Yoga isn't just known as a stress buster, but it is also rates as one of the most popular and effective workout regimens for eliminating stubborn fat buildup. Yes, yoga can be used for weight loss and it's very effective. The reason behind this is that: research study has shown that yoga lowers stress causing hormones and in turn increases insulin sensitivity - telling your body to burn up food as fuel instead of storing it as fat. Also known as yoga asanas for weight loss, this guide will discuss different methods at how this ancient practice can help you shed some pounds while at the same time toning your skin and firming up your abs, butt, arms, and legs. You can expect to see results in as little as three weeks.
When practiced regularly, yoga can be a great way to cut down on weight. It is very light on the joint and if done properly under the initial guidance of a professional reduces the chances of injury. Furthermore, you don't even have to spend thousands of bucks on annual gym subscriptions as yoga can be practiced in the comfort of your own home.
The following chapters will discuss some effective yoga asanas for weight loss, and most of all you don't pay a dime.
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Those with under twenty pounds to lose who already enjoy yoga may appreciate this book.
Another meditative or yoga book.
Those where the referenced scientific material was ambiguous or blatantly skewed to blur the causality lines would be required to be re-written or cut entirely.
There are many good points made in this book that reference true science. However, the presentation of most of the facts is in such a manner as to insinuate wrong, backward or outdated causality. Much of the theoretical biological and health science regarding weight loss that is referenced has been shown in recent studies to be inaccurate in the aggregate. It is irresponsible for this book to be presented to audiences that may not know the difference between good science presentation and poor science presentation.