Excess fat is very harmful to health. These 4 types of exercises will play an important role in reducing your belly fat.
There is no time to sweat in the gym! You are not getting the opportunity to reduce fat by following the rules under a lot of work pressure! In this direction, the growing fat of the body is taking away the performance and motivation to work? The way then? The way is yoga. You can control your weight by doing certain yoga exercises at home. Let’s take a look at some of the yoga poses that help reduce excess body fat.
Sagittarius: This seat strengthens all the muscles of the body. Not only does it reduce belly fat, it also helps increase digestion and relieve constipation. Lie on your back. The legs will be spread. There will be hands on both sides of the body. Fold the legs from the knees. Hold the ankles with both hands. Lift the head off the ground and lean back to take a breath. Raise the legs as high as possible from the ground. Hold this position for 15-20 seconds. Slowly return to the previous position while exhaling.
Bridge seat: Lie down first. Gently fold the legs. Make sure your knees and ankles are aligned. Place both hands facing down. This time keep your back up as you take a deep breath. Also try to hold the ankle with both hands. At this time your whole body weight will be on your shoulders, arms and legs. Stay like this for 20 seconds. Then slowly lower your back with your hands. Rest at least 15 seconds in between each seat.
Keep a soft cloth underneath while doing this exercise. In the way shown in the picture, first bend your knees and stand on your knees. Place hands on either side of the body. Now gently bend backwards and first hold the ankle with one hand and then with both hands. Now gently bend back and stretch the chest and abdomen. At this time the body weight will be on the hands and feet. This way you can stay from 20 seconds to 40 seconds. Then return to the previous state.
This seat helps to reduce fat by increasing the strength of the abdominal muscles. Increases the flexibility of the spine. Lie on your back. The legs will be spread; the palms of the hands will be under the shoulders. Keep the chin and toes on the ground. Slowly lift the chest up from the ground to take a deep breath. Lean backwards. Stay in this position for 15-20 seconds. This time slowly exhale and return to the previous position. Rest at least 15 seconds in between each seat.