Yoga is healthy way of getting a flat stomach at home without spending a penny. A regular yoga practice can prep your tummy for bikini season faster than banging out a million crunches.Yoga stretches the thighs, grains torso and shoulders. It builds strength in the ankles and calves and tones abdominal muscles. It energizes the whole body and flatten our stomach. In general, yoga is full of core strengthening moves.but these stomach tones take up honors. they challenge your balance and stability and force your obliques,hip flexors, and even glutes to team up, helping you sculpt a seriously strong (and sexy) body. Perform the following moves as a “flow” to raise your heart rate and torch more calories each session.
Lie down on your abdomen and keep your heels together and keep the palm to your ribs with your forehead touching the floor.
Now inhale slowly and arch your back , close the shoulder blades and slowly drop your head back to gaze at the ceiling. Remember: do not do backward bend with the help of your arms instead tighten your sit muscles and do.
Now stay at that position as long as you can keep breathing.
make sure your legs and elbows are together in straight line.
hold the postion for as long as you can then exhale slowly tilt you head forward and lower your trunk back to the initial postion.
This pose is good for strengthening your back and resolves mental depression.People who are feeling, tired lower in their energy levels can practice this asana.
This pose is a must to tone your abs, as well as your legs, arms and back muscles.
Sit on mat and extend your legs straight out.
Lift your legs to about 45 degree angle to the floor.
Lean back while maintaining a straight back.
Extend arms out in front of you, parallel to each other.
Hold for sometimes then return to your normal position. Repeat 10 times.
This pose is the simplest yet most effective pose in yoga. It strengthens and tones your arms, shoulders, back, buttocks, thighs and abs.
Place your forearms on the floor shoulder-width apart, elbows directly under you shoulders. Make sure your toes are curled under, your legs are extended straight behind you, and your feet are hip-width apart. your body should form a straight line from head to heals. Brace your abs and hold for one minute. Try to do at least 2 or 3 times each for one minute.
As a variation of the plank, the side plank strengthens the arm , abs and legs, and stretches the back leg muscles.
Start from th eplank postion and adjust your right foot o that it rests on its edge.
Use your left hand to raise your body up, ensure your left hand is directly below your left shoulder.
Use the edge of your left foot for extra support.
Slowly move your right hand up into the air.
hold this postion for five to ten beaths
Return to plank and repeat with the right side.