20 Minute Power Yoga Video For Leg Strength

by tinareale on October 9, 2014

Are you a runner wanting to run stronger? Are you a weight lifter wanting more mobility with your strength? Are you a mom on your feet most of the day tired of feeling tired when chasing the kids? Do you want to lessen minor aches in the lower body? Do you want to increase metabolism by strengthening the large musculature of your body? Or maybe you just want your legs to look nice in those new jeans?

Whatever the reason, leg strength matters. And yoga can do wonders to strengthen the lower body. Isometric holds supporting your body weight along with moving the body dynamically work together to increase both strength and mobility. This 20 minute video will give you just that. I dare you to try it and not feel at least a little bit of a burn in the thighs.

Stand Strong

I suggest having some familiarity with yoga for this practice – such as having taken a few classes. If it’s one of your first practices, I suggest something like my 10 Minute Yoga For Upper Body Tension.

Always  remain mindful to honor your body in your practice. If you have any injuries, health conditions, or recent surgeries, or if you are pregnant, seek guidance from your doctor and/or a personal yoga instructor before doing these at-home videos. This will help to determine necessary precautions and modifications for your needs. Always move within a pain-free range of motion and immediately stop any pose that causes pain or doesn’t feel right for your body. Make your practice your own so the yoga can do it’s work.

*What is your favorite way to strengthen your legs? Ever used yoga for leg strength?

*If you try the video, let me know how you like it! And always feel free to share your requests for future practice videos.


1 Holly @ The Cooper Family October 10, 2014 at 7:20 am

I just saw this posted this morning when I was looking for a workout, it was a great way to wakeup and get moving! I had to modify a few things because my preggo belly is just starting to get in the way, but my legs DO feel worked in just 20 short minutes! I’m totally not a “yoga person”, but this was easy to follow and I feel good :) Thanks, Tina!

2 tinareale October 11, 2014 at 7:40 am

Awesome! Did you see the prenatal video I posted the other day? There are also tips for modifications but it sounds like you managed things just fine.

PS – I get the feeling like you’re not a “yoga person”. I was that way for a long time until I found the studio with the styles and teaching personality I loved. :)

3 Fiona @ Get Fit Fiona October 10, 2014 at 9:29 am

I’ll be sure to do this video some time this weekend. 20 minutes is sometimes the perfect length on busy days.

4 tinareale October 11, 2014 at 7:41 am

I feel you! It’s nice to be able to still fit in something even when you don’t have time for a full hour or such. Have a great weekend!

5 Lindsay @ Lindsay's List October 10, 2014 at 10:34 am

doing this at NAPTIME!! (welcome back friend)

6 tinareale October 11, 2014 at 7:41 am

Hope you liked it if you got a chance to do it. :) And so good to be back. :)

7 Annie October 10, 2014 at 8:43 pm

I just did this along with the heart-opener video. I am loving your videos. Thank you for sharing them!

8 tinareale October 11, 2014 at 7:42 am

Thanks so much, Annie! I’m glad you are liking them. Let me know if you have any requests at any time. :)

9 Erica October 11, 2014 at 8:45 am

So nice to see you, friend:) I just finished this video and omgosh, girl, it is so perfect. The words that caught my eye and made me want to try it-20 minutes, runner, legs, mom, minor aches in lower body. I just took the laptop into the living room and did it before any of the kids get up…score!

Also, I must tell you that another thing that has always drawn me to you is your professions of faith. I know we are sisters in Christ and it just makes the practice and the sequence all that more enjoyable. Thank for always sharing your heart and thank you for this great video. I’m bookmarking it to do every morning. Sending love and prayers to you, girl!

10 tinareale October 13, 2014 at 6:26 am

Glad you loved it, Erica!!! 20 minutes is perfect some days, huh? And such an energizing yet calming experience with yoga.

I have a post up today about yoga as a Christian. It might be something you would like.Always good to shre the heart. ;)

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