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Yoga Exercises To Reduce Belly Fat


Lockdown became a reason for many of us to not exercise and sit all day long. Sitting in front of the laptops all day long and working from home has been the only option for us where we eat, work, sleep, and repeat. But the danger from stepping out of the house if far from over and we must all take precautions. While going out is not all that safe, we have listed a few yoga exercises for you that can help you work on that belly which has been growing for the past 2-3 months, and even if you haven’t put on a few kilos, this exercise will help you burn the fat and become even more fitter.

  1. Tadasana
    This is the mountain pose which is also known as the warm-up pose. This helps improve the blood circulation in the body and allows you to get ready for the other poses and exercises. The first step is to stand with flat feet with your heels slightly spread out. Now, stretch your hands to the front and bring your palms closer. Now raise your folded hands above your head and stretch them as much as you can. Now try to raise your ankles simultaneously and stand on your toes. Look up at the ceiling and inhale and exhale. Hold the pose for 20-30 seconds while you inhale and exhale slowly. You can now bring your feet back to the floor slowly.

  2. Bhujangasana
    Also known as the Cobra pose, this helps relax your lower back and stretch your abdominal muscles. For this, you will have to lie down on the floor facing down. Spread your hands on the floor and keep them next to your shoulders. Now stretch your legs back and slowly inhale and lift your upper body. Ensure that your toes and your pubis are in line and are touching the floor. You have to hold this position for 25-30 years. Now release the position and come back to the lying position and exhale while you do that

  3. Kumbhakasana
    Also known as the plank, this is one of the most loved poses for belly fat reduction. This not only reduces your fat but also tones your muscles. For this, you have to lie down on the floor facing down and lift your body up. Now keep your arms straight and keep your arms there. Balance your toes while you face forward and down to feel a slight stretch feel in your neck. Try to hold the pose for as long as you can and repeat the same pose as many times as you can.

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