10 Best Yoga Poses To Reduce Belly Fat

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Although the belly fat seems very difficult to eliminate, some yoga poses help to eliminate those extra kilos and love handles. Logically, these yoga poses will take effect if you carry out a healthy eating plan based on fruits and vegetables, lean meats, fish, vegetable oils, and so on. Here are the best yoga poses to reduce belly fat that you can do at home.

Yoga Poses To Reduce Belly Fat

1. Cobra Pose

The cobra pose strengthens all our abdominal and back muscles. It also reduces the amount of fat in the belly, helping us to lose weight.

How To Do:

  • Lie face down with your legs extended.
  • Place your hands below the shoulders by flexing the elbows.
  • Elevate your trunk by stretching your arms simultaneously and bring your gaze to the front.
  • Breathe gently and deeply, and when you feel ready to go down, do it with an exhale.
  • Remember to keep the pubis resting on the floor.
2. Boat Pose

The position of the boat is ideal for reducing belly fat while strengthening not only the abdominals but also the muscles of the back and legs.

How To Do:

  • Lie on the back with arms at your sides.
  • Inhale as we lift our legs off the floor as much as we can (it is essential to keep your legs straight in the process).
  • Also, stretch the arms as if we were trying to touch our toes.
  • Once you achieve this position, try to hold for about 15-20 seconds.
  • Exhale and return to the initial position.
  • Try to repeat this position about five times, taking breaks of 15 seconds between each repetition.
3. Wind Relieving Pose

The wind relieving pose help to strengthen the abdominals, thighs, and hips. Interestingly, this posture also balances the pH levels in our stomach, thus helping to improve our metabolism. It is also ideal for back pain.

How To Do:

  • Lie on back with your legs straight and your ankles together.
  • Exhale and flex the legs bringing the knees to the chest.
  • With the help of the thighs, put pressure on the stomach. To keep the legs in place, we can hug them with our arms.
  • Breathe deeply and maintain this posture for 90 seconds.
  • Exhale and return to the initial position.
  • Repeat this position about five times, taking 15-second breaks between each repetition.
4. Bow Pose

This pose id ideal to strengthen the core. It also favors digestion and fights constipation.

How To Do:

  • Lie on stomach with your arms on each side of your body.
  • Bend your knees and try to hold your ankles with your hands (inhale slowly as we do this).
  • Maintain the posture for 15-30 seconds, to finish exhaling as we return to the initial position.
  • Repeat this position about five times, taking 15-second breaks between each repetition.
5. Table Pose

It may seem like a simple posture, but the posture of the table works our whole body strengthening our core to a greater extent.

How To Do:

  • Lie on stomach with your legs straight and your palms under your shoulders.
  • Put the toes inwards and push the floor with the palms as we raise the torso of the floor, pushing slightly with the arms back to stretch the legs.
  • Continue inhaling as we look at the ground in front of us to keep our spine aligned. The body should draw a straight line from shoulders to ankle.
  • Hold the posture for approximately 20-30 seconds.
  • Exhale as we support the knees on the ground and return to the initial position.
  • Try to repeat this position about five times, taking breaks of 15 seconds between each repetition.

Note: For more effective results, instead of holding the position 20-30 seconds, we will do it as long as we can.

6. Mountain Pose

How To Do:

  • This position can perform standing up.
  • The back should be straight, and relax the shoulders, back and down, the feet will remain separated.
  • Once you achieve this position, inhale slowly, while raising your arms in a cross.
  • Join the hands above the head.
  • Hold the position for twenty seconds and exhale.
7. Standing Head To Knees Pose

How To Do:

  • From the previous position, flex the body, bring the hands to the feet.
  • The position should maintain for sixty seconds, and repeat ten times.
  • It is not a comfortable position for newbies, but repetition and perseverance will allow it to achieve.
  • The abdomen and legs concentrate all the effort, so fat is eliminated.
8. Triangle Pose

How To Do:

  • From the position of the erect body, separate the legs as much as possible.
  • Turn the right foot ninety degrees to the right.
  • Keeping hips and legs still, lower the upper body to the right.
  • Bring the hand comes as close as possible to the right ankle, the left arm points upwards.
  • Maintain the posture for ten seconds and return to the starting point.
9. Warrior III Pose

How To Do:

  • Stand with your legs apart and turn your right foot to the right and your left foot slightly inward.
  • Raise the arms to the sides of the body at shoulder height and flex your right knee without exceeding the tip of the foot.
  • Take your gaze to your right hand without twisting your torso and inhale and exhale five times.
  • Repeat on the other side.
10. Camel Pose

How To Do:

  • On your knees, bring the trunk back and touch the ankles with your hands.
  • Inhale when you start exercising and exhale while maintaining your posture.
  • Sixty seconds is enough. Then go back to the beginning.
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