*Dhanurasana- bow posture*
It is great for tightening the abs and strengthening the core. Lie on the stomach and stretch out the legs and keep the arms by the side. Bend the knees and reach the arms to hold the feet or ankles. Hold for fifteen to thirty seconds and breathe normally. Breathe out and get back to the starting position and make a pause of fifteen seconds. Do this for five times with resting in between.
*Bhujangasana- Cobra posture*
This pose strengthens the upper body and the spine. It isn’t recommended for those who suffer from back injury, hernia or pregnant women. Lie on the stomach and stretch the leg away from the body. Pull the arms under the shoulders and touch the floor with the chin and toes. Inhale and thrust the body chest upward. Stay in that position for fifteen to thirty seconds and breathe out slowly and rest for fifteen seconds. Do this for five times and make pause in between.
It provides workout for the legs, arms, back and belly. Lie on the back and stretch the legs and keep the arms by the side. Inhale and lift the chest upward. Raise the feet off the ground and keep the gaze forward in order to keep alignment in the body. Stay in position and breathe in and out ten times. Do this for five times and make pauses in between.