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Tips for weight reducing!

Kalaivani2010-07-04 23:29:10 +0000 #1
Namaste!

I think that yoga would reduce once weight but the diet also taking part a vital role i think.Do you any tips reg diet that can be followed to reduce weight.

Thanks & Regards,
Pravin2010-07-04 23:41:10 +0000 #2
Dear Kalaivani,

I'm new to this forum and this one is my first posting- Are you talking of reducing from an obesity state ot just losing extra flabs- In anyways,

asanas like Paschimotannasana, SaralHastaBhujangasana, Sarvangasana, Halasana, Dhanurasana, Veerasana, Trikonasana, ArdhaMatsyendrasana and Surya Namaskar will greatly help if practise regularl. Even pranayam will be of help. As far as diet is concerned, there is quite a lot of confusions about an ideal diet, primarily it depends greatly on the individual weay of living and eating habits, so one shoilud be extremely cautious about dieying as it can comes to more harm than anything else- Best is to stick to Asanas

Regards

Pravin
SultanAliFezar2010-07-05 00:18:10 +0000 #3
Now I've only been practicing for a littel over a year, so take it with no warrenties, but the primary focus of my routines is fat burning, so I'd say practicing a routine with a little more movement, longer holds in a deeper sun salutation, warrior pose, cresent that sort of thing, keep it moving.

You want to hold the standing poses long enough to feel the muscle burn then move on.

The key is really making the muscle burn and keep it moving. This will increase matabolism and burn calories, which mixed with a healthy diet will burn fat and reduce weight.

I can say that I lost about 22.5 pounds in 3.5 months with this, so it worked well for me.

Hope that helps any.
Pravin2010-07-05 00:16:05 +0000 #4
[quote=Kalaivani]Namaste!

I think that yoga would reduce once weight but the diet also taking part a vital role i think.Do you any tips reg diet that can be followed to reduce weight.

Thanks & Regards,

Kalaivani Namaste,

If the person weight, age and eating habit are obtained, from these definitely a diet programme can be sorted out but I insist that regular practice of asanas is the best alternative.

Regards

Pravin

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