"Serikal", means to slide. This series of Adavus include a variety of sliding movements in the Adavu series of The Raadha Kalpa Method. The first variety is introduced in this series. Technically 'Jaaru' and 'Serikal' mean the same thing, but we will call this second series of sliding Adavus as 'Serikal' for the purpose of clarity within this particular system of learning.
Please make sure to practice the Araimandi tips before embarking on this Adavu. Do go through the alignment of Alidam position and aslo exercises for cossacks in the knee alignment series. Also practice the legs and core frequently to gain control and precision in the practise of this adavu.
Things to keep in mind:
- Maintain the alignment of your knees and toes in all speeds
- be certain to straighten the front knee in all speeds
- do not bounce on your heels to stretch out. Try to hold above the collapsing point in your muzhumandi.
- Do not lean back or raise your front hip to accommodate your turn-out.
- Do hip opening exercises if you toes do not face up
- Return to basic Araimandi exercises and leg strength, gluteal strength if you are unable to hold the position with an erect spine.