5 Simple Yoga Moves that Will Strengthen and Tone Arm Flab in No Time!
Nobody likes flabby arms but sadly the loose skin on the upper arms is a cosmetic issue that can affect both men and women. Upper arm flab can be caused by many things, age playing a key role for many people.
Don’t worry, losing the upper arm sag will be as easy as getting it. Do these easy, light exercises and you will notice the fat begin to melt off in as little as 4 weeks!
Vinyasa in yoga is defined as a flow of various poses that strategically benefit you due to the fluid movements from one pose to another. The classic series we are referring to here is where you flow from Plank, down to Chaturanga, into Upward Facing Dog, and then push yourself into Downward Facing Dog. These moves will access every arm muscle you have and strengthen and tone them in the process.
- Chaturanga Dandasan
This pose, also known as the half push-up can help build muscle in your arms, shoulders, and back. Use your palms to and toes to hold your body in a push-up type stance and hold your glance directly in front of you.
- Downward Facing Dog
Not only will this pose help you get beautiful and tone arms, but it will also help strengthen the bones in your upper extremities, according to expert, Elizabeth Manejias. MD. Stretch your torso into a “V” by using your palms to push your buttocks into the air, while using the bottoms of your feet as your support.
- Yogi Push-ups
This particular pose can oftentimes produce groans out of even the most sophisticated yoga practitioner, however, the benefits are indisputable! Start in a plank pose. Next, push your elbows into your ribs. Now, move back to plank. You can feel the results of your muscle work immediately. However, to really feel the effects, it is best to do 5-10 of these.
If you properly and consistently engage in this pose, and use it to enhance your yoga arm routine you will experience stronger arms, wrists, as well as a stronger core. By elongating and lengthening your body, as well as putting those triceps, biceps and shoulders to work you will be able to complete your arms routine with a beautiful yet fluid ending! Start in downward facing dog, then press your shoulders forward and make sure your shoulders are above your wrists. Your wrists should be under your shoulders at a 90 degree angle.
Use these five moves together consistently to experience the best results. These poses are designed to work together to provide you with amazing results. Grab your yoga mat, water bottle, and comfy pants and get started today!