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Parivrtta Dwi Pada Baddha Utkatasana
Parivrtta Dwi Pada Baddha Utkatasana  is an Asana. It is translated as Revolved Both Legs Bound Fierce Pose from Sanskrit.
The name of this pose comes from "parivrtta" meaning "revolved", "dwi" meaning "two", "pada" meaning "foot", "baddha" meaning "bound", "utkata" meaning "fierce", and "asana" meaning "posture" or "seat". This pose is a variation of Utkatasana.
- Stimulates the internal organs.
- Opens the rotator cuffs.
- Outer thigh and front shoulders.
- Strengthens the legs.
- It is recommended to be cautious while doing this pose if you have any spinal, ankle, knee, or shoulder injuries.