1. Sit in easy pose. Keeping the arms close to your sides, bend the elbows so that the hands and forearms are pointing straight up and the palms are facing each other. Strongly push one arm out and up at a 60 degree angle while the other arm remains bent, becomes hard like steel, and creates a solid balance for the extended arm. Then push out the bent arm while the extended arm returns to the balancing position close in to the side of the body. The arm is pushed out from the armpit, which is stretched in this motion. This is a very vigorous and demanding exercise. You will work hard to do it correctly. You are channelizing the energy of the ida and pingala. 10 Minutes.

2. Extend both arms up and out, creating a "V" between your arms. Keep the elbows straight and criss-cross your arms in front of your face. Move very quickly with breath of fire. 1 1/2 Minutes.

I feel if the body is made to be very strong, really strong, it can fight off anything.

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