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Get Thin with Flat Stomach,Flexible Body & Glow on Face in 12 steps

Posted by Deepak Shetty on March 4, 2009

Surya Namaskar gains  overall strength and flexibility to the body. Surya Namaskar fights aging and rejuvenates the entire body. They nurture the higher emotions of love, peace, compassion, bringing about a sense of harmony and well-being. While performing the 12 poses (asanas), breath coordination is important . A full round of Surya Namaskar is considered to be 2 sets of 12 poses first round with right leg and 2nd round with left leg. These exercises should be performed early in the morning, exposing your body to the sun’s rays. But if, for some reason, it cannot be performed in the morning you may do so in the evening on an empty stomach, in a well ventilated room.

PLS NOTE : Don’t eat anything atleast 3 hours before practicing. Do not overdo the exercise.

Click here : Multiple Benefits from Surya Namaskar

STEP ONE:

STEP TWO:

deepakyoga12 Stand facing the direction of the sun with both feet touching. Bring the hands together, palm-to-palm, at the heart. deepakyoga22Inhale and raise the arms upward. Slowly bend backward, stretching arms above the head. keeping your palms together


STEP THREE:


STEP FOUR:

deepakyoga32Exhale and then bend forward until your hands touch your feet, Try to touch the forehead to the knees.

Do not bend the knees

Do not keep the neck tense

deepakyoga42Inhale and move the left leg back away from the body in a wide backward step. Keep the right leg and both the hands in the same position. Keep the right leg folded. Raise the head. The knee of the right leg will be bent. The knee of the left leg should touch the ground both arms are straight.Do not bend the neck forward.

Do not bend the elbows.


STEP FIVE:


STEP SIX:

deepakyoga52While exhaling, Take the right leg backwards and keep it close to the left leg. Straighten both the legs and both hands. Keep the neck straight and site fixed. Keep both the toes erect. Take care that the neck, spine, thighs and the feet are in a straight line.Do not bend the arms.

Do not look towards the floor.

Do not bend the knees.

deepakyoga62Retaining the breath lower your knees, your chest and then your forehead, keeping your hips up and toes curled underDo not touch the thighs, hips, waist or abdomen to the floor.Do not touch the chin to the floor.

Do not let the elbows fall away from the body


STEP SEVEN:


STEP EIGHT:

deepakyoga71Inhale and slowly raise the head and bend backward as much as possible, bending the spine to the maximum.Keep the knees and toes on the floor. Push the neck backwards and site upwards .Do not let the legs or heels be apart.

Do not bend the elbows.

Do not hunch the shoulders towards the ears

deepakyoga53While exhaling, bring the left foot together with the right. Keep arms straight, raise the hips and align the head with the arms, forming an upward arch. Take the head and chin towards the chest.Do not bend the legs in the knees


STEP NINE:


STEP TEN:

deepakyoga43Inhale and move the left leg back away from the body in a wide backward step. Keep the hands and feet firmly on the ground, with the right foot between the hands. Raise the head.Do not bend the neck forward.

Do not bend the elbows

deepakyoga3Exhale bring the left leg forwards slowly bending forward, touching the earth with respect until the hands are in line with the feet, head touching knees.Do not bend the knees.

Do not keep the neck tense.


STEP ELEVEN:


STEP TWELVE:

deepakyoga23Inhale and raise the arms upward. Slowly bend backward, stretching arms above the head. keeping your palms together deepakyoga13Stand facing the direction of the sun with both feet touching. Bring the hands together, palm-to-palm, at the heart.

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Stay Thin,Flat Stomach,Reduce Fat,Flexible Body,Add Glow on Face

Posted by Deepak Shetty on March 4, 2009

deepaksyogaposesSurya Namaskar a type of self worship and self vitalization. The Sanskrit word surya means sun. Namaskar is the Hindi word for Namaste, from the root nam, to bow. It is considered as the best exercise for human body Surya Namaskar is an appreciated exercise among people of all ages from kids to old age people. A full round of Surya Namaskar is considered to be 2 sets of 12 poses first round with right leg and 2nd round with left leg. Surya Namaskar is normally performed at sunsrise but u can perform whenever u rise up .

PLS NOTE : Don’t eat anything atleast 3 hours before practicing. Do not overdo the exercise.

Click here : To know about 12 poses of  Surya Namaskar

Benefits of Namaskar :

  • Regular practice of  Surya Namaskar helps to lose extra calories and reduce fat. It helps to stay thin. Practicing Surya Namaskar is the easiest way to be in shape.
  • Practicing Surya Namaskar is beneficial for the health of digestive system. It stretches the abdominal muscles. Regular practice of Surya Namaskar helps to lose excessive belly fat and gives flat stomach.
  • It tones up the nervous system and improves memory & produces health, strength, efficiency and longevity.
  • It promotes sleep and calms anxiety,refreshes the skin and prevents Skin disorders as well.
  • Activates the glands and regulates the hormone.
  • Surya-namaskar is a complete exercise to all the muscles and joints of the body
  • Practicing Surya Namaskar is beneficial for the health of digestive system. It stretches the abdominal muscles.
  • Regular practice of Surya Namaskar helps to lose excessive belly fat and gives flat stomach.
  • Sun salutation exercise helps to add glow on your face making facial skin radiant and ageless. It is the natural solution to prevent onset of wrinkles.
  • Daily practice of Surya Namaskar makes body flexible. It improves flexibility in spine and in limbs.
  • Surya Namaskar practice regulates irregular menstrual cycles.
  • Practicing Surya Namaskar ensures the easy childbirth. It helps to decrease the fear of pregnancy and childbirth.


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