30 Jan Simple Practices for a Flat Tummy and Weight Loss
One of the most sort out solutions on the internet are ways to reduce belly fat or for overall weight loss. Why is this becoming such a big issue of late? It definitely is something worth thinking about, isn’t it? Today, we will see how simple practices can help achieve a flat tummy and overall weight loss.
What is Belly Fat?
One thing is certain, the area where fat is accumulated the fastest in the stomach. This is simply because the food that enters your body goes to the stomach first, and when there is an excess of anything, it just remains there.
Visceral or belly fat refers to the fat surrounding the liver and other organs in the abdominal region. This is extremely unhealthy and can cause a number of health issues. Also, it is easily neglected, hence it gets more and more saturated.
Importance of Regulating Weight
Keeping a check on your weight is more important than you think. But, at the same time, it doesn’t mean you need to stop eating completely, as that too is detrimental to your overall health.
In order to keep your weight on the leash, all you need to do is balance your food intake with your metabolism. Simple exercises and practices will help speed the metabolism rate ensuring that unwanted fat doesn’t get stored in the body.
Results are seen more quickly in the youth as compared to the middle-aged and older individuals. This is because the metabolism is at its peak and just needs a small push to start functioning at its potential.
Not only does this help with making you feel great about yourself but it also helps you become more active and less lethargic. Other benefits include improved blood circulation, glowing skin, and a healthy body.
Asanas for Flat Stomach
Now, let us look at some simple asanas to help you get that flat stomach you are searching for.
- Classical and all variations of Parvatasana
- Standing Hastpadanghthasana
- Konasana 3
Watch the video to understand how it is done.
Asanas for Weight Loss
- Warrior Poses 1, 2 and 3
- Samkonasana, Dvikonasana and Trikonasana
- Series of Hastpadangushthasana (Standing and Supine)
- Uttanpadasana (30-, 60- and 90-degrees leg lifting)
In this video, Dr. Hansaji explains how each of these asanas will help you.
Each asana should be practiced in three to four reps per session. Do not try to overdo them as they will cause more harm than good.
As always, listen to your body and soon enough you should be able to flaunt your flat stomach and amazing body proudly. All this without any additional chemicals entering your system.
Keep practicing and let us know if you have any doubts about the process.