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Old 01-20-2019, 09:10 PM   #16  
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Losing weight is 90% what food we’re putting in our mouth. And 10% exercise/tone.
But YES yoga burns fat. A fast-paced, vigorous style of yoga, like Vinyasa or Ashtanga, will burn more fat and calories, for example, than a slow, meditative class. And Bikram (hot) yoga is ‘next level’ for burning fat.

Yoga does have a cardiovascular element. A vigorous athletic form of yoga can raise your heart rate for a good 20 minutes. Bikram is a 90 minute class. And yoga poses that focus on the core such as plank, chaturanga, and boat pose, can help tone the abdominal muscles underneath.

Just some of the other good aspects of yoga is it’s known to improve sleep, sex and depression. It’s an amazing holistic approach to health and is also thought to impact how we eat.
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Old 02-12-2019, 05:17 AM   #17  
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Old 04-09-2019, 08:37 AM   #18  
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I liked your question, it is very interesting. I have been working as a fitness coach for 3 years and I myself have suffered from overweight. I can say that yoga is different and can affect your body in different ways. The first task of yoga is to create a balance between your body and mind, to help them find harmony. Yoga helps the mind to cleanse and the body to strengthen. One type of yoga - hatha yoga - is practiced by intensive training and memorizing the special positions of your body - asanas. This type of yoga strengthens your body very well and always helps to keep in shape (musician Sting, at his 63, looks like 30 thanks to these practices). The main difficulty is that in order to practice this kind of yoga you need to prepare your body. Therefore, I would advise you to make similar ropes https://askyourfitnessquestion.com/1...-workout-games and spend some time on fitness and cross-jumping. In parallel, you can practice lighter types of yoga and eventually move on to more intensive practices.

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