It takes time and effort to safely lose weight. There are certain areas where weight loss is more difficult. Fat in the belly, buttocks, thighs and arms may not easily disappear. Arm fat is more common in women than men, and genes blame it. Some of us genetically tend to store more fat in our arms, but we can’t detect fat loss. So, to burn fat on your arms, you need to lose weight everywhere. Also read-Esha Gupta, Uttanasana stays healthy while locked, knows the benefits of this yoga asana. Multiple muscle groups at once. There are also many yoga asanas to help get rid of those fragile arms. Yoga not only helps you burn calories and muscles, but also provides you with a full body workout. Forget weight or machine with this yoga posture, strengthen your arms and build strength with your weight. Also read-10 reasons to start your day with Surya Namaskar Poorvottanasana (top plank pose)
Poorvottanasana or upper plank posture can help strengthen the shoulders, arms, wrists, back and spine. It also stretches the hips, abdomen and legs. By practicing this asana, you can improve your breathing function and solve digestive problems. It also improves thyroid function. Also read-Say goodbye to male chest with this powerful yoga asana
Keep your legs straight and your back straight.
Place your palms on either side of your shoulder, facing the floor, and your fingers in the opposite direction to your hands.
Now exhale and lift with your weight-bearing hands.
Keep your body straight and your feet on the floor.
Keep this position for a few minutes while breathing normally
Breathe your butt out on the mat to return to the original position.
Adho Mukha Svanasana (downward dog pose)
Adho Mukha Svanasana or downward dog position helps strengthen the entire body (upper body, arms, shoulders, abdomen and legs). It also stretches the back of the body, ankles, calves, hamstrings and spine. This asana stimulates blood circulation and calms the mind. How to do it
To start, keep your feet slightly straight and upright.
Slowly bend forward and place your hands on the floor.
Slide your hand forward to form an inverted V position.
The heels should be on the floor.
Keep this position for a while
Put your hands back to return to the starting position. You can also bring your knees to the floor and come into a child’s position.
Do this 5 times.
Baccana (Crow Pose)
It is a great asana that strengthens the arms, forearms, wrists and abdomen. It also stretches your back, tone your belly and improves balance and core strength. How to do it
Spread your feet shoulder-width apart and keep your hands straight to the side.
When squatting, place your palms flat on the floor as you move your palms away from your shoulders.
Place your palms on the ground, push your feet off the floor, and keep your knees behind your upper arm.
Fold your feet towards the hips.
Look straight and hold this position for a few seconds.
To get out, exhale and bring your feet to the floor.
Chaturanga Dandasana (four-piece pose)
Chaturanga Dandasana or a four-legged staff posture helps you lose fat in your arms and strengthen your core, wrists, arms and legs. How to do it
Start at the plank position and keep your back straight under your shoulders.
Now kneel and bend your elbows slightly.
Place your body on your stomach and lower your body to the floor.
To keep your neck longer, turn your body forward and look forward slightly.
Make sure your chest and shoulders do not fall below your elbows.
Keep this posture between 10 and 30 seconds.
Manager Asana (Cobra Pose)
The Buzan Sana or Cobra pose coordinates the arms, strengthens the spine, and stretches the chest, lungs, shoulders, and abdomen. How to do it
Keep your legs close to each other and your arms on your side, lying on the floor.
Firmly fix the upper part of the foot, thigh and pubic bone to the floor.
Straighten your arms and lift your chest off the floor.
Keep this position for about 1 minute and breathe easily
Return to the original position with exhalation.
Publish Date: July 30, 2020 at 5:58 pm
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