4. Bow Posture (Dhanurasana)
The bow posture is ideal for strengthening the core and tightening abdominal muscles. It offers a full body stretch that increases energy and promotes easy digestion.

How to do it:
Step 1: Lie stomach down on the mat with your legs stretched out and your arms to your side.
Step 2: Bend the knees upward while reaching your arms back to hold your ankles or feet.
Step 3: Hold the position 15-30 seconds while breathing normally
Step 4: Exhale and return to the lying position allowing your body to rest for 15 seconds.
Step 5: Repeat 5 times with rest time in between each pose

5. Cobra Posture (Bhujang asana)
The cobra pose strengthens the spine and upper body — it proves to be a multi-muscle workout. This pose is not recommended for people who suffer from a hernia or back injury or women who are pregnant.

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How to do it:
Step 1: Start by lying stomach down on the mat.
Step 2: Stretch your legs away from your body as you pull your arms in under your shoulders
Step 3: Allow your toes and chin to touch the floor.
Step 4: Breathe in deep and slow as you thrust your body chest upward.
Step 5: Hold the pose for 15-30 seconds and slowly exhale.
Step 6: Rest for 15 seconds.
Step 7: Repeat 5 times with a break in between each pose.