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Updated on August 30, 2018

5 Yoga Poses help You for preventing weight problems

Yoga is considered to be an amazing practice to achieve spiritual enlightenment. But did you know that Yoga is also a great physical exercise? What experts say is that Hatha Yoga or the physical aspect of yoga consists of specific body postures or alignment exercises that help a person to achieve physical fitness required to attain spiritual enlightenment. Although Yoga works on all the body parts, it is specifically helpful in reducing the body fat and fighting obesity. As we all know that obesity is one of the most common issues that people experience these days. Due to the sedentary lifestyle and unhealthy diet, people are becoming fatter and suffering from a serious form of the physical ailment called obesity.

We tell you top five Yoga Poses that can particularly help you to fight Obesity -

1. Naukasana -

As the name suggests, Naukasana or boat pose helps you to reduce belly fat, tone the abdominal muscles and strengthen your lower back.

Steps -

Lie down on your back. Keep your hands along your body. Take few deep breaths. Now slowly lift your body, chest, arms and legs off the floor, while taking a deep breath in. Continue to hold this position for few seconds or for as long as you can. Continuously feel the pull on your chest, stomach, and back muscles. Slowly come back to the normal position. While breathing out, relax the pose and come back to the original position. Repeat the asana for at least three times.

2. PawanMuktasana -

This pose is very useful for burning fat in your thighs, hips and abdominal region.

Steps -

Lie down on your back. Now slowly lift your legs up and clasp your hands around your knees. In this position, bring your legs closer to the body. Hold this position for few seconds. Slowly release the pose and bring your head to the floor. Once you are done, straighten your legs and relax.

3. Bhujansana -

This is also called Cobra Pose. This pose is especially helpful toning and stretching your arms, shoulders, buttocks, thighs, back and abdomen. Bhjangasana is an excellent asana for reducing belly fat. If practised regularly, this pose can help you to attain a flat belly.

Steps -

Lie down on your tummy on the floor. Place your palms on the floor beside the shoulder. Inhale and simultaneously lift your body till the navel. Hold this posture for a few seconds and slowly come back to the original position. Repeat the posture thrice.

4. Paschimottan Asana -

It is also considered to be an excellent pose for fighting belly fat. This pose helps in reducing belly fat and toning your abdominal area, pelvic region, thighs, hips, shoulders.

Steps -

Sit on a flat surface, and stretch your legs in the front and straighten your legs. Inhale and take your arms above your head. Now exhale and bend your body forward and try to touch your knees with your forehead. Continue to hold this posture for few seconds and keep breathing normally. Inhale and slowly come back to the normal position. Repeat the posture twice.

5. Veer Bhadrasana -

This is also called Warrior pose. In addition to reducing body fat, this posture also helps in enhancing the body alignment and burn fat in the entire body.

Steps -

Stand with your legs stretched at least a foot apart. Now, move your gaze to the right, and bend your right leg at 90 degrees. Now take a deep breath in, and lift both your arms at the shoulder level. Turn your head to the right and continue to hold this posture for few seconds or as long as you can. Inhale and come back to the original position. Repeat the posture at least twice.

These poses, if practiced on a regular basis, can really help you to reduce not just the belly fat, but also the fat from the entire body. Reducing the belly fat is the toughest job in the world and demands a lot of effort from the person. But, it is not impossible either. With practice and patience, you can really achieve good results in a very short period of time

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