Tone Your Arms
"I love the chaturanga pose in yogain fact it's essentially the only upper body move that I do, and everyone always asks me what I do for my arms!. The pose works the shoulders, lats, biceps, and triceps. We do 5-10 chaturangas in a standard Rockin Models class, and we also work the arms during a series of ballet movements where we contract all the muscles in the upper body without lifting a weight. You do not have to lift weights to get definition in your arms."
To do a chaturanga pose, start in downward-facing dog, move down into a plank position, and slowly bend your elbows, keeping them close to your body, until you're hovering a few inches over the floor. Be sure to keep your head, neck, back, and legs in a straight line and hold for a few breaths.