Desire Flat Belly? 2 Yoga Asanas To Loose Belly Fat In 2023

2 Yoga Asanas That Will Help You Reduce Belly Fat:

1. Naukasana (Boat Pose)

This pose is not simple as it seems. It needs your effort to perform correctly. Once you are performing it in the right way, it can strengthen your core, improve flexibility and stimulate your abdominal organs by improving your digestive system. Moreover, it also improves blood circulation in the entire body which helps to burn more belly fat. Keep practicing it regularly to learn the pose.

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How to perform this pose:

  • To perform Naukasana, lie down on your back on the yoga mat, keeping it straight.
  • Keep your legs straight and your arms by your sides.
  • Take a deep breath and while exhaling your breath, lift your upper body 45 degrees off the floor and lift your legs off the floor

Note: Transfer your body weight on your hips while coming up.

  • Make sure your toes are aligned with your eyes and your arms are stretched towards your legs, parallel to the ground.
  • Hold the pose for 10 breaths or what is comfortable for you, and keep your abdominal muscles tight and back straight
  • Now, come back to the starting point.
  • Repeat 5 times to engage your body and reduce belly fat.

2. Kumbhakasana (Plank Pose)

If your goal is to burn belly fat, there’s no pose better than the plank. It is one of the best calorie-burning exercises and can help build a stronger core by enhancing your overall body performance. If you want to hit both your sides and belly in one go this is the best pose ever.

Plank is a master move that helps build strong abdominal muscles, increase stamina and strengthen the whole body. 

How to perform this pose:

  • To perform a plank pose, start in Marjariasana (all fours on the ground or a yoga mat).
  • Align your knees under your hips and shoulders over your wrists.
  • Keep your head relaxed and you should be looking at the floor.
  • Now, press your hands into the floor, step your one foot back, and then a second, bringing your torso parallel to the floor.
  • After this, keep your hands straight to the floor.
  • Distribute your weight evenly on the upper arms, and legs.

Note: Put your weight on your back as well.

  • Keep your glutes and abs tightened while keeping your torso straight.
  • Look forward while you’re here, and hold the position for 10-20 seconds or as much as you can.
  • Repeat 10-10 second side planks on each side.
  • Remember to breathe!

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