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Slim Waist Yoga Routine The Yoga Solution With Tara Stiles

Hi, I'm Tara Stiles, and today on the YogaSolution, I'm gonna show you a nice routine that you can do to slim your waist. Let'sget started. We'll start on all fours on your hands and knees. Make sure the fingers arespread nice and wide. We'll just start to warm up your spine a bit here. So as you inhale,gently drop your belly all the way down toward the ground, looking upward. And then as youexhale, rounding all the way and tucking your chin in. And just a few a more times likethis here on your own here, nice and smooth and easy. If it feels a little bit nicer tomove around a little side to side or circle one way or the other way just anythingat all that feels good to start to get your

spine moving for you. And then when you'reready here, gently tuck your toes, we'll start to lift your hips all the way up and backto your nice Downward Dog. Relax your head and neck and shoulders here. And then slowlywe'll start to walk your feet all the way up to the top of your mat here, one step ata time. Once you're all the way up, folding in, we'll let your head and neck soften. Andwe'll round up into a Chair Pose here. So sink your hips all the way up into a niceChair Pose. Breathing easy, keeping your belly nice and strong. And we'll press your palmstogether, lift up a bit, twist around here. Elbow comes right outside your knee, firmlypush away to spin everything all the way open.

And then gently come all the way back to yourmiddle. Same thing other side here. So twisting around all the way up and over here, easy,easy deep breaths. And we'll come all the way back through your middle. And then asyou exhale, just bring your fingertips all the way down to the ground, folding inwardfor a moment. Next inhale, lengthen up to a nice long, flat back. And then as you exhale,plant your palms, we'll step right back to your Plank Pose here. Top of your push up,just holding on for a few breaths. And from here, gently ease your knees down to the ground.We'll sink into a nice Upward Dog here. So swaying a little bit side to side, openingup the chest and the front of your body. Breathe

a whole lot. And then when you're ready, gentlyease your knees down to the ground, shift your hips up and back to sit on your heels.Take an easy breath in your Child's Pose. And when you're ready, coming back onto yourhands and knees, respreading your fingers, tuck the toes and lift your hips right upand back to your nice Downward Dog here. Relax your heels, relax the shoulders. So we'lltake a big inhale, reach your right leg all the way up and back behind you, Downward DogSplit here. Open up the hips and shoulders. And then we'll take your knee right up intoyour forehead. Round your back here. See if you can actually touch your knee to your forehead.And then send it all the way right back behind

you. Twice more just like that here. Liftyour knee, round your back here, knee right up into your forehead. And, again, send itall the way right back behind you. Last one just like this here. Knee right up into yourforehead, and then softly bring your foot between your hands, Low Lunge. From here,push down, big inhale brings you all the way up to a nice High Lunge. And then as you exhale,spin around to your right side here. Let your arms open nice and wide, big twist. Big inhalefills you all the way back up. Twice more just like that here. Big exhale, easy spin.And the inhale takes you all the way back up to the top. Last one just like that here.Big exhale, easy spin, and the inhale fills

you all the way up. And then right over toyour nice Warrior 2 here. So let your back heel find the ground. Arms softly openingright out to your sides. And simply hanging here for a few breaths. So gently reachingout through your fingertips, hips sinking nice and low, easy gaze over the fingertipshere. And take a big inhale, lift everything all the way up. And then as you exhale, sinkright back down and then all the back here to Reverse Warrior. Keep it going here, stretchall the way back here a bit. And then both legs stay straight, wave your torso up andover to your Triangle here. Maybe the hands on your shin or the fingertips on the ground.Open up the whole front of your body. Easy

Ab Workout Mistake BLOATED ABS

What's up, guysé Jeff Cavaliere, ATHLEANX . Welcome to Torso Thursday here at ATHLEANX.I know another Washboard Wednesday a day late, but I've got to do my best with what we'vegot, righté So, here's the deal: more importantly, I want to help you to solve this problem.The problem is, your ab workout making you look fat. You see, there actually is a way that youshould be breathing when you're doing your ab training that will help you to achievethe goal you're actually trying to do in the first place. That is to flatten your belly,cinch it down, and create a tighter, narrower

looking waste. But if you're breathing improperly, you'reactually going to be doing the exact opposite. You're going to be working more toward a distendedbelly, more toward a relaxed belly, and you're going to be looking toward a fatter lookingbelly, even if you have abs. I see guys from time to time that actuallyhave abs that are distended and pushed out from anabolic steroid use. So what I wantto do today is teach you how to do that properly, but more importantly, get you out of thatmindset also of thinking that your ab workout could do anything to combat the fat if you'realready fat.

You see, people have this idea quot;I've beendoing ab workouts, you give me all these great ab workouts, but I still look fat. It's notdoing anything to shrink my belly.quot; Because no ab workout ever will. The consumed energyin an ab workout is minimal, maybe 30, 40, 50 calories and you're simply not moving enoughmuscles at a time for a long enough period o time to cause any significant impact interms of caloric burn. So an ab workout alone, even if you're consistentwith it, will never be enough. That is why in our ATHLEANX app, the 6pack Promise, it'sactually available on Android and iOS. We don't just give you the actual ab workout,but we give you as ample meal plan as well

to help you start getting rid of that overlyingfat because it's the only way you're ever going to have an impact on the fat. There's a couple things that you'll hear whenit comes to having a thicker looking waist and what you should do about it. First ofall, some people will tell you to avoid oblique training because what the obliques will dois thicken your waist and make you look blockier. That's bullshit, guys. That's not good advice. It's one of the worst pieces of advice, especiallyas you conquer your meal plans and start shredding some of that fat because what your obliquesare going to do is allow you to have that

more tapered look. So you can see here thatan oblique that's developed, yes, it can cause a little bit of thickness down here. That'sjust our genetics. That's what we're born with, but it's okaybecause if the obliques themselves have definition up above, they're going to create this taperingeffect because of the angle that they run. So you never want to avoid oblique trainingif you're trying to get a more tapered looking waist. You want to make sure you're pairingyour oblique training, most importantly, with a nutrition plan that allows you to show offthe obliques. Otherwise, yes, it might look a little blocky,but it's not justifying enough the reason

for you to skip doing obliques. But as faras breathing goes, you want to make sure that you're not breathing out during any of yourab exercises. Is this easyé No, it's not that simple. It's a skill that you might have toacquire, but that's okay. Take a little bit of time, just like you didwhen you started riding a bike where you started to practice what it feels like and once yougot it right you can ride a bike without even thinking. Well, you want to make sure thatyou're not blowing out as you exert or perform the ab movement. So, look here on a crunch. If I'm in a crunch – a lot of us make themistake of doing this. We're crunching up

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