Simple Japanese Breathing Technique Can Help You Lose Weight and Stomach Fat!
Breathing Technique can be very useful not only for weight loss process but for our general health.
One Japanese actor, Miki Ryosuke, discovered recently very natural method which helped him lose weight successfully. After experiencing terrible back pain, his doctor recommended certain exercises. He was supposed to perform them each day in order to relieve his pain. After performing the exercise for a few weeks, this actor lost 13 kg or 28.7 pounds and 11.9 cm or 4.7 inches from his waist! He refers to long-breath diet. It’s actually a technique where you stand in position, take a 3-second breath, and then exhale strongly for 7 seconds.
Does This Breathing Technique Actually Work?
Deep breathing technique can provide our body with oxygen. Of course, it is not replacement for exercise. But it’s a great start or first step for women who just began with an exercise plan. Deep breathing increases the benefits of any form of exercise. The oxygen in fact absorbs nutrients and can help the body get rid of toxins. At the end, that can lead to weight loss.
One research made at Hampton University found that this combination of deep breathing and yoga exercises helped overweight teens easily lose weight. 60 high school teens were divided into 2 groups. The first group received 40 minutes of yoga and performed deep breathing exercises 4 times a week for 12 weeks. The second group stayed with their normal routine. The results were the following the group who practiced yoga and deep breathing exercises lost an average body weight of 2.7 kg or 6 pounds with no daily restrictions of caloric intake.
How Correctly To Perform The Exercise
- Stand with one leg forward and the other back
- Strain your glute muscles while transferring your weight to your back foot
- While lifting your arms above your head, slowly inhale for 3 seconds
- Exhale carefully and forcefully for 7 seconds while straining all of the muscles of the body.
Watch the following video for correctly performance of the breathing exercises.