Fat Burn Yoga Poses

There are a lot of things possible today and depending upon the way you look at it. It is also a fact that the fat is a great health hazard – particularly indicating cardiac problems. Most of the people who suffer from this malady would be in high danger of heart attack and paralytic strokes. Weight loss isn’t easy for anyone but, with the right attitude, you can make a real difference in how you look and feel. Here are few fat burn yoga poses which keeps you not only fit but make your figure perfect.

Paschimottanasana pose – Bent Knee Trunk Flexion

  • Sit on the floor, then  with legs stretch legs straight and palms on the floor by the sides of the hips.
  • Deeply inhale and while exhaling bend forward and hold the big toes by corresponding hands, and keep the face on the knees.
  • Take a few normal breaths. And now inhale come up, release the hands and be in normal sitting posture.
  • Doing this at least for four times will give you a good result.

Dhanurasana – The Bow pose

Instructions for Dhanurasana – bow pose

  • Lie flat on the floor with the abdomen, chest and chin touching the ground.
  • Keep your hands on both sides.
  • Keep both legs a bit apart.
  • Relax your whole body.
  • Bend your legs backward and grasp the ankles firmly with your hands.
  • First raise your chin and then bend your head and neck backwards. The chest should still be touching the ground.
  • Inhale slowly and pull your legs up.
  • Keep raising your head, neck, chin, chest, thighs and knees backwards, such that only the navel region is touching the ground
  • Balance your body on the navel region.
  • Pull your legs and arms arching your body as much as possible.
  • Gradually, bring your knees, feet and toes together.
  • Look up and fix you gaze on the ceiling.
  • Holding your breath maintain this posture until you feel the strain in your back.
  • Start exhaling slowly and gradually return to the starting position.

Bridge Pose – setu bandha sarvangasana

  • Lie on your back with your knees bent, feet together. Keep your arms on your side, palms on the floor. Lift the hips towards the ceiling, keeping your feet and palms flat on the floor.
  • Maintain your position in Step 2 and move your arms over your head.

Cat Pose – Bidalasana

  • Start on your hands and knees. Position your hands directly beneath your shoulders and your knees directly beneath the hips. Have your fingers fully spread with the middle fingers pointing straight ahead. Make your back horizontal and flat. Gaze at the floor. This is your “neutral” positioning. When your pelvis is in neutral, your spine will be at full extension, with both the front and back sides equally long.
  • As you wait for the inner cue, do not sag into your shoulders. Instead, create a line of energy through each arm by pressing downward into your hands and lifting upward out of your shoulders. Go back and forth like this several times to make sure you understand the movement. As you exhale, sag into your shoulders and do the incorrect action; as you inhale, lengthen the arms, lift out of the shoulders and do the correct action.
  • When you are ready to begin, breathe in deeply. As you exhale, turn your hips into Cat Tilt. Do this by gently pulling the abdominal muscles backward toward the spine, tucking the tailbone down and under, and gently contracting the buttocks. Press firmly downward with your hands in order to stay lifted out of the shoulders, and press the middle of your back toward the ceiling, rounding your spine upward. Curl your head inward. Gaze at the floor between your knees.

Cobbler Pose – Baddha Konasana

  • Sit in a cross-legged position. Slowly uncross your knees and extend them out to the sides.
  • Press the soles of your feet together. Bring your heels to your pelvis as close as is comfortable, keeping the outer edges of the feet firmly on the floor. Grasp your ankles.
  • Inhale and draw back your shoulder blades. Lengthen the front torso by raising your sternum gently upwards.
  • Exhale and tip the bowl of your pelvis forward, while keeping your spine extended.
  • Maintain this pose for several long, deep breaths (1 to 2 minutes). Push your feet towards each other, so that your knees extend away from each other, freeing up space in the hips and belly.
  • Inhale. Exhale and tilt the bowl of your pelvis backwards. Return your legs to Step 1.
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