Try out 6 Simple type of Yoga asanas to reduce belly fat

Posted by: Vikash Sharma | Posted on: 30 May, 2019 | Category: Health Tips | School Name: Vikash Shama Yoga School

Try out 6 Simple type of Yoga asanas to reduce belly fat

Lack of exercise, Unhealthy eating habits, and high-stress levels are all reasons for belly fat. The wider your abdomen gets, the higher the level of risk. There are no shortcuts to getting rid of abdominal fat but a proper diet with a good fitness routine can help reduce belly fat. If you don’t want to do the gym then yoga is best an option. The most well-known benefits of yoga asanas and pranayama are strengthening your mind, body, and soul. It not only helps decrease abdominal fat but also allows your body and mind to feel refresh.


here we are sharing some type of yoga asana to reduce belly fat you can try out these yoga asanas to reduce belly fat:

1. Shavasana

Shavasana pose allows your body to relax after a rigorous workout.

Lie down with your face upwards, keep your feet together or stretched out.

Keep your hands on either side of the body. Close your eyes.

Exhale deeply, allowing your body to relax completely.

2. Balasana

Sit on your knees, heels slightly apart and your buttocks nearly touching the floor. Keep your hand on your knees and keep your spine erect.

Inhale and slowly stretch your arms upwards, exhale and slowly bend forward touching your palms and forehead on the floor.

Stay there for some time. Breathe normally and keep your tummy tucked in.

Inhale and slowly come up. Exhale and relax to the initial position.

3. Bhujangasana

Lie down with your chest facing down, legs slightly apart and toes touching the flour. Keep your hands on either side of the body with palms facing the floor.

Bring the palms beneath your shoulders. Inhale deeply and slowly lift your chest and head off the floor. Fix your gaze to the ceiling. Tuck your pubis towards your navel and keep your buttocks firm.

Hold on to this for 15-25 seconds, while breathing normally. Inhale and slowly lower yourself, exhale and relax. Relax for 20 seconds and start the second set.

Perform this asana at least 15 times, to begin with, and then 25 times with an increase in time.

4. Pavanamuktasana

Lie down face upwards with your arms on either sides and feet stretched out and heels touching each other.

Bend your knees. Take a deep breath and as you exhale bring the bent knees towards your chest and wrap your arms around it.

Inhale again and while you exhale lift your head allowing your chin to touch your knees. Hold this position for 50-80 seconds while continuously breathing. Exhale and slowly bring yourself to the initial position. Relax!

Repeat this asana for at least 6-10 times, while leaving a 10-second interval.

5. Paschimottanasana

Sit on the floor with your legs in front, Keep your spine erect, inhale and stretch your hands above your head without bending your elbows.

Slowly come forward and try to touch your toes, once you are able to do that hold them and try pulling them backwards till you experience a stretch on your hamstrings.

Breathe in and hold your tummy in and try to retain the position for 50-80 seconds.

Repeat these 15 times in the beginning, then slowly do it 30 times.

6. Tadasana

Stand with your flat feet, heels slightly spread out.

Stretch your hands to the front and bring your palms closer to each other. Inhale and stretch your spine. Raise your folded up above your head and stretch as much as you can.

Try to lift your ankles while stretching and stand on your toes. Stare at the ceiling, breathe in and out. Hold this pose for 15-20 seconds and inhale and while exhaling slowly relax and bring your feet back to the floor.

Repeat this at least 15 times and increase time slowly.

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