Number 2. Bow pose (dhanurasana)

Number 2. Bow pose (dhanurasana)

Looking for a way to tone your belly and back? Then bow pose can help you. This asana strengthens your core and abdominal area, improves your posture, and stretches your full body. It works on the back, chest, abs, legs, hips, and arms. To perform the pose, stay in a face-down position, bend your knees, and hold your ankle with your hands keeping your knees hip-width apart. Lift your chest and thighs off the floor, while holding your ankle. Continue breathing and try to hold the pose for 20 seconds.

Tip: If you’re suffering from blood pressure, insomnia, and migraine, you should skip this pose.