A toned stomach and stronger core do much more than give an aesthetic personality and head-turner looks. A flat stomach comes with many more surprising bonuses such as a better functioning of the internal system, good health, and longer life.

So, find a way to a toned belly not only to look good but to lead a life that is both disease and ailment-free. The traditional science of yoga incorporates the wisdom of nutrition-rich food and physical activity vital for savoring a toned and healthy belly. The yoga for belly fat includes bodily movements that engage the abdominal muscles efficiently giving out positive results in no time.

Here are four best yoga poses for flat stomach that you can include in a regular yoga practice to witness positive results in mere two weeks:

Wind Relieving Pose (Pawanmuktasana): Lay your back and crown of the head on the floor. Fold the knees and bring them close to your chest with hands around them. Slowly, release the right leg back to the floor while retaining the left knee in the initial position.
Again, bend the right knee and stretch back the left leg.
Repeat the movement 10-15 times.

Raised Foot Pose (Uttanpadasana): Lie in a supine position on a yoga mat. Keep the legs and hands straight.
Inhale, lengthen the body and raise the legs upward at 45-degree angle to the ground. If comfortable, create a 90-degree angle with the legs. Hold this pose for 30 seconds.

Seated forward fold Pose (Paschimottanasana): Sit straight on a yoga mat with legs in front of you. With an inhalation, stretch the arms up and upon exhalation, bend forward as one unit. Bring the arms down and try to touch the toes of the feet with your palms. Rest the forehead and chest over the thighs. Stay in this pose for 30 seconds.

Boat Pose (Navasana): Begin the pose in a seated position with hands on the ground and legs unbent. Bend the legs in such a way that the thighs are close to the front torso and feet on the ground. Lift the feet off the yoga mat and gently start to stretch the legs as much as possible. Balance the body on the sitting bones and extend the arms out alongside the body. Hold this pose for 20-30 seconds.

A regular practice of Yoga for stomach is a natural and comprehensive way to work on the entire stomach anatomy.

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