Exceeding the desirable amount of weight does not always happen as a result of overeating or being physically inactive.
In many cases fat can build up around the stomach due to improper digestion. As a result, we feel a constant need for rest and sleep because we are facing a great deal of discomfort and fatigue.
But don’t worry! This problem can be solved with regular physical activity! By physical activity we mean with exercises that are specifically designed to improve digestion, and thus reduce the excess fat around the belly!
1. Seated Spinal Twist Pose
Do this exercise while seated on your exercise mat with both of your legs outstretched. Bend the right knee in, turn aside and fix it with your left hand. Slowly begin to rotate clockwise, to the point where you feel comfortable and hold in this position for 30 seconds. Repeat with the left knee.
2. Chair Pose
Stand up straight and spread your feet about hips width apart. Lift up your hands and hold them straight above your head. Squat easily while you’re still in the air, like trying to sit on a chair. Stay in this position for 1 minute. Breathe deeply, keep your chest high and your shoulders away from your ears.
3. Knees Into Chest
Lie on your back and relax. Take a deep breath and pull your knees toward your chest, and hold them with your hands. Slowly lift your pelvis up and hold in this state for 1 minute. Breathe evenly.
4. High Lunge Variation
Make a big step forward with your right leg and keep the left one straight without bending. Put your hands behind your back and straighten them so that the back will bend slightly backwards. Hold to this position shortly and repeat this exercise with right leg. Repeat 5 times with each leg.
5. The Bridge Pose
Lie down on your back, bend your knees and lean good with your feet on the floor. Raise your hips, keeping your arms straight stretched on the floor with clasped hands. Stay in this position for 1 minute. Breathe deeply.
6. Legs Up The Wall
Lie on the floor and lift your legs up. Keep them upright, leaning back, and stretch your hands out beside you with the palms facing the floor. Stay in this position for 1 minute and breathe smoothly.