Practicing Yoga makes you lose weight healthy
Look, as soon as you don’t pay attention in winter, your aunt quietly piles up.
Don’t worry, as long as you don’t be lazy and keep practicing yoga, you can maintain a good shape and a happy mood.
Here are a few methods of practicing yoga for weight loss: bellows-style breathing method1.
Meditate in any position.
Elbows, fists and shoulders are on the same level.
When breathing fast and hard, raise your arms and open your fists.
Then exhale, return your arms to their original positions, and still use your fists.
Breathe 10-20 times, depending on your ability.
When the round is complete, slowly inhale and exhale to relax the body.
Practice for 5 rounds.
Efficacy: Because the frictional forced air movement will produce changes in the respiratory tract, it is very conducive to weight loss and can increase the resistance of the respiratory tract.
Bow style 1.
Lie on your back with your elbows bent, your heels close to your hips, and your hands holding your toes.
Inhale, lift your back with both feet and head and chest together.
Hold your breath for 6 seconds and keep your head up.
Exhale slowly lower your legs, chest, head, and return to the starting position.
Practice for 5 rounds.
Efficacy: It is beneficial to massage the spine and lumbar joints, as well as abdominal muscles and internal organs.
Push-Motion Formula 1.
Sit with your legs apart and straight forward.
Fingers intertwined, imagining that I was holding the handle of a stone pusher.
Exhale, bend your waist forward, and lean your upper body forward.
Push to the right, inhale and try to lean backwards, pushing the mill backwards.
Use the waist as the axis to move the body, clockwise and counterclockwise ten times each.
Efficacy: Exercise the waist muscles, can adjust the regularity of the entire menstrual cycle, and can also be used for recovery after newborn.
Tiger style 1.
Kneel on the bed, keeping your arms and thighs vertical.
Exhale, bend your right leg forward, arch your spine upwards, lower your head, and try to keep your nose close to your head.
Hold this position and hold your breath for 6 seconds.
Inhale, lift your right leg upwards, bend your knees, lift your head, tighten your feet forward, with your toes facing your head.
The spine arches downward.
Hold this position for 6 seconds.
Repeat 3 times.
Change legs three more times.
Efficacy: Balance the nervous system, enhance the body’s control and balance, and make the leg muscles longer.