Practice this yoga sequence regularly, strengthen the abdomen, exercise the core, and eliminate the big belly

Strong core muscles, including your abdominal muscles, are essential for regular yoga practice. Although almost all yoga poses can help you strengthen your abdomen, some of them work better. Boat pose is a good example to help you build up your abs. < / P > < p > lie prone, with your forehead on the ground, feet together, hands on both sides of your chest, five fingers open, fingertips pointing straight in front, toes hook back, heel pedaling backward, thigh muscles tight, hands on the ground, body up, slowly extend arms, into the plate. < / P > < p > move from the plank to one side and place the weight on your right or left hand. Stack your feet, lift your hips up, and pull up your navel to contract your abdomen. Make sure your lower hand is in line with your shoulder and your upper hand is in the sky. Hold five to ten deep breaths, then switch sides. < / P > < p > adjustment: place the knee on the floor to reduce the weight of the side panel. Elbow to shoulder. Tighten the core muscles and lift up, keeping a straight line from the upper knee to the shoulder. Knee to hand pose < / P > < p > then inhale as you straighten your right leg to return the foot to its starting position. When tightening the abdominal muscles, exhale so that the left knee is facing the left upper arm or elbow. Inhale as you return to the starting position. 4. Boat type is an ideal position for abdominal exercise. < / P > < p > tilt your torso to an angle of approximately 45 degrees. Lengthen the spine; don’t let your back arch. Focus on keeping the core up. Straighten your legs and V-shape your body. Take five deep breaths. < / P > < p > tighten all muscles in the arms, legs and core to lift the head, chest and arms off the mat. Lift your legs off the mat, keep your neck extended, and take five to ten deep breaths. < / P > < p > inhale, reverse position, lift head and tailbone, lower abdomen and move toward cushion. Alternate 10 deep breaths between cat pose and bull pose. 8. Reverse plank style < / P > < p > open your hands to shoulder width, place them on the back of your hips, point your fingertips straight ahead, lift your hips up into a table style, stretch your legs forward in turn, bring your feet together, your spine, pelvis and legs in a straight line, and your hands are directly under your shoulders. < / P > < p > bend your knees and move your hips back to transfer weight to your heels, with your hands praying in front of your chest. Exhale and twist to the right with the left elbow outside the right knee. Keep your knees level and twist your torso. Take a few breaths, then switch sides to practice < / P > < p > open the body outward so that the arm is perpendicular to the floor, and then turn the right foot 90 degrees. Align the right heel with the left heel. Extend the right arm downward until the right hand falls on the calf or ankle. Extend the sides of the torso evenly. Take five to ten breaths, then switch sides. Focus