10 yoga asanas that will get you flat abs

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Many individuals have begun their wellness journey with yoga asanas to improve physically and spiritually. Whether you do yoga for health or spiritual growth, it is the ideal workout for you. Here are ten yoga positions that can help you achieve flat abs quickly. 

1. Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose)

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Lie on your back with your arms spread on the floor. Retrace your legs and elevate your upper torso softly off the ground. Keep a straight line between your pubic bone and your feet, which should be flat on the floor. Maintaining the stance should take 25 seconds.

2. Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward-Facing Dog Pose)

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Utilise both hands and legs to reach the ground. Raise your body to a 90-degree angle with the rest of your body. Continue in this position for a maximum of three minutes.

3. Parivrtta Parsvakonasana (Revolved Side Angle Pose)

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Single-kneeling position with knees bent at a 90-degree angle. Extend the opposite knee and, if required, balance on your toes. Lean your torso to one side or choose to face forward for more balance. Maintain this position for a minimum of 30 to 60 seconds.

4. Ustrasana (Camel Pose)

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Bow to the ground and make a slight rearward arch. Assure that both hands contact and then hold the heels. Hold this position for nearly a minute and then release.

5. Ardha Purvottanasana (Reverse Tabletop Pose)

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An excellent position to be in is with your feet flat on the ground and your knees slightly bent. Maintain a slight bend in your hands behind your torso. Raise your body to maintain a straight axis between your forehead and both knees. Each time, this stance may be kept for up to thirty seconds.

6. Dhanurasana (Bow Pose)

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Lie face down on the floor. Elevate your hands and feet off the floor. To keep your legs warm, wrap your hands around them. Each time, hold this position for up to thirty seconds, gradually increasing the duration until ninety seconds is reached.

7. Bitilasana (Cow Pose)

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Place your hands flat on the mattress and knelt. Extend your forearms and place your upper torso's pressure on your forearms. This cat stance demands the backbone to be raised. Similarly, the cow position asks you to lower your spine. Maintain the position for 30 seconds on each repetition.

8. Vasisthasana (Side Plank Pose)

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After you have performed the ‘downward-facing dog posture,’ execute this. Shift your weight to one of your legs. Lean the torso primarily to the right or left. Extend the arm on the opposite side of your body in front of you. This position should be held for roughly 15 seconds. Reintroduce the downward-facing dog pose.

9. Kumbhakasana (Plank Pose)

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Lie completely flat on the floor. Take a deep breath and elevate your chest onto outstretched forearms. And keep your balance on your legs. Maintain for as long as you are willing, then take a brief break before repeating.

10. Savasana (Corpse Pose)

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This is a genuinely calming pose that you should perform every half-hour throughout your yoga practice. Due to its simplicity, it is regarded as one of the most challenging positions. And to do it properly, you must be able to prepare your muscles for relaxation adequately.

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