Yoga is a practice of any health and fitness routine. It is very useful to reduce stress, aid mobility and exercise al parts of the body. There are numerous yoga positions which can be used to exercise your stomach muscles. Called Asanas, these exercises come in varying degrees of difficulty. It is important to assess your skill and fitness levels and chose Asanas which you are comfortable with. As with any workout routine, be sure to consult a professional before beginning and always warm up properly to avoid injury. Consider professional instructors and trainers who use personal training booking software as it is easier to communicate as well as book a schedule with them.
Some of the Asanas to improve stomach tone are ;
first lie flat on your back. Use a yoga mat of towel to cushion the spine. Bend both knees up to your chest so that your thigh touches the stomach. Hug your knees in place and lock your fingers. Now lift your head up so your nose meets your knees. Take a deep breath and hold it for thirty seconds before releasing and slowly lowering back to tart. This exercise can also be done one leg at a time.
First of all you remain on the floor, but rollover on to your stomach. Then place your hand under your shoulders. Using your back muscles you raise your torso off the ground, and your head is upright. Hold this posture for next 30seconds. And also you push your back muscles to lift your upper body. This asanas will help you reducing belly fat and flatten your tummy.
3. The Bow
This stomach exercise is pretty similar to the previous asana, but more involved. It starts from the same position lying on your stomach, but in this exercise you curl your legs upward in addition to lifting your upper torso. Bend your knees so that the soles of your feet come up toward your head. Grab your ankles and pull with your hands and push with your legs until only your stomach is on the floor. Your body should feel sort of like it is making a circle. Your knees should remain together throughout the exercise. Hold this position for thirty seconds before releasing and returning to starting position.
This asana is also more advanced. Start lying on your back, relaxed with your legs straight, arms extended over your head. Point your palms to the ceiling. Using only your stomach muscles sit up, keeping your back straight and hands overhead. Your legs stay fixed to the floor throughout. Lean forward so your head is between your arms and grab your toes with both hands. Hold for 2 minutes before releasing and slowly returning to your starting position using your stomach muscles to lower yourself to the floor. Bend forward and grab your toes with your hands, putting your head between your arms so it touches your knees. Hold the position for two minutes before releasing.