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Saturday, July 7, 2018

5 Easy Exercises at home to Lose Belly Fat after Pregnancy



Although every girl loves to become a mother and feel the motherhood, not everyone likes their body shape after giving birth to a child. Those types of mothers can’t wait to see themselves as before pregnancy. Don’t worry we are here to help you.

Maintaining your body even after your pregnancy becomes a critical task because you don’t have enough time to go to the gym and workout for hours to get in shape. So what to do….

First of all, don’t do any kind of hard work for one or two months just after your pregnancy. Just relax and eat well to get all the nutrition that your child needs from you. After that, you can start some bed exercises so that you can have a habit of exercise routine.

Now you are ready to start these 5 basic exercises at home to reduce your belly fat and get in perfect shape. Start with a few minutes and reach up to 1 hour at least.

      Pranayama


Deep breathing exercises taught in Yoga are excellent ways to regulate your metabolism. When you breathe just the right way, you take in more oxygen. This burns more calories. All your body systems get awakened and you spend more energy, more calories. Thus, you lose weight. Certain Pranayama exercises work directly upon abdominal areas such as Bhastrika and Kapalbhati Pranayama. Do them and lose belly fat even after pregnancy.

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     Reverse curl with ball


Lie on your back with your arms by your sides. Rest your heels and calves about knee-width apart on the ball. Tense your abs and, holding the ball between your heels and thighs, raise it off the floor. Slowly, return to starting position.



    Bridges


Lie down face up on the floor with your knees bent and feet flat on the floor, a hip-width apart. Spread your hands on either side with your palms down. Tuck in your stomach muscles and slowly lift your buttocks off the floor, followed by your stomach and middle back. Keep your shoulders on the ground. Hold for ten seconds and gently lower your body back on the ground. Repeat this exercise around 4-6 times to strengthen your hips and tone the stomach.

     Traditional Squat


Perform as few as 10 reps or as many as 20-30 depending on your strength. With your spine in neutral position, toes pointing forward, legs hip-width distance apart and pelvic tilted (not butt out), exhale and lower down into a squat. Your butt should stay above knee level, your toes should remain pointed forward with the weight primarily in your heels so that you can raise your toes even, and your shoulders should stay down and relax with your chest lifted.

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      Roll-ups


Lie flat on the bed. Stretch your legs straight and your arms straight above your head. Very slowly, roll up into a ‘C’ curve, reaching for your toes. Hold for few seconds and uncurl your body into starting position. The key is to keep your feet on the mattress. If you have a trouble keeping your feet on the bed, have someone hold your feet. You can bend your knees as you come up. It is always ok to modify! Pillow can be used in your hands as a prop in this workout.

Do it when your baby is fast asleep. Workout when your baby is sleeping. Do crunches, push-ups, planks, triceps dips, high knees, spot jogging, jumping jacks, lunges, squats, jackknife, bicep curls, triceps extensions, Russian twists, leg raises, etc. But first, you must talk to your doctor to know if there are any exercises that you must avoid.


1 comment:

  1. Wonderful article, Which you have shared about the Breathing. Your article is very important and I really enjoyed reading it. If anyone wants to know the breathing exercise technique, then visit at breathing techniques for musicians

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