10 Yoga Posses That Burn Belly Fat, And They're All Super Easy.
Lie flat on your back and keep the legs straight and breath deeply and rhythmically. Inhale slowly and lift the legs and bend in the knee. Bring upwards to the chest till your thigh touches to stomach Hug your knees in place and lock your fingers. Try to touch the knee with your nose tip. This is not easy in first time. But regular practice you can do this. Hold this position for about a minute. Now exhale slowly and come back to the original position.
This is very beneficial for stomach abs. The results are very impressive. Repeat this five times with a 15-second break between each pose.
#9 The Pontoon Pose. (Naukasana)
Lie flat on your back on the yoga mat with your arms by your side. Now inhale slowly and lift your both legs. Keep legs straight and should not be bent. Raise your upper body to touch your legs with both hands. Try to maintain the angle of 45 degrees. Hold your breath and the posture for 15 seconds. Now exhale slowly and get back to your starting position. Repeat it five times with 15-second rests between each one.
#8 The Half-Boat Pose. (Naukasana)
Sit straight, bend your legs. Press your hands against the floor behind your back and raise your half-bent legs with your shins parallel to the floor. Balancing on your pelvic bones, straighten your arms in front of you at your shins level. Try to keep your back straight.
#7 The Plank Pose. (Kumbhakasana)
Start by positioning on your hands and keep your knees straight. Pull your toes beneath and step the feet back, spreading legs behind you. Inhale while looking forward on your palms with your neck aligned with spine. The body should form a straight line from the heels to the head. Make sure that the hands are flat on the mat and your fingers are spread. While releasing the pose drop down to your knees to the floor and slowly exhale. Repeat these position 5 rounds with a relaxing period for 15 secs in between each round.
#6 The Bow Pose. (Dhanurasana)
Lie on the stomach facing downwards. Inhale slowly and starts bending your legs backwards and catch the ankles with the hands. You will see that your body is now in the shape of a bow. In this position your whole weight will come on your abdomen. Only your stomach and pelvic area will touch the ground. Hold this position for few 15-30 seconds and continue taking a deep breath. Now after 15-30 seconds exhale slowly and come back to starting position.
#5 The Cobra Pose. (Bhujangasana)
Lie down on your stomach, place the palm near the chest facing the ground. Keep in mind that elbow should be straight. Take a deep breath and lift your upper body like head, neck, shoulders, chest upwards In this position your all weights of the upper body will come on your hands and thighs. In bhujangasana your inhaling and exhaling plays an important role. So now try to move your head back as much as you can. Stretch as much as you can but donâ€™t overdo or overstrain. Hold your breath for some time in this position. Now exhale slowly and bring your stomach, chest, shoulder and head to the ground.
#4 The Chair Pose.(Utkatasana)
First stand with your feet hip-width apart. Then inhale and raise the hands above the head, shoulder width apart. Relax your arms and shoulders. Not locking the elbows maintains the arms straight position. As you exhale bend your knees and sit in the chair position. Your hips did not go below knees. Your heels has stay in the floor. Upward your head and see straight. Stay on the pose for about a minute Finnish this pose by inhaling. Straighten the legs then exhale. The arms are down the sides.
#3 The Bridge Pose.(Setubandhasana)
Lie flat on the ground and keep your arms at your sides and bent your knees. As you inhale lift your hips upwards, (Do not over-stretch) with the help of pressing your palms. Keep breathing deeply in this position for some time for 20-30 seconds. Now relax by touching your hips to the ground i.e. your starting position. Repeat this cycle for 3-4 times.
#2 Warrior Pose. #1(Veerbhadrasana 1)
Begin by standing on your feet about four feet apart, your right knee should be directly over your right ankle. Your right toes should point straight ahead and your left toes should be pointed 45-60 degrees away from your body. Bring your hands to your hips, squaring your hips and shoulders to face your right knee. Inhale and lift your arms bring your palms together. Bend your right knee until your shin is parallel to the ground and hold that pose for 30 seconds to one minute. To release, come back into high lunge, straighten the right leg, Then repeat these steps for your left leg.
#1 Warrior Pose. (Veerbhadrasana 2)
Same like Warrior I Pose, stand with your feet about four feet apart and turn your right foot out at a right angle and left foot at 45 degree angle. Inhale and raise your arms so they are parallel to the floor over your thighs. Rotate your palms so they are facing downward. As you bend your right knee like before, gaze out over your right hand. Hold it for 30 seconds to a minute and repeat the process on the left side.
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