Slim waist: These yoga asanas will reduce waist fat.

Yoga for Slim Waist: Everyone wants their body to be toned and perfect, especially the waist. But in today's time, the lifestyle and diet of people has become such that fat accumulates around the stomach and waist. Which can spoil your look at times. There are some clothes in which you need to reduce this fat to fit in. The faster the obesity of these places, the more hard it takes to reduce them. Many times people follow a variety of diet plans to reduce stubborn fat accumulated near the waist and sweat for hours in the gym, but despite all this, many times it does not take the name of fat loss. If you are also struggling with this kind of problem, then today we will tell you some yoga asanas by which you can get a thin and attractive waist.

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  • To do this asana, first lie down on the stomach on the ground.
  • Place your hands on the ground by bringing your hands to the level of the shoulders near the head.
  • Slowly inhale and get upwards.
  • Hold your breath as long as possible, then slowly exhale and come to the ground.
  • Do this 3 to 4 times in the beginning.
  • In the beginning, there will be some difficulty, there will be pain in the arm, but by practicing every day, everything will be fine.
  • Sailing

  • To do the boating, sit on a mat and spread your legs in front.
  • Bend back, sit on your bones and slowly lift your feet off the ground.
  • Keep your legs straight and spread your arms to hold the ankles.
  • Keep the bones balanced while sitting and lengthen your spine while engaging your core.
  • This asana can help reduce stubborn fat accumulated near your waist.
  • Trikonasana

  • Stand straight with both hands and your legs stretched out comfortably.
  • Now bend your left leg outwards and heel inwards.
  • Both the ankles should be in a straight line. Breathe in and bend your body from hip to left, raising your right hand straight up.
  • Keep your left leg adjacent to you on the ground.
  • If you are comfortable, your head may be in line with your torso, and you can look at your right hand.
  • Give your body a little more rest while exhaling.
  • In this way, do this asana one by one with both hands.

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