In Utkatasana, the knees are hips-width apart, the knees are bent, the hips are back, the chest is forward, and the arms are above the head, in line with the ears.
Variations include a rotated pose, Parivritta Utkatasana.
An exceptionally powerful pose worth all the hard work as it increases strength, stamina in legs, improves body balance, opens the chest, and fosters greater goodness in the whole body and mind.
4. Chaturanga Dandasana
Chaturanga Dandasana or Four-Limbed Staff Pose, also known as Low Plank, is a Yoga asana, in which a straight body parallel to the ground is supported by the toes and palms, with elbows at a right angle.
Also, a foundational pose that teaches you how to find your center and activate your legs in arm balances.