Ten Poses/Asanas for Extreme Weight Loss


Ten Poses/Asanas for Extreme Weight Loss

The best natural 10 yoga Poses/Asanas for Extreme Weight Loss. The one’s fighting with obesity, excess weight, large belly fat have the huge availability of these yoga poses. Doing these 10 Poses/Asanas for Extreme Weight Loss will make you fit more than you can ever think.

1. Warrior (Virabhadrasana)



  • Stand comfortably straight with your legs hip-distance apart and arms relaxing on your sides.
  • Now, moving on, spread your legs wide-apart.
  • Turn your left feet out to the left side of the mat.
  • The other feet will turn inward to make a 45 degree angle.
  • Twist your body to the left side completely.
  • Go forward on your left knee making a 90 degree angle making sure that your knee doesn’t cross over the toe.
  • Let the other leg stretch properly.
  • Now go into a Namaste position, and taking your arms up above your head, look up, arch your back a bit and stretch.
  • Hold the stretch in this position for 10 seconds and repeat on the other side.

2. Cobra Pose (Bhujangasana)



  • Slowly lie down on your belly.
  • Place your palms under your shoulders and the feet should be flat on the floor.
  • Press the tops of your feet down to the ground, press your palms into the floor evenly pushing your shoulders slightly backwards.
  • Lift stretch your upper torso until you are fully comfortable.
  • Even your are in the highest position, do not that you don’t straighten your elbows.
  • Even if you are really high enough, look upwards. Otherwise just look forward.
  • Then try and hold this position for 6-12 seconds.
  • And then slowly out your head down.
  • To release this position, sit back onto your heels.
  • Forehead should be on floor and hands can be stretched in front or back on the floor.
  • If your head is not reaching to the ground, then place your forehead to your palms so that to make sure you are relaxed.

3. Dancer Pose (Natarajasana)



  • Stand straight on the ground.
  • Come on to your right feet, pointing left toes to the ground.
  • Now, bend your left leg from knee and hold it with your left hand.
  • Wrap all your fingers around your feet.
  • Move your right hand stretching it forward until it is parallel to the ground.
  • Keep your head straight and gaze right on your front fingers.
  • Start moving your upper torso forward.
  • Elegantly, point both the hips down to the ground.
  • Now kick back and bring your left leg as high as possible.
  • Hold this pose for 30 seconds or more.
  • To release, reverse the process.
  • Repeat the same for the other side.

4. Superman Pose (Viparita Shalabhasana)



  • Lie on the ground slowly with your chest facing the ground and toes flat on the ground.
  • Place your hands on either side of the body with palms flat on the floor.
  • Now pull yourself back by pulling your hands back.
  • Raise your thighs up off the mat as much as possible.
  • Hold the stretch for 6-8 breaths and lower your body down.

5. Eagle Pose (Garudasana)



  • Stand straight on the yoga mat.
  • Take you right thigh and place it on your left thigh hitting your toe down to the floor.
  • Take your left arm, bend it and take your right arm and put it along with your left arm.
  • Your arms will look vines.
  • Once you are in this position, lift your left leg up and wrap around your left leg.
  • Bend your left leg a bit to comfortably balance your body.
  • Be in this position for 3-6 breaths.
  • Repeat the same for the other side.

6. Plank (Kumbhakasana)



  • Be in a downward dog position.
  • Slowly lower your hips down until your shoulder, hips and legs are in one slanting line.
  • If really needed , push your toes little bit back and pose yourself on your toes.
  • Your toes and hands are apart and fingers should be wide open.
  • Inhale and exhale deeply.
  • Hold the stretch in this position for 4-6 breaths.

7. Camel Pose (Ustrasana)



  • Kneel on the floor comfortably with knees hip width and thighs perpendicular to the floor.
  • Place your hands on the back of your pelvis with the fingers pointing down and wide.
  • Now focus on the upper back, lift the hand and keep pressing into the feet, into the knees.
  • Keep thinking about actions in the legs.
  • Lift up more and more until the maximum stretch.
  • Then, if you wanna come down more , bring your hands down and touch your ankle.
  • Keep your face up and look at the ceiling.
  • Now, if this is not possible for you, then you could tuck your knees underneath and instead of reaching for the heels flattered, you could do the same thing.
  • At that point, reaching for the heels will be a little bit easier for you.
  • Remain in this pose from 30 seconds to any minute keeping the body fully stretched.
  • Come up slowly from this position.
  • Relax while lying down on the mat comfortably.

8. Side Plank Hold (Vasistha)



  • Get into the table top pose (fingers wide open).
  • From that pose, move to right hand side making your left foot straight and set the other foot in front.
  • Now, just push the weight into the front foot.
  • Bring your right hand vertical to the floor and fingers pointing to the sky.
  • Now once you are balanced, lift the front foot and set it on top of the other foot.
  • Look at the sky.
  • Hold this position for 3-6 breaths.
  • Repeat the same for the other side.

9. Downward Dog (Adho Mukha Svanasana)

Adho- Mukha-Svanasana


  • Lie down on the mat with your face facing the ground.
  • Hands straight on either side of the body with palms facing the ceiling.
  • Now, place your palms near your chest.
  • Press your palms and come on all the fours.
  • Let your hands and legs be resting where they are.
  • Tuck your toes under and lift your hips towards the ceiling.
  • Straight your knees and lift the hips to a higher point.
  • Make sure your heels are down on the floor and your fingers are wide open.
  • Both your legs should be straight and apart, just like your hands.
  • Breathe deeply, smoothly and feel the breath.
  • Hold for 5-10 breaths.
  • And then, lower your knees to the floor to release the pose comfortably.
  • And then relax.

10. Bow Pose(Dhanurasana)



  • Lie down on the floor facing your stomach to the floor with hands along your side and stretch your legs out.
  • Notice that your palms are facing up.
  • Look in the front and rest your head on chin.
  • Now bend your knees and grab your ankles with your hands.
  • Move your face towards the sky while bringing your legs upwards.
  • While doing this, your thighs will come off the floor.
  • Hold it for 4-6 breaths.