5 Simple Yoga Exercises To Get Rid Of Back Fat

Yoga Exercises To Get Rid Of Back Fat

Fat in the body not only causes health issues, but also gives you an awful body shape. It has a lot of negative impact on your mind as well. Back fat is as serious as belly fat, but is ignored most of the times. What are the ways to get rid of it? Well, the answer is simple exercise and wearing proper clothing.

Simple Workouts To Eliminate Back Fat

Wheel Pose

Lie down on your back and bend your knees. The feet should be flat on the ground. Place your palms on the ground above your shoulder with fingertips facing the feet. Press your palms and elevate your hips, torso and head off the ground. Stay in this position for 1 minute and relax. This works out the back, upper body as well as abs.

Wheel Pose

Bow Pose

Lie down on your stomach and bend your knees backwards. Grasp your left and right ankle with your hands. Hold your toes close to each other and press your belly against the floor. Lift your head and shoulders and shift your weight from hips to your belly. Take a deep breath and hold this posture for a few seconds. This effectively eliminates back fat.

Bow Pose (2)

Side Fierce

Stand with feet together. Bend your knees while inhaling and slowly lower your hips and at the same time raise both your arms overhead. Exhale and cross the right elbow over the outer left knee. Push the bottom elbow against the thigh while pressing your palms. Lift and rotate the chest and increase the twist. With both the knees parallel to each other pull the right hip slightly back. Stay in this position for five breaths. Repeat with your left elbow over the right outer knee and hold for five breaths.

Side Fierce

Warrior 3

Stand straight with your feet together. Shift your weight to the left leg. Thrust the right leg right behind you while balancing with the help of your torso, which is parallel to the ground. Extend the arms in front. Draw your navel inwards towards the spine. Hold the posture for five breaths.

Warrior 3

Dolphin Plank

Lower down on your forearms and toddle your feet out. The body must be in a straight line to the shoulders. Hold this posture for five breaths.

Dolphin Plank