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Slim Your Hips and Thighs

Slim svelte hips and thighs are every girls dream! A proportionate and toned body always gets second glances. Other forms of exercise make the long muscles plump by working them out, but yoga stretches the long muscles and brings a sleek elegant look to the body.

One of the often overlooked areas of weight gain is unprocessed emotions:

Unprocessed emotions are one of the leading causes of weight gain. When we have an emotion but don’t process it, we end up storing it somewhere in our body. For example, if we need to grieve a loss but fail to do so, it often results in ongoing problems with the lungs. We all know that a broken heart that is never mended can result in cardiovascular problems. Similarly, abuse (sexual, physical, or emotional) often shows up as extra weight – the individual unconsciously gains weight as hoped-for protection from further assault.
The good news is that this is one of the easiest causes of weight gain to reverse: becoming aware of your unprocessed emotions and working your way through them is something that can be done by each of us.

Many women tell me that every stray calorie seems to migrate to their hips and thighs. This is not a figment of their imaginations. 

What Causes Cellulite?
Besides excess fat in their thighs, many women complain to me about a certain type of fat known as cellulite. They tell me that no matter how much weight they lose, they can't seem to smooth out the tiny lumps of fat on their thighs. Indeed, some of the most slender women have cellulite. Cellulite is created when fat manages to push its way through tiny holes in your connective tissue, the thick web of interwoven fibers just underneath your skin.

High Hormone Levels
Women with higher-than-normal levels of the female hormone estrogen tend to suffer more often from cellulite. Other than directing extra calories to fat cells in your thighs, estrogen also weakens.

Fluid Retention
Many people think that fluid retention takes place only in the abdomen. That's not true. It actually occurs all over your body, including your thighs. If you've ever pulled on a favorite pair of pants and found them tight in the thighs one day and loose the next, you've experienced the ebb and flow of fluid retention. Any type of swelling in your thighs—particularly on a chronic basis—will stretch out and weaken connective tissue.

Hypothyroidism
Thyroid hormone deficiency can decrease metabolism of food, causing appetite loss and modest weight gain. Weight gain is from fat accumulation and fluid retention caused by protein deposits in the body. 

Diet There are NO special 'hip and thigh' diets, which can reduce, fat from your hips and thighs. The ONLY way to get back in shape is to follow a proper balanced diet. Although each of us has a unique bone structure and basic body shape, which we can't change, we can change our weight and fat. All you have to do is be patient and follow a sensible diet, which is a balanced low-fat eating-plan, which is high in vegetables, fruit, and other complex carbohydrates, and LOW in fat.

What You Can Do
First, yogic asanas will help to normalize your hormonal levels. This not only helps prevent cellulite, it will also help to prevent mood swings. Second, asanas will increase blood circulation to your thighs, helping to keep the connective tissue healthy. Better blood circulation will, in turn, help to remove excess fluid. Finally, as you shed fat in your hips and thighs, you'll have less of it to press against your connective tissue.
I am sharing with you some very special and unique yogic techniques to beat hips and thighs fat. It requires steady discipline but the results are guaranteed.

Warrior Pose1

  • Stand with legs about a meter apart.
  • Turn your right foot outwards and slowly bend your right knee.
  • Right thigh should be parallel to the floor.
  • Inhales raise your arms up at the shoulder level.
  • Turn your neck towards your right hand.
  • Hold this posture for 30 seconds.
  • Repeat this other side also. 

Warrior Pose2

  • Stand with feet apart, arms above your head, palms together.
  • Turn to the left placing left foot 4-5 feet in front of right foot, toes pointed forward.
  • Bend the left knee as shown, bend backwards and look straight.
  • Move up and down in this posture.
  • Than hold for 10 – 30 seconds.
  • Repeat with other leg.

Warrior Pose3

  • Stand with legs wide apart, feet turned out.
  • Bend knees, keep back straight and stretch both arms straight above the head, palms together.
  • Move your body up and down 20 times with breathing inhale upwards exhale downwards.
  • Than hold the posture for 10 – 30 seconds.

Vyaghrasana1

  • Stand on the knees and put your palms also on the mat with fingers pointing forward.
  • Inhale and lift your right leg up with the knee bend.
  • Now, keep your hips and thighs tight and move your leg up and down 30 times.
  • Hold this posture for 10 seconds.
  • Repeat this with other leg also.

Vyaghrasana2

  • Stand on the knees and put your palms also on the mat.
  • Inhale and lift your right leg up on your right side.
  • Move your leg up and down 20 times than hold for 10 seconds.
  • Repeat this with other leg also.