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5 Poses To Help Eliminate Belly Fat

Here Are Some Moves You Can Try To Reduce Stomach Fat!

Nobody likes excess belly fat. It is known that stomach fat is closely associated with heart disease and other sever health conditions. In the following article, you will find some poses that can help you fight belly fat and improve your overall health. Don’t forget to repeat these poses daily for the best results.

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By Jatin Sharma – Abdomen fat is one of the most problematic and dogged areas of your body to burn off. And it is the first thing that people notice about you, on seeing you the first time. Having tummy fat can make you very embarrassed and it will upset your quality of life.

There are many exercises which support in decreasing belly fat, and yoga is more active and can be accomplished by any person.

You should repeat this yoga poses every day to get better and effective results.

1. Cobra pose (Bhujang asana)

Cobra pose is a pronounced position to toughen the abdominal muscles and to reduce belly fat. This pose will strengthen the back, stomach and entire upper body. It also makes the spine flexible and robust.

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2. Bow pose (Dhanurasana)

Bow pose is the best postures to toughen the abdomen’s central core. To achieve full potential move back and forward while holding the pose. Doing so gives your stomach a full kneading and activates the digestion system.

Bow pose (Dhanurasana)

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3. Boat pose (Naukasana)

This is an exceptional pose designed to fighting fat around the waist and it is very good to strengthen the back and leg muscles.

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4. Plank (Kumbhakasana)

This is simplest and most effective yoga position to reduce tummy fat. It also toughens and tones your arms, shoulders, back, bums and thighs.

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5. Wind relieving pose (Pavanamukthasana)

This yoga pose does good for the colon, controls acid levels of stomach, cures constipation and mends metabolism, releases lower back pain, strengthens stomach muscles.

Wind relieving pose (Pavanamukthasana)

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