strong core, press the arms and upper body into the floor and press the legs up overhead, moving the hips and legs off the floor. Bring the knees, still bent, towards the head, then lift the bottom and hips up to bring the hips and torso perpendicular to the floor. To support the body, place the hands on the lower back with bent elbows. Once balanced, hands can be removed from the back and should remain straight against the body, grounded on the floor with palms facing down. When secure, inhale and lift the feet towards the ceiling, bringing the legs in line with the rest of the body and perpendicular to the floor. With your gaze towards your feet or chest, press the shoulder blades down into the mat and, if able, move the heart closer towards the chin and face. To exit, exhale and bend the knees back towards the torso and face. Then, keeping the knees bent, roll the spine onto the floor gently and gradually, one vertebra at a time.

Sarvangasana is also known as the shoulder stand poses in English. #Worldrecord #Yogaworldrecord #Yogaworldrecordbook #Internationalyogabookofrecords #internationalrecord


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