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https://www.youtube.com/embed/sIzLP-oiFCA Our core is the centre of our body, it holds our upper body up, makes movement in the lower body easier and of course gives us a flat stomach. Hi guys, this is riya, today I’m going to show you a couple of asanas to and tighten and engage the core, that will help strengthen these muscles. The first pose is navasana or the boat pose. Place yourselves on your sit bones and slowly lean back with a slight angle on your back. Lift your legs and bend your knees. Take your hands off the floor and parallel to the ground with fingers stretched out. Keep breathing and stay here for 5 breaths and release. Navasana really activates your core muscles and holds your upper and lower body only with the help of these central muscles. Now, let’s get into the Utkatasana or the chair pose.Feet together, bend your…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/tWPpdP4IhEY What’s up, everyone? Welcome to day six of 30 Days of Yoga with Adriene. I’m Adriene. And today, on day six, cue “Eye of the Tiger.” We are going to do Six Pack Abs! Just kidding. If you know me at all, you know that I don’t really prescribe or subscribe to that whole obsession. But I do want to work my core, and I would like to feel my abs, my abdominals.It’s going to help me in my yoga practice. It’s going to help my back, and it’s just a little something to spice up our life in this 30-day challenge. So don’t panic. Take a deep breath in, and we’re going to begin. All right, my friends. So we’re going to come flat on our backs today. If you have a block, you might grab it. It might be handy. If you don’t have one, it’s okay.…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/VrVnapBl0bI Hi welcome to yoga with Tim today’s video is yoga for a flat stomach you’ll get to help you gain awareness of your core and your abdominals so I want you to not just think of your your abdominals as the front but we’ll think of we’ll keep in mind the transverse abdominis the muscles that surround your whole low spine and most importantly even more importantly the erector spinae this the muscles that support the whole spine itself so that your core strength does not just come from doing movements like this but also being able to stabilize you upright being able to sit with good posture is also going to help to tone your abdominals so we’ll do different exercise that help with your posture also your glutes and your legs are also very important for how you hold yourself and your overall core strength so don’t…

What’s up, everyone? Welcome to Yoga with Adriene. I’m Adriene. And today we have another Yoga for Weight Loss sequence for you. This is, per your request, we’re going to focus on the abdominals today, and the arm muscles, the muscles of the arms. This is a fun sequence that will help you if you are interested in toning the body, building strength, connecting with your breath. The Yoga for Weight Loss series has been very popular so we want to continue to touch on sequences that build major muscle groups, but also bring a little yogic sensibility into that. So we’re going to work hard today. You can repeat the sequence more than once if you want more of a workout. Or if you’re new to the practice and new to yoga for weight loss, then you can just do what you can, and favorite this video so you…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/RiDhzDhsQU8 – Hey everyone and welcome to Yoga With Adriene. I’m Adriene and today we have yoga for abdominal wall strengthening. This is a request so hop into something comfy and let’s get started. (gentle music) Alright my friends, let’s begin on all fours. Come on down to the ground, set yourself up for a nice Tabletop Position. Upper arm bones rotate out. Immediately start to draw your lower belly in up towards your spine, your navel in up towards your spine. Lengthen through the neck, press into the tops of the feet and let’s start to move with the breath. Here we go, inhale to drop the belly, open the chest. Exhale to round through the spine. Inhale to drop the belly nice and slow. Tap into your breath right away here. Exhale rounding through. One more time on your own. Now inhale back to neutral spine. Claw through…