Take control of your life and help you lose weight easily

Fast-paced, warm-up yoga that makes you sweat can burn more of your aunt, but a gentle way can reduce your waist aunt (and won’t hurt you).

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Yoga can regulate your mood and thus help you lose weight more easily.

  Many bad habits are driven by emotions.

By helping you focus your attention inside, yoga can reduce your attention to a few extra little things, and focus directly on what you should be paying attention to.

It can help you correct how you are and why you haven’t taken care of your own body, and help you to eat more of yourself.

  After step by step, you will feel a sense of control over life.

You will be more helpful in the foods you put in your mouth and how those foods will make you feel.

As the initial four-step exercise, although these poses cannot be practiced as regular yoga poses, they can at least give you a yoga feel.

Before you start, do a 5 minute warm-up.

Keep doing this while doing each exercise and take 5 slow deep breaths.

Inhale 5 times and exhale 5 times.

Every time you inhale, shrink your spine, and every time you exhale, take every action more.

Listen carefully to your body and relax if you feel pain.

  The chair style teaches you how to balance, coordinate and persevere.

Place your hands on the sides of your body, slender, and your feet together.

As you exhale, bend your alignment and stretch your waist joint back as if you were sitting in a chair.

Raise your arms above your head, contract your belly, and support your hips.

Press down on your feet, breathe 5 to 10, and slowly stand back to your original position.

  Sit forward and calm your mind.

Sit up straight with your legs straight in front of you.

Put a belt or strap around your feet.

Bend forward from your knee joint, paying attention not to bend your lower back.

Stand your knees up, point it at your upper bone, and lower your shoulders.

Breathe 5 to 10 times and sit back slowly.

  Sage style relaxes your spinal stress.

Sit up straight with your legs crossed and gently place your fingers on the ground behind you.

Inhale and stretch your back.

As you exhale, gently turn your body to your right and place your left hand on your upper right.

Take 5 to 10 breaths.

Go back to the middle position and do the other side.

  Bridges relieve your stress and increase your resilience.

Lie on your back on the ground, bend and bend, feet flat on the ground, feet with the same width as the lumbar spine, naturally stretch straight on the sides of the body, palms up.


When you exhale, press your heels to the ground, lift your waist and hips, and press your arms to the ground.

Take 5 to 10 breaths.
Exhale as you lower your body.

Rotate your spine every time you do it.