Yoga routines will make your arms strong, slim and also have effect on your fat belly
Many fail to realize that yoga is one of the best ways to build upper-body strength, it’s not all about spending hours in the gym pumping and lifting irons to get the sculpted arms or body you desire.
This yoga workout can do the job of toning your general body because its moves engage every part of the arm that suspend your own entire body weight, truly it’s a great strength training.
These poses can also be done anytime of the day and anywhere, you can do it as many time as possible during the day. Personally, I do this after 20mins jogging or aerobic exercise and it works well for me not only firming and toning my upper arms, it also tones my back and tummy.
Hold each pose for 5 breaths, and complete the entire series 5 to 8 times. Do 3 to 5 of these workouts a week to tone up and gain muscle in less than two weeks.
Desire a toned shoulders, biceps, and triceps? flow through these yoga poses that will only take 5-minutes of your time.
BELOW ARE THE YOGA ROUTINES THAT WILL HELP YOU ACHIEVE A TONE AND FIRM ARMS
Doing Downward Dog facing pose, you have to kneel with your both hands directly under your shoulders. Tuck toes under and breathe out, lift your hips towards the roof and move your shoulder far from ears, then draw your front ribs in and push into hands and feet.
Doing the Chaturanga pose, you need to breathe out, keeping your body in a straight line and bowing elbows to 90 degrees while bringing down your body towards the floor. Please be mindful not to twist around your shoulders forward during contract abs
UPWARD DOG POSE
Get into this pose breathing in and bringing down hips toward the floor. Untuck toes; push into hands, straighten your arms, lifting your mid-section (chest) and then push in your abs (stomach). Embrace shoulder bones together and down far from ears. Slowly breathe out, lifting hips to come back to Downward Dog.
SIDE PLANK POSE
Side plank can be down in several ways, this is the elbow side plank pose. Doing the elbow side plank, you need to breathe out, pivoting middle and stacking right foot on top of the left. Press middle up (body in a straight line) with abs tight. Raise right hand and place fingers on your waist; look forward and breathe also repeat on other side.
Breathe in, bringing down hips, going onto toes and propelling middle, with shoulders straight forward over wrists. Contract abs and make your arms straight; keep your body in line from head to heels.