Yoga Burn Tips

Source: Yoga Health Hub

Are you looking to calculate Calories Burned by Yoga? If you are trying to lose weight, yoga is a great way to do so.

Hi. I’m Jenny Pinkston, and I’ve tried Yoga Burn by Zoe Bray Cotton.

I’ve been practicing for about 3 years and work at a studio in Chicago.

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You’ll see lots of videos, articles and product reviews. Yoga Burn provides yoga videos, books and any other gear you’d like.

If you don’t have a studio near you, or for anyone looking to do yoga at home, you can try this wonderful training course that that progressively teaches you everything you need to know.

Calories You Burn with Yoga

There are many different types of yoga and the calories you burn will depend in large part on how much you weigh and how long you do the activity. However, you may be surprised to learn that this low impact exercise can do more to help you lose weight than an hour on the rowing machine. The risk of injury is much lower also. What do you have to lose?

If you choose to engage in traditional yoga and weigh approximately 150 pounds, Yoga Burn will be approximately 200 calories. Start with yoga postures such as the seated half pigeon pose, the triangle pose and the warrior pose. Other exercises that also help you to burn a large number of calories in a short period of time include the seated forward bend pose, the standing forward bend pose and the half shoulder stand pose. In addition to the calories you burn off, you will also receive many other health benefits.

The Effects of Yoga Burn

If you are looking for more to burn calories with yoga, you may wish to try Vinyasa yoga. This type of yoga will not only energize you, but it also allows you to burn approximately 445 calorie per hour. When you use this yoga style, you will find that it is very energizing as you create fluidity in the traditional postures. This is done by linking the poses and can be best seen when practicing the Surya Namaskar. Try it today and see if this yoga style is perfect for you.

The Conclusion

For those who want a high intensity workout, Hot yoga and Bikram yoga will require the use of a heated room. The room must be approximately 105 degrees Fahrenheit and have a humidity level of 40% for this yoga to be most effective. If you are able to withstand these calories, you can burn an estimated 630 calories an hour. As you can see Yoga Burn will help you to lose the weight you want to and give you a better looking body at the same time.

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