Sunday, January 31, 2016

6 Yoga Moves for a Better Butt

6 Yoga Moves for a Better Butt

Have you ever wanted to wear those tight, figure hugging pants that make your bums look great? Well, no doubt these are pretty tight pants and for that you really need to have a great body with great butt. So how do you get it?  Well the answer lies in Yoga. Yes, there are certain yoga poses that stretch your muscles, make use of your body weight from head to foot and sculpt and tone your body and gives you the perfect Yoga Butt.

Why Yoga?

Yoga poses helps in sculpting, molding, and toning your body, especially the lower part, using just your body weight. The various yoga poses also help in strengthening your muscles moves and stretch, elongate your muscles besides toning them. Calories will also be burned doing yoga. It is said that our hips are the largest muscle group. So when need to tone them, our metabolism also needs to be worked upon and this is possible through Yoga.

Yoga Poses for a Better Butt
Try these simple yoga moves to get that perfect, toned sculpted butt that you had always desired:

Chair pose (Utkatasana):
6 Yoga Moves for a Better Butt

 This is a popular yoga pose to tone our butt. Your core muscles, inner thighs, outer thighs back and the glutes are all used doing the chair pose. This pose works with the whole body back region. Stand with your feet together. Now bend
your knees. Bring your weight into your heel by dropping your hips while bending. Drop your tailbone. Lift your arms up, with your palms facing each other. See that your shoulders are relaxed in their sockets. Gaze upwards and stay in this pose for 8 seconds or more. Just 1 minute of the yoga posture along with your regular yoga routine give you firm glutes.

Triangle Pose:
 This yoga pose stresses on keeping your hips and body straight and inline with your back. If you want your upper bums to work upon, this is a good posture. This is also known as Tricone asana. Stand straight with your feet wide apart. Turn your right foot out at a right angle and left foot in by 15 degree. Now you need to align the center of both your legs at the heels. Press your feet firmly on the ground. Breathe in and as you breathe out, bend your body to the right, and your left hand is faced up in the air in a straight line and your right hand comes down towards floor.  Keep your arms in a straight line. Stretch to the maximum and keep your balance. Keep on breathing heavily. Repeat the same on the other side. This yoga pose has a combination of stretching and building of muscles.

Warrior III:

 Warrior III, a popular yoga pose, to form a T shape of your body with your arms, torso, leg parallel to the floor. Stand on one leg. Lift the other leg at a right angle. Extend your arms straight, lean forward so that your chest is in line with your lifted back leg. Balance yourself first. Stay in this position for few seconds. Then stand on the other leg. This pose works your shoulders, abs, arms, chest, and your bum most of all.

Dancing Shiva:
6 Yoga Moves for a Better Butt

Well, in this pose, you support yourself with one bent leg and one bent leg high up in the air. This pose will activate the muscles of the supporting leg and the raised leg. This yoga pose is also good for the triceps.

Half Moon Pose (Ardha Chandrasana):
6 Yoga Moves for a Better Butt
 The Half Moon Pose is a Standing Pose that targets the legs, buttocks, and hips, and improves balance and strength. This pose strengthens your angles. It is similar to Triangle pose, infact an extended version. There is full body extension. Half moon yoga pose is like a balancing variation of Triangle pose. Lengthen your spine while opening the chest, shoulders, and torso. It stretches the groins, hamstrings, and calves.

 Bridge Pose:
6 Yoga Moves for a Better Butt

Another popular yoga pose. Lie on your back. Let your feet and hip wide apart. Press your feet and lift your hips. This is wonderful pose that burn calories and also relaxes your body. It engages your butts and core muscles. Hold in that position for 5-8 breaths. And then repeat.


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