Yoga For Appetite Control And Easy Pose To Beat Your Fat


Before you launch into yet another slim-down plan, beware: Your workout plan may be working against you. Don't be too hard on yourself, though—it's not entirely your fault. Women's bodies are designed to stubbornly hang on to fat, possibly to maintain their ability to reproduce. For every kg of fat that women lost while dieting, their desire to eat increased about 2%. Exercise may trigger other defense mechanisms. When sedentary overweight women exercised for over an hour 4 days in a row, levels of appetite hormones changed in ways that are likely to stimulate eating (the opposite was found in men).

But here's the good news if you want to learn how to eat less: You're not destined to succumb to your body's stay-fat traps. The first step is to know what you're up against—working out doesn't entitle you to eat whatever you want. Next, you need a smart exercise plan that curbs your hunger, coupled with an eating plan that fuels your workouts—not your appetite—so you don't take in the calories you just burned off.

Slim Down With Yoga.
Lose stubborn fat and tone up all over with this fast, easy yoga poses.
Yoga is a known stress buster, but it's also one of the most effective workouts for fighting stubborn fat stores, especially the ones that crop up after age 40. Yes, you can use yoga for weight loss.

Studies show that yoga lowers levels of stress hormones and increases insulin sensitivity—a signal to your body to burn food as fuel rather than store it as fat. The following yoga poses for weight loss will do just that while firming up your arms, legs, butt, and abs. Start now to see weight loss results in as little as 3 weeks.

How to do it: Follow this routine at least 3 times a week, holding each move 1 time for 3 to 5 deep breaths, unless otherwise noted. Start with the Main Move for each exercise. If it's too difficult, do the Make It Easier variation. If it's not challenging enough, try the Make It Harder option. For faster results: Hold each pose for 5 to 8 breaths and increase repetitions (where noted) by 2 or 3.

Follow these Steps:
Start with Pranayams
Kapalbhati Pranayama



Bhastrika Pranayama



Anulom Vilom Pranayam



Bhramari Pranayama



Follow these Yoga Exercises After Pranayams



You Should End With Following Sequence
  1. Vajrasana (Diamond Pose)
  2. Pawanmuktanasana
  3. Shirsasana (Head Stand Pose)
  4. Shavasana (Relaxation Pose)

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