DIFFICULTY: 2 OUT OF 5
When you see someone else doing the Downward Facing Dog pose it looks like a simple exercise that you could easily manage yourself. As with most exercises and poses, doing it wrong is usually simple – but doing it perfectly is a quite complicated affair.
The good thing with this pose is that it doesn't matter if you're a beginner or a pro, if you're doing it with perfection or if your heels aren't even close to touching the ground. Because the more you do it, the more you stretch your calves, hamstrings and hips – and in no time, you're a pro.
Fitness expert, H&M Sport ambassador and H&M Magazine personal trainer Amanda Bisk shows you how to practice (and perfect) your Downward Facing Dog and adds an extra element.