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How to reduce fat from the belly

The easiest place to put on weight is the belly. Most of us do not eat with awareness and all the overeating stretches the muscles in this reason making them loose. No wonder these are the toughest muscles to train.
Before you begin burning belly fat and toning your abs, you need to understand a bit more about how your body works and discover why you are battling the bulge.
A lot of people believe that it stems from improper eating or lack of exercise. While this may be the most common case, there can also be other reasons:

Genetics

Think about your relatives…especially those that are overweight.
If a lot of them are heavier around the middle area then it’s quite possible that you have the genes that make you genetically apple-shaped when you put on excess weight.
Meaning your body is more likely to store its fat in your stomach than anywhere else.

Stress

This is a big one. And of course, stress doesn’t just make your stomach bigger; it can make everything bigger if you’re not careful.
When you are under stress, your body releases the hormone cortisol.
In turn, this hormone causes your liver to make excess sugar that your body doesn’t really need. As a result, you begin to feel hungrier and begin to eat more.
And guess what…a lot of those calories go straight to your stomach!

Improper Digestion

This can also be caused by stress.
Improper digestion due to stress may cause several kinds of gastrointestinal problems leaving you gassy and bloated.
Many people who complain about persistent belly fat often times have gas which causes the bloating effect.

Slow Metabolism

As we get older, our metabolism tends to slow down. That means you don’t burn calories as fast or as easily as you did when you were younger. A slower metabolism can also result in extra storage of fat…particularly around the middle.

Eating Late at Night

If you want to control your stomach fat, you should never eat within three hours of your bedtime. Going to bed with a full stomach puts you at greater risk for fat storage around the middle area.

Determine Your Cause

As I said earlier, the number one cause of excess stomach fat is improper diet and lack of exercise. We all need to be mindful of that no matter what size we are.
I am sharing with you this time some very special and unique yogic techniques to beat belly flab. It requires steady discipline but the results are guaranteed. These postures may be tough to do at first but you can even get a six pack just with these if you keep increasing the number of repetitions. So get started and see the results!
Naukasana Variation 1

  • Lie down on your back with the knees bend and feet on the floor.
  • Lift your upper body with the arms strait in front of you.
  • Move your body up and down for 30 repetitions, then hold for 15 seconds.
  • Keep exhaling through your mouth when you move up.

Naukasana Variation 2

  • Lie down on your back with the knees bent and lift your feet up at the level of your knees.
  • Interlock your fingers behind the neck than lift your body upwards.
  • Move both towards each other , forehead towards the knees and knees towards the forehead with exhalation.
  • Stretch your legs outwards and head backwards.
  • Keep moving like that at least 30 times.
  • Hold for 10 seconds.

Ardhalasana Variation

  • Lie down on your back.
  • Inhale lift your legs upwards at 90 degrees.
  • Lift your upper body with arms straight upwards towards the toes.
  • Now keep moving your upper body and arms upwards for 20 counts.
  • Than hold this posture for 10 seconds.

Dandasana Variation

  • Lie down on your abdomen.
  • Interlock  your fingers under your chin and come on to the toes.
  • Lift your body upwards on the elbows and on your toes.
  • Hold the posture for 30 seconds.
  • Keep exhaling.

Good Luck Keep smiling!
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