Want to burn all that belly fat? Try THESE yoga positions for guaranteed results

You can burn some belly fat with the right yoga poses instead of sweating it out in the gym or struggling with rigorous exercises.
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We do our best to live a healthy life and make healthy lifestyle choices. But sometimes we all make mistakes. Unhealthy lifestyle choices, though easy to follow, can take a toll on your body. If you’ve been ignorant and have been making unhealthy choices then you know the result of it. All that extra flab on your tummy is the result of unhealthy choices. Belly fat can put you at a high risk of health conditions like obesity and hypertension and diabetes and more. If you don’t enjoy going to the gym and workout routines to promote weight loss you can start light with some yoga to burn calories and stay fit.

1. Navasana

This asana helps tone your core. Sit straight with your knees bent and hands on your sides. Keep your back straight and slowly lean back while lifting your legs up. Now slowly straighten your legs and keep your toes pointed and make a V shape with your body. Keep your hands straight ahead of you or parallel to your legs. Hold this position for 30 seconds and slowly go back to the original position. Keep your breathing relaxed. Do this 10 to 15 times.

2. Tadasana

Also known as the mountain pose, this asana is very easy. Stand straight with your feet slightly apart. Fold your hands and stretch them up above you and slowly lift your ankle and balance on your toes. Look up at the wall and breathe slowly and relax. Hold this position for a few seconds. Do this 15 times.

3. Pavanamuktasana

Lie down on your back with your arms on the sides and your legs straight and heels touching. Bend your knees and take a deep breath. Now exhale and slowly bring your knees closer to your chest and wrap your arms around them. Now slowly inhale, slowly exhale while touching your chin to your knees and hold this position for 30 to 40 seconds. Do this at least 15 times.

4. Bhujangasana

This asana is the cobra or snake pose. Lie face down on the floor with your legs slightly apart and toes touching the floor. Now keep your palms facing down on either side of your shoulders and lift your upper body up. Inhale when you lift your body up and look upwards. Keep your core and butt firm and hold the position for a few seconds and breathe normally. Do this 10 to 15 times.

5. Uttanpadasana

This asana focuses on your lower abdomen as well as your hips and thighs. Lie on your back with your arms on the sides and palm facing down. Keep your legs stretched out with your heels touching. Take a deep breath and slowly raise your legs at a 45-degree angle from the floor while exhaling. Hold this position for 30 seconds and keep your core firm while you do it. Breathe normally and slowly exhale while bringing your legs back to the original position. Do this asana 15 to 20 times.

6. Shavasana

This asana is a great way to relax your body after a yoga session. Lie on your back with your arms on your sides and legs stretched out. Close your eyes and relax. Slowly breathe in and breathe out and focus on your breath and let your body and mind relax. 

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