These 10 Yoga Positions Will Help You To Lose Belly Fat

The majority of people at certain period of their life, fight with belly fat. Despite you have a balanced diet, you cannot achieve quick effects without engaging in a physical activity. So, in today’s article, we recommend you 10 yoga moves which will tighten your muscles, calms the mind, and relax the body.

Board (Kumbhakasana) – It targets the thigs, back, shoulders, abs, and buttocks

Start in a push-up position, having your arms extended under your knees. Put your hands under the shoulders. As you look ahead breathe in and keep your hands flat as you pull in the abs muscles. Stay like that for 15 seconds and then release your knees. Repeat 5 times.

Pontoon Posture (Naukasana) – It targets the leg and back muscles and eliminates waist fat.

Lay down on the back and put your hands on the sides. Stretch your legs and while raising them, inhale deeply. Form an angle of 45-degree and stay like that for 15 seconds. Repeat 5 times.

Wind Easing Posture (Pavanamukthasan) –It boosts metabolism and tightens the core

Lay down on your back and have your arms on the side. Stretch your legs and make your heels touching each other. Then, inhale deeply and bend your knees while you move them toward your chest. Hold them like that for 60 seconds to apply pressure to your abs. Exhale and release your knees. Repeat 5 times.

Bow Posture (Dhanurasana) – It tightens the abs and strengthens the core while improving digestion

Lay down on your belly. Place your arms to the sides and stretch out your legs. Then, bend your knees upward in order to reach your arms. Stay in this position for 15 seconds and breathe in normally, then breathe out. Return to the beginner’s position. Repeat 5 times.

Warrior 1 (Virabhadrasana 1) – It reduces belly fat by stretching the core, thighs, and buttocks.

Stand up and bring your feet together. Place your hands to the side. Extend your right leg forward and your left leg backward. Next, turn your midsection for a little bit in order you can face the bent right knee. Then, turn the left leg for a little bit and breath out. Raise your body up from the knees. Sretch your arms upward while you bend your back in order to create an arch. Stay like that for 25 seconds and breathe in in a normal way.  Breathe out and straighten your right knee. At the end, push off the right leg and get back to the beginner’s position. Repeat with the other one.

Warrior 2 (Virabhadrasana 2)  – It provides the best results when combined with Warrior

Make the very same steps as described above, but extend your arms in an outer direction you’re your torso, instead of raising them above your head. Next, turn your head to face the right leg. Then, repeat with the other one.

Cobra Posture (Bhujang asana) – It strengthens the upper body and the spine

Lay down on your belly and put your arms under the shoulders. Separate your legs from the body and touch the ground with your toes and chin. Breathe in deeply and pull the chest upward. Stay like that for 15 seconds and breathe out. Repeat 5 times.

Chair (Uthkatasana) – It strengthens the spine, hips, and thighs

Stand still and place your hands in a ‘Namaste’ position. Then, bend your knees and raise both of your hands above the head. Next, bend your torso inward and inhale. Stay in this position as long as you can.

Boat (Naukasana) – It targets the back, legs, belly, and arms

Lie down on your back and have your legs stretched out and hands place at sides. Raise your chest and feet off the floor and keep your body aligned. Stay like that for 15 seconds. Repeat 5 times.

Bridge (Setubandhasana) – It eliminates stiffness in the muscles and strengthens the spine and hips

Lie down on your back and breathe out as you push off the ground with the feet. Then, elevate your body to the extent that your buttocks are off the ground. Your neck should remain down. Push your hands down on the ground to support the body and stay like that as much as you can.


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