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Calorie Burnout in Yoga


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This Presentation Deals with the ways involved in calorie burnout by means of different form of yoga.

This Presentation Deals with the ways involved in calorie burnout by means of different form of yoga.

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  • I feel glad to share this here, I know that with the help of meditation we can burn more calories. I have been taking meditation classes from two month at Prasanthi Studio. It is a yoga center. I have already reduced 120 calories in short time. And this is really a big victory for me.
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  • 1. Calorie Burnout in Yoga A SUPPLEMENT TO YOUR FITNESS REGIME
  • 2.
    • Yoga is 99% practice and 1% theory !
    • - Sri Krishna PattabhiJois (Ashtanga Yoga Founder)
  • 3. A Brief Introduction
    • Yoga has been branded as more of breathing, relaxing and thinking exercise form.
    • It is most useful for stress relieving and keeping a body fit.
    • Moreover, Yoga is now acting as a supplement for calorie-burning along with daily cardio, or a session on treadmill.
  • 4. Interesting-Fact
    • Did you know Yoga burns, on an average, about 200 calories per hour ? but it really depends on the type of yoga you practice !
  • 5.
      • Focuses on breathing techniques coupled with basic postures.
      • Attempts to balance the body via asanas, purification practices, controlled breathing, and calming of the mind.
    Hatha Yoga Calorie burned in Hatha Yoga : 175/Cal (due to simpler nature of asana) Same As : A slow walk for 60 minutes
  • 6. Ashtanga Yoga
    • Focuses on the alignment of movement and breath.
    • Movement is comprised of the flow of one asana into another, based on the length of one’s inhale and exhale, henceforth it requires more energy. Calorie burned in Ashtanga Yoga : 300/Cal Same As : A brisk walk for 60 minutes
  • 7. Power Yoga
    • It has more complex movement, and it changes more rapidly between one asana to another.
    • Power Yoga is also known as a shortened version of a Yoga class. Calorie burned in Power yoga : 300/Cal Same As : A brisk walk for 60 minutes
  • 8. AshtangaVinyasa
    • Connects movement and breath.
    • In Ashtanga Yoga, the sequences are not changed so it is also referred to as "flow" yoga. Calorie burned in Ashtanga Vinyasa : 445/Cal Same As : A moderate bike riding for 1 hour
  • 9. Bikram Yoga (Hot Yoga)
    • It is ideally practiced in a room heated to 105°F (≈ 40.6°C) with a humidity of 40%.
    • It’s a high calorie burnout exercise due to complex schedule and highly strenuous exertion levels. Calorie burned in hath yoga : 630/Cal Same As : Jogging for 1 hour
  • 10. Tips
    • To burn more calories you need to:
    • To constantly “grow” during each pose or stretch.
    • Try lengthening each pose with every breath.
  • 11. Yoga Pose For Calorie Burn Out
    • Weight loss is largely dependent on calorie burnout .
    • Various postures of yoga like Wheel pose (Chakrasana), Triangle pose, eight parts yoga (Ashtanga) help to burn the extra deposits of fat.
  • 12. Closing Thoughts…..
    • So the next time you decide to loose the pounds, try to incorporate yoga in your daily practice.
    • Yoga, done right could help you get into shape!
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