How to reduce Belly fat?🤔

Okay so if u want to lose your weight, and want to get back in shape then you come to the right place…

Despite several forms of workout being available today, yoga reigns as the most trusted and effective method of nourishing and toning one’s body in a holistic sense.

Yoga refers to a certain state of consciousness as well as a method that help one to reach that goal on a state of union with the divine.

Yoga is basically a way of life which enables one to conserve energy and co-ordinate with the power of body, mind and consciousness which keeps the body healthy and mind relaxed.

In this blog, I am going to tell you about 4 asanas that help you to reduce your belly fat.

1. Bhujangasana

Bhujangasana is also known as cobra pose. Performing this asana regularly will not only help in controlling your weight but also helps in reducing the chances of back problem. This asana tones your body and spinal nerve .

How to do bhujangasana correctly?

1. Place your palms flat on the ground directly under your shoulders.

2. Bend your elbows straight back and hug them into your sides.

3. Pause for a moment looking straight down at your mat with your neck in a neutral position.

4. Anchor your pubic bone to the floor.

5. Inhale to lift your chest off the floor. 

6. Roll your shoulders back and keep your low ribs on the floor.

7. Make sure your elbows continue hugging your sides.

8. Don’t let them wing out to either side.

9. Keep your neck neutral.

10. Your gaze should stay on the floor.

2. Dhanurasana

Dhanurasana is also known as Bow pose. This asana helps in reducing belly fat and is excellent for reducing fat around waist. This posture helps in tonning your lower abdomen.

How to do dhanurasana correctly?

1. Lie on your stomach with your feet hip-width apart and your arms by the side of your body.

2. Fold your knees, take your hands backward and hold your ankles.

3. Breathing in, lift your chest off the ground and pull your legs up and back.

4. Look straight ahead with a smile on your face.

5. Keep the pose stable while paying attention to your breath.

6. Your body is now curved and taut as a bow.

7. Continue to take long deep breaths as you relax in this pose.

8. But bend only as far as your body permits you to.

9. Do not overdo the stretch.

10. After 15 -20 seconds, as you exhale, gently bring your legs and chest to the ground.

11. Release the ankles and relax.

3. Khumbhakasana

Khumbhakasana is also known as plank pose. It is known to strengthen the upper body, specifically the arms, wrists, and spine. Plank Pose is also great for strengthening the core and toning the abdomen.

How to do Khumbhakasana correctly?

1. Start with the kneeling position with the hands on the thighs.

2. Bendforward and place your hands on the floor in front of you.

3. Raise the buttocks up to assume the cat position with the knees still on the floor.

4. Slide both the feet backwards and raise the knees above the ground so that you are balancing the weight of the body with your two palms and the toes of the feet.

5. Inhale and hold the breath when you hold the position.

6. You may also breathe slowly and lightly in the final position, if holding of breath is difficult.

7. Hold the position for as long as you are comfortable.

8. The more you stay in this postion, the more you will develop strength and stamina.

9. The head, head, trunk, back and legs should all be in one straight line in the final pose.

10. Keep the hands and legs straight.Do not bend the elbows or the knees.

11. To release the pose, bend the knees and bring the knees to the floor.

12. Come back to the kneeling position.

4. Ustrasana

Ustrasana is also known as camel pose. This asana helps to Open up the hips, stretching deep hip flexors. Stretches and strengthens the shoulders and back. Expands the abdominal region, improving digestion and elimination. Improves posture. Opens the chest, improving respiration.

How to do ustrasana correctly?

1. Kneel on the floor with your knees hip width and your thighs straight and perpendicular to the floor.

2. Rest your hands on the top of your buttocks, fingers pointing downwards and slightly arch your back inwards.

3. Slowly lean back and touch and then hold your heels with your hands.

4. Straighten the spine but don’t strain your neck.

5. Hold this pose for up to one minute.

In the end,

I would like to say that yoga has become available as a way of life through teaching in relieving stress and tension.

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