I love the warrior pose, I don't know why, maybe it's the thought of strength in the pose and determination, the pose was originaly named after Veerabhadra a fierce warrior. The story about this brave warrior has a moral that adds so much value to our own lives. Literally the name Veerabhadra means vigorous, warrior, courageous and auspicious. Not bad eh!
The other virtuous things about this pose is that it strengthens our arms, shoulders, thighs and back muscles all at once, pretty good I think. So next time you are in the warrior pose just rember the courageous fierce warrior it was named after.
"The true warrior isn't immune to fear. she fights in spite of it"