Do you wonder how to get rid of excess fat from the tummy? If yes, here's an ideal solution. By regularly doing the asanas shared below, you can reduce belly fat and get a super-toned waistline.
Weight watchers do all that they can to keep excess flab away. And there's one thing that takes a little longer to go, and it is nothing but stubborn belly fat. The flab that gets deposited in the tummy area does not burn on its own. Hence, apart from following a low-carb and high-protein diet, one must incorporate exercises and yoga asanas that help them get a slimmer waistline. So, are you someone who wonders how to get rid of excess fat from the tummy? If yes, we have a few simple yoga postures that you can do every day for beautifully sculpted abs.
- Lie down with hands by the side of the body, palms down, feet together
- Stretch your feet outwards
- Inhale and fill up your chest
- Exhale and raise up into the pose
- Ideally, feet and face should be in the same line
- Do not collapse your chest. Keep the chest open and pushed out.
- Shoulders should be relaxed and pulled away from the ears.
- Arms stretched put straight.
- Keep breathing in the pose and hold for at least 30 seconds each round. Attempt at least 3 rounds.
- Lie down. Hands by the side of the body with palms down. Feet together.
- Stretch the feet outwards.
- Inhale and raise both legs up to 30° without bending the knees. Keep breathing as you hold for at least 30 seconds to start with. Attempt at least 3 rounds.
- In case you have a weak back or you are a beginner, attempt the pose with a single leg.
- Lie down on your stomach with your feet together and chin on the floor.
- Adjust your palms by the side of your chest. Tuck your elbows in slightly.
- With an inhale, raise up your torso.
- Raise up until the level of your hips. Do not raise the hip off the floor.
- Stretch the neck back if you don't have a neck issue, else keep it neutral.
- Look upwards. In case of discomfort keep your eyes closed.
- Feet will part slightly. Do not struggle to push them together so as to avoid any back issues.
- Keep breathing in the pose and hold at least for 30 seconds. Attempt at least 3 rounds.
- Release slowly as you exhale without any jerks.
- Lie down on your back. Hands by the side of the body, palms down.
- Fold your legs and place the feet close to the body.
- Hold your ankles if you can, without hurting the knees. Else place the palms downwards.
- With an inhale raise up your hip. Slowly raise the middle back and upper back.
- Thrust your chest upward so the chin locks against the chest.
- Push your thighs upward too.
- Keep breathing and hold the pose for at least 30 seconds. Attempt at least 3 rounds.
- Exhale and slowly release.
- Come on your fours. Check whether your shoulders and wrists are in the same line. Check if the hips and knees are in the same line.
- Stretch your right leg and then your left leg back.
- Make sure your upper back, hips, and feet fall in one line. Particularly pay attention to make sure hips are not held very high or very low.
- Balancing yourself equally between the palms and toes.
- Keep breathing, engaging your stomach muscles as you hold the pose for at least 30 seconds. Attempt at least 3 rounds.
- Release back on your fours and relax.