Water yoga is more effective for fat burning and weight loss, giving you a different feeling
Many girls like yoga because they hope to achieve perfect shape and health effects through yoga. Most people learn yoga like ordinary yoga. So, how many people try water yoga? What is the water yoga pose?
Yoga emphasizes the mastery of posture, rhythm and exhalation, especially the mastery of breathing techniques, which is very similar to swimming. The biggest difference between water yoga and land yoga is that in addition to mastering the body, practicing yoga in the water also requires understanding how the body and water get along.
Yoga in the water can make full use of the characteristics of waterproof and buoyancy. Through the resistance of water, people can exercise their strength, endurance and shape a perfect body; through the buoyancy of water, people can exercise flexibility and reduce sports injuries. When exercising, we can wear swimsuits to practice on the water, which can reduce the sense of restraint. (Reminder: The depth of yoga in the water should not exceed the abdomen. The depth of water is 1-1.2 meters.)
Asana 1: Half a month
Stand up, inhale and raise your right leg while raising your right arm, then exhale to the left side of your head. Do the other side in the same way. This operation will remain for three seconds.
Efficacy: The half moon pose can reduce excess fat on the waist, beautify the lines of the legs and arms, and enhance the strength of the legs.
Asana 2: Single leg and back extension
Stand up straight at your waist, concentrate on your right leg, raise your left leg, place it on the steps, draw your arm to the top of your head, and exhale forward and down with your upper body, and try to hold your left leg. Do the same for the right leg. Hold for three seconds.
Effect: balance the body, stretch the spine and ankles. Promote digestion and benefit the lower body (note: straighten knee joints and keep your back upright).
Asana 3: Tree pose
Begin a basic standing position with feet together, palms inward, arms close to the outside of the left and right thighs, then lift the right heel to the groin and upper thigh, and at the same time put the right toe down, and firmly fix the right leg on the thigh or thigh. At the same time, stand on your left leg to balance the fist, put your palms together, extend your arms, and raise your head. Hold for 30-60 seconds.
Efficacy: beautify the arm lines, prevent sagging breasts, and improve people's attention (focus: focus on the abdomen and legs).
Asana 4: Warrior II
Basically standing. Exhale deeply. Feet should be equal to shoulders, arms raised to both sides, parallel to the ground, left knee straight, right foot 90 degrees to the right, left foot 15-30 degrees in the same direction, no more than 30 degrees, bend right knee until thigh is on the ground Parallel, and the calf is perpendicular to the floor and thigh. Then stretch your hand to one side as much as possible, rotate your head to the right, look at the fingertips of your right hand, take a deep breath, and stretch the back muscles of your left calf. Hold for 30 seconds.
Efficacy: It can make the leg muscles flexible, and reduce the praise of the spasm in this area (note: all muscles are tightened).
Asana five: standing latch
Put your left leg on the step, grab your left foot with your left arm, inhale, then raise your right arm to the top of your head, exhale your right arm, move your body to your left leg, and place your right hand on your left hand.
Efficacy: Stimulate and massage the blood circulation in the liver and spleen, and correct poor back posture (note: ribs are raised).
Yoga itself, as an aerobic exercise, is carried out in water, which can also help oxygen consumption, thereby playing a very significant role in the body's fat metabolism and body fat reduction. If you insist on practicing yoga on the water for a long time, you can adjust your body posture and spine physiological curvature. This adaptive variability shapes the beautiful lines of people, especially the curves of the abdomen, feet, hips and chest, shoulders and back. The above are the yoga asanas that I have practiced on the water before. I hope it will be helpful to you.