4 Yoga Asanas To Burn Belly Fat Fast

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4 Yoga Asanas To Burn Belly Fat Fast

Here are some yoga poses to burn belly fat fast. Practice this yoga to burn belly fat.

Pose # 1

The fourth pose is the Plank.  It tones arms, shoulders, back, thighs, and eliminates belly fat. 

Pose # 2

The third pose is the Boat pose.  It fights fat around the waist, strengthening back and leg muscles. 

Pose # 3

The first pose is the Cobra pose.  It strengthens abdominal muscles

Pose # 4

Last but not list is the Wind-relieving pose.  It improves metabolism, and tones the muscles of the abdomen and hips.


Stomach fat is one of the hardest places to burn off fat in the entire body.  When people see people one of the first things they notice is a person’s stomach especially if they have a big fat stomach. Therefore having a fat belly can make a person’s self-esteem plummet and cause someone to be very self-conscious of themselves.  They can definitely affect a person’s quality of life.

Research has shown that people with abdominal fat, are more likely to get heart diseases, type 2 diabetes, insulin resistance, and even some forms of cancer. Getting rid of belly fat is vital because it is one of the most dangerous places in the body to store fat.

There are plenty of yoga Asanas poses and exercises which help in reducing belly fat.  Below we are going to go over 5 of the most effective yoga asanas poses that help burn belly fat.  These yoga asanas poses are easy to do and can be done in the comforts of your own home. But remember in order to burn belly fat, you need to eat healthy if you want to see results fast.

You should practice these yoga poses to reduce belly fat almost every day to get fast and the best results.

Here are 4 yoga postures to reduce belly fat.

Pose # 1 Plank (Kumbhakasana)

This is the easiest yet most effective pose in yoga to reduce belly fat. Not only it reduces the belly but it strengthens and tones your arms, shoulders, back, buttocks and thighs.


Kumbhakasana – Plank

How To Do Kumbhakasana

  1. Begin on your hands and knees rest directly under the shoulders and knees under the hips.
  2. Tug your toes under and step the feet back one at a time, extending your legs behind you.
  3. Inhale and look slightly ahead of your palms so that your neck is aligned with the spine.
  4. Hold your abdominal muscles in.
  5. Your body should form a straight line from heels to the head. Make you’re your hands are flat and your fingers are spread.
  6. Hold this posture for 15-30 sec or longer for better results.
  7. Release the pose by dropping the knees to the floor on exhalation.
  8. Repeat this for at least 5 rounds with relaxation for 15 secs after each round.

If you have back or shoulder injuries or have high blood pressure avoid doing this pose.

Pose #2 Boat Pose (Naukasana)

This yoga asana, helps you to get a flat stomach and is great for fighting fat around the waist and it is very good for the stomach as well as strengthening the back and leg muscles.


Naukasana – Boat Pose

How To Do Naukasana

  1. Lie down on a mat in supine position legs together and stretched, arms to your sides facing down.
  2. On the inhalation, start raising your legs without bending at the knees.
  3. Stretch your foot and your toes outward.
  4. Raise the legs as high as possible.
  5. Now raise both arms keeping them straight, attempting to reach towards your toes.
  6. Attempt to bring your body as close to a 45-degree angle.
  7. Breathe normally.
  8. Hold this pose for at least 15 seconds.
  9. Gently exhale as you release.
  10. Repeat this for at least 5 rounds with relaxation for 15 secs after each round.


Pose #3 Cobra Pose (Bhujang Asana)

Cobra pose is a great posture to strengthen the abdominal muscles and to reduce belly pooch. This pose will strengthen the back, abdomen, and entire upper body. It also makes the spine flexible and strong.

Bhujangasana for flat tummy
Bhujangasana – Cobra Pose

How To Do Bhujang Asana

  1. Lie down on your belly with legs stretched.
  2. Place the palms underneath the shoulder.
  3. Chin on the floor and all the toes touching the floor.
  4. Then, on inhalation slowly raise your chest up bending backward as much as possible.
  5. This allows your body to look like a cobra ready to strike with the head raised.
  6. Hold the cobra pose for 15 – 30 secs depending on your ability.
  7. On exhalation slowly bring your entire body down to the prone position.
  8. Repeat this at least 5 times with relaxation for 15 secs after each round.

Caution: Don’t do this pose if you have a back injury, ulcer, hernia, or if you are pregnant.

Pose # 4 Wind Relieving Pose (Pavanamukthasana)

This yoga pose massages colon regulates acid levels of the stomach, cures constipation and improves metabolism, relieves lower back pain, firms, and tones the muscles of the abdomen, thighs, and hips.


Pavanamukthasana – Wind-relieving pose

How To Do Pavanamukthasana

  1. Lie down in a supine position with arms on either side of your body and feet stretched out, heels touching each other.
  2. Bend your knees and on exhalation, gradually bring the bent knees towards your chest, with thighs applying pressure on the abdomen.
  3. Hold the knees properly in place by clasping your hands underneath the thighs.
  4. Again on exhalation lift your head allowing your chin to touch your knees.
  5. Hold the position for 60 to 90 seconds, while breathing deeply.
  6. Exhale slowly, and release your knees. Bring your hands to either side of your body, palms facing the ground.
  7. Repeat this for at least 5 rounds with relaxation for 15 secs after each round.
  8. Repeat these poses every day or from 3 to 5 times, 3 days a week, spacing with a day off.

To boost your metabolism, consider doing this exercise in the morning.


Not all yoga exercises are good for everyone.  Do not practice these yoga poses if you are

  • Pregnant
  • Recently undergone surgery
  • Have a back injury
  • A leg injury
  • Have a serious medical condition

If you feel pain, discomfort, or dizziness stop immediately.



Stacey Chillemi


I am on a mission to transform the health of millions worldwide. Check out my website at staceychillemi.com. I am a popular and recognizable health and lifestyle reporter and expert, columnist and health host. Author of The Complete Guide to Natural Healing and Natural Remedies for Common Conditions, along with 20 other published books. I am the founder of The Complete Herbal Guide and a recognized health and natural remedies expert, with over 20 years in practice as a Health Coach. I write for the Huffington Post, Huff Post, Thrive Global and Medium (Owned by Arianna Huffington). I have been a guest on the Dr. Oz Show, local news, and numerous radio shows. My focus is on natural healing, herbal remedies, alternative methods, self-motivation, food for medicine, nutrition, fitness, natural beauty remedies and the power of positive thinking.



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