2 types of Yoga For Weight-Loss

Many people each day visit their local gyms and immediately jump on a bike or a stepper or a treadmill because they think intense cardio is the only way to lose weight. An effective, long-term weight loss solution is the practice of Yoga.

Yoga has been around for centuries, but much of today’s Yoga is geared towards the epidemic weight gain and obesity problem. Yoga focuses on twisting poses that work on stimulating the internal organs, which in turn boosts our metabolism. The increased metabolic rate encourages calorie burn and helps us lose weight.

Before signing up for Yoga classes thinking you have found the solution, to lose weight you must change your diet. A proper diet of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains are essential if you want to see results. Also eliminate processed foods and as much sugar as possible from your diet.

Make sure tapping into the mental and spiritual aspects of your Yoga practice are not forgotten. Visualizing yourself being successful not only in weight loss but in your overall wellness of mind and body.

2 Types of Weight Loss Yoga

Bikram Yoga

Celebrities and athletes prefer Bikram Yoga because it is a mix of low-key Yoga exercises and a complete aerobic, cardio, and fat-burning workout. There is definitely a learning curve with Bikram because of the lack of rest time during the cardio section. Keeping the heart elevated for at least 20 minutes is vital to losing weight fast.

Bikram Yoga is also a great way to eliminate stress, build patience, self-control, and concentration.

Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga is effective for weight loss because it focuses on fairly complex yoga poses, synchronization of breathing, which not only creates a strong, healthy body, but a strong clear mind as well.


1 comment:

Ritesh said...

When, or if, you decide to become a Yoga teacher, you should start with a basic Yoga teacher training course that gives you an overview of all of the

fields within Yoga. If you decide to specialize, it is best to do it when the need becomes apparent.