Vhirabhadrasana III—Warrior III
This pose is easy to do overdo with too much struggle.
Surrender to the balance and keep a focused gaze. You can start with the arms back (airplane) to make leveling your pelvis easier until you build up strength in the pose. Then circle the arms out to the sides and forward.
However, this way of getting into Warrior III is not recommended if you have knee problems. Instead stand with the feet closer, the knee less bent and the body more upright than horizontal. Bring the lifted leg and torso into one line and rotate on the pelvis bringing your torso down on exhale.
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