Thursday, February 13, 2014

Top 10 Yoga Exercise to reduce Belly fat in 10 days

The positive affects of Yoga on your body are monumental. Once you accept Yoga as a part of life you can experience a distinct positive energy flowing through your body everyday. Yoga brings in a breath of fresh air and happiness in your life. How can yoga help you to reduce your tummy? Yoga is part of ancient medicinal system called Ayurveda. Yoga means “uniting your your body and mind.” There are a number of yoga poses that can be used for various needs. Yoga is the one of the best ways to reduce your belly fat and help prevent diseases. Yoga poses help strengthen abdominal muscles.


Belly fat has become a great problem all over the years in the modern life style and creating life style disease. Many people face obesity problem, because of lifestyle changes in modern sedentary life. Lifestyle can help reduce belly fat problem by doing proper exercising and dieting. Many people hate to spend hours exercising in the gym. After work, people are often in no mood to make a trip to the gym and work out.


Here are 10 easy yoga exercise video demonstrated by Shilpa Shetty, Bollywood Actress, that may reduce the size of your tummy. You can practice them whenever and wherever it is convenient. Other than time, you need not invest anything to practice them. Just practice them regularly.

Savasana




Lie on Your back with your feet stretched wide. Spread your arms on their respective sides so that they do not touch any body part. Attempt to release all the tension in the body.


Ardha Shalabhasana



Lie down on your stomach with your face to the ground. Place your palms under your thighs, inhale slowly and raise your right thigh without bending your knee. Gradually exhale and return to the normal position. Repeat with the other leg. Remove your hands from under your thighs and place the arms alongside your body, turn your head sideward and rest.

Padahastasana



Stand erect with your legs spread a feet apart. While inhaling Raise your hands above your head and stretch a little backwards. Exhale and bend forward, waist first, then chest, head and hands.

Bhujangasana



Lie down on your stomach with your legs together and face on the mat. Support yourself with your elbows by placing your palms beside your shoulders. While inhaling slowly lift your head and chest upwards, but not too much and remain in that position for 10 seconds.

Ustrasana




From Vajrasana shift your body weight on your knees and spread them apart slightly. Slowly raise your right hand upwards and touch your right heel by bending backwards. Remember not to bend your elbow. While resting your right hand on the heel bring your left hand on the left heel and exhale. Return to Vajrasana, lean forward gently, touch the ground with your face and relax.

Dhanurasana





Lie down on your stomach with your chin on the floor. Bring your feet together and raise your legs by bending your knees. Hold your ankles with your hands and lift your chest upwards. the whole body weight should rest on your abdomen. Stay in this position till you can hold you breath and then release slowly.

Ardha Pawanamuktasana





From Shavasana bring your legs together. Bend your right knee and get your heel close to your buttocks. Bring your thighs as close to your abdomen as possible and hold it there by locking your fingers around your knee. Repeat with the other leg.

Naukasana




From Shavasana bring your legs together. Raise your legs without bending your knee and then while inhaling raise your elbows and upper body slowly. Bring your body to a 45 degree angle and then hold the position. Exhale slowly and return to normal position.

Shashankasana





Sit in Vajrasana and spread your knees a feet apart. Inhale and raise your arms above your head. As you exhale, bend the top half of your body forward stretching your arms out so they rest shoulder-width apart on the ground in front of you. Rest your forehead on the floor and bring your buttocks as close as you can to your heels.

Standing Chakrasana





Stand erect with your legs spread a feet apart and your fingers pointing downwards. Raise your righ hand upwards perpendicular to your body with the palm pointing upwards. Then slowly raise your hand over your head and lean to your left without bending your knees and your body facing forward. Return to normal position after placing your right arm perpendicular to your body and repeat the exercise with the other hand.



Courtesy: Shemaroo Malayalam Channel

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