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Best Yoga Poses for Weight Loss

November 23, 2015

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Best 10 Yoga Asanas for Fast Weight Loss & Flat Stomach for Women & Men

Best Yoga Poses for Weight Loss

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Best 10 Yoga Asanas for Fast Weight Loss & Flat Stomach for Women & Men

Top 10 Yoga Asanas for Weight Loss. How to Loose Weight with Yoga? Yoga is best way to Loose Weight. Practising Yoga for Weight Loss daily for 30-40 minutes in morning can help in Rapid weight Loss and maintain ideal body Weight. Weight Loss - Yoga - Yoga for Weight Loss - Lose 3 to 5 kgs in 15 days Morning Yoga For Weight Loss - 20 Minute Workout Fat Burning Yoga Meltdown Beginner & Intermediate Baba Ramdev -Yoga for Obesity (Motapa Ke Liye). Yoga For Weight Loss - 40 Minute Fat Burning Yoga Workout! Yoga With Adriene. Power Yoga For Beginners - Total Body Workout for Weight Loss 30 Minute Yoga Class Baba Ramdev - 10 Asanas To Loose Weight - English - Yoga Health Fitness Beginners Yoga for Weight Loss|Blast Belly Fat! Core Strength Yoga & Back Pain Relief Class. 1. Ardha Chandraasana or the half moon pose:. Benefits: This pose is great to tone your buttocks, upper and inner thighs. The added stretch on the sides of your tummy, help burn off those unsightly love handles and strengthen your core, helps with weight loss. Avoid this pose if you have digestive disorders, a spine injury or high blood pressure, avoid doing this pose. 2. Veerbhadrasana 1 or warrior pose:. Benefits: This aasana stretches your back, strengthens your thighs, buttock and tummy and helps you lose weight. Avoid this pose if you have high blood pressure, shoulder, knee or back trouble, please perform this pose under the guidance of a trained teacher. Steps to do this pose:. Stand with your feet together and hands by your side. Now extend your right leg forward and keep your left leg extended backwards. Gently bend your right knee so that you get into the lunge position. Twist your torso to face your bent right leg. Slightly turn your left foot sideways (about 400-600) to give you that extra support. Exhale, straighten your arms and raise your body up and away from your bent knee. Stretch your arms upwards and slowly tilt your torso backwards so your back forms and arch. To get out of this pose exhale and straighten your right knee. Now push off your right leg and come back to your original position. You can use your hands to support you. Do not rush out of this pose; you might injure your back or legs. Repeat this aasana for the other leg. Veerbhadrasana 2 or warrior pose 2:. Benefits: This aasana is great to strengthen the muscles in your back, thighs, abdomen and core and also helps you with weight loss. Avoid this pose if you suffer from diarrhea or high blood pressure. Steps to do this pose:. Follow the same steps as Veerbhadrasana I, but instead of raising your hands above your head twist your torso so you face sideways and raise your hands to either side (so your fingers are extended and are parallel to your extended right and left leg). Now, turn your head so your eyes are facing in the same direction as your right hand. Repeat this posture for the other leg as well. 3. Utkatasana or the chair pose:. Benefits: It strengthens the core muscles, thighs and tones the buttocks. Avoid this pose if you have a knee or back injury. 4. Vrksasana or tree pose:. Benefits: This aasana is great for the muscles of your abdomen and tones the thighs and arms. If you have injured your knee or back please do this aasana under the supervision of a trained expert. Steps to do this pose:. Stand with your legs together. Now put most of your weight on one leg and a little weight on the other leg. Now raise the leg with the least weight such that your foot is facing inwards, towards your opposite knee. You can hold your ankle to help you pull up the leg. Place the heel of your foot on your inner thigh of the other leg, as close to the pelvis as possible. Now gently raise your hands above your head making sure your fingers are pointing towards the ceiling. Make sure you focus your mind and try to maintain your balance.

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