Do you want a flat stomach and well-maintained thighs? If yes, then these yoga asanas can help you do that and maintain overall health.

Belly Fat with yoga

Yoga should be your go-to mantra for a flat belly, and a lean, toned figure. Abdominal fats is very difficult to get rid of. The fats around your belly is considered to be the most stubborn part of the body to lose weight from. Abdominal obesity may be a real chance while the waist measures 35 inches or extra for girls and 40 inches for men.

Ward Off Lifestyle Diseases

By accumulating extra fats around the midriff, you become more susceptible to lifestyle-related diseases like diabetes, heart disease, hypertension and weight problems. Even from a psychological perspective, a flat belly and a fit body can add significantly for your self-confidence.

Yoga Keeps You Active

Yoga is definitely a full-body workout. By practicing these poses, you can strengthen your body and also increase your flexibility. Extra fat around the midriff also makes regular activities harder and this can lead to lethargy. If you are a beginner, start with 15 minutes a day and gradually build it up as your stamina increases.

Utkatasana (Chair Pose)
Formation of the posture

1-Begin with Samasthithi.
2-Join palms to form Namaste at your heart chakra and raise your arms up.
3-Bend your knees and slowly decrease your pelvis.
4-Ensure that your pelvis is parallel to the floor with a 90-degree bend at the knees.
5-Align your ankles and knees in one straight line.
6-Focus your gaze on your Namaskar.
7-Ensure that your spine remains erect.

Ek Padasana (Standing Balance)
Formation of the posture

1-Begin with Samastithi.
2-Keep your back straight as you stretch your arms up and join your palms in Pranam.
3-Exhale and bend your upper body forward until it is parallel to the floor.
4-Keep your arms stretched out
5-Slowly lift your right leg upwards behind you, keeping it straight.
6-Your right leg, pelvis, upper body and arms should all form a straight line.
7-Focus your gaze on a point on the floor to maintain balance.

Chaturanga Dandasana (Staff Pose)
Formation of posture:

1-Begin with plank posture.
2-As you exhale, lower your body down into half a push-up, such that the upper arms are parallel to the floor.
3-Your elbows must touch the sides of your ribs as you lower yourself to maintain a 90-degree angle in the crook of the elbows.
4-Your shoulders must be drawn in.
5-Your wrists and elbows must be perpendicular to the floor and your shoulders must be in line with your body.
6-Hold the asana for 10-15 seconds.

Naukasana (Boat Pose)
Formation of the posture

1-Lie down on your back.
2-Lift up your upper and lower body to balance your sitting bones.
3-Your toes must be aligned with your eyes.
4-Keep your knees and back straight.
5-Keep your arms parallel to the ground and point forward.
6-Tighten your abdominal muscles.
7-Straighten your back.
8-Inhale and exhale normally.

Chakrasana (Wheel Pose)
Formation of the posture

1-Lie down on your back.
2-Fold your legs at your knees and ensure that your feet are placed firmly on the floor.
3-Bend your arms at the elbows with your palms facing the sky. Rotate your arms at the shoulders and place your palms on the floor on either side beside your head.
4-Inhale, put pressure on your palms and legs and lift your entire body up to form an arch.
5-Relax your neck and allow your head to fall gently behind.

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