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Can yoga help you lose belly fat?

Yoga is a good way to change things up, tone your whole  body, and lose weight. Yoga is the good  way to trim down.There  are few  best tips for using yoga to loss belly fat and trim your waist, including a few practice tips.

Create a Healthy Lifestyle

Yoga is more than just the static poses you do in class, called  as asanas. The ideas of yoga encompass so much more than the physical practice. Yoga inspires you to practice an overall healthier lifestyle, one focused on becoming an amazing version of you.If trimming your waistline and reducing belly fat is part of that, yoga can be a great help.

Find the Right Class

Power Yoga is an intense form of Yoga. These types of classes are great because they incorporate cardio and make you sweat your buns off.

Engage Your Center

During every yoga class, continuously keep drawing your belly to your spine. Engaging your core in every pose will help make your abs stronger and less  fat around your belly. Even if you forget, your teacher will undoubtedly give this cue during class. Here are a few great pose tips.

 Boat Pose

Hold Boat Pose for 3 to 5 breaths.

Next lower down into full Boat Pose, where your upper body and legs over just upper the ground.

Take a deep breath before pulling your body back up to Boat, then release.

Bridge Pose

People often forget that a trim waist doesn’t just mean working your abs; you must also concentration  to the muscles that help  your core. It means working those glutes and postural muscles as well.Bridge Pose  basically a dynamic Bridge, will work wonders for trimming your waist by keeping your supporting muscles strong.

Balancing Poses

When practicing balancing poses, there are three main things to remember. The first is your drishti, or focal point. Second is your breath, steady and even throughout the entire pose. Third, and most important to this topic, is to keep your core engaged.A strong core is instrumental to balancing poses. The best part is that the more you practice balancing poses, the stronger your core will be. And we all know that a strong core means a beautiful belly. While the main goal of yoga may not be fitness or weight loss