This Japanese Fitness Trick Will Melt Your Fat

With a sports program from Japan, the so-called “Zero Training”, if it is possible to tighten the body, hardly sweat and still burn fat. At least according to Tomomi Ishimura, who developed Zero Training. In short, sports programming is based mainly on breathing and stretching exercises, making it especially for workers suitable in home office It should be. The focus of the sports program is on strengthen the body and increase well-being.

The training itself takes time. just about five minutes and soon it should deliver the first results with just one application per day. Because: With “Zero Training” the body becomes one “healthy attitude” brought back. Also, you only train five “essential” body parts. hips, back, neck, shoulders and feet.

Zero Training aims to “reset” posture

The idea behind the special training method: With the movements we make during a daily routine, our body would move further and further away from the initial position over the years. This removal from the starting position can have a damaging effect on the muscles, which in turn can lead to tightness and pain.

Besides According to Ishimura, posture also influences circulation and metabolism, which can cause weight gain and discomfort. To counteract these negative developments, the Japanese woman developed Zero Training, which allows reset posture almost in the “initial state”.

The expert recommends zero training Mainly for people over 30 years old. You need it for the exercises. no tools Although a yoga mat is a useful addition, it is not a must.

Instructions: This is how Zero Training works

training begins lying Lie on your back on the floor or on the yoga mat. The neck and neck should be slightly stretched and aligned perpendicular to the shoulders. Then lower your shoulders toward your hips. The arms are parallel to the upper body. Also, the hips are lowered. The legs are then bent so that the soles and toes are firmly on the ground.

The second part of the formation are predominantly breathing exercises: First you continue to breathe normally, while you should already be concentrating on breathing, for about 30 seconds. Then inhale and exhale through your chest with concentration. The chest should expand and relax during the breathing exercise, also for 30 seconds. Then do the same with abdominal breathing.

After the breathing exercises continue stretching and relaxation exercises. The arms will be stretched out. They should then be raised and lowered a few times. The arms should return “relaxed to the basic position,” he says. sunmark.co.jp. The next part of the exercise involves the “open chest.” The upper body is stretched along with the back in the direction of the shoulders. One must “straighten as much as possible” the upper part of the body. Then hold the position for 15 to 30 seconds. Then you should relax again. After the upper body, the hip and pelvic muscles should first be tensed and then relaxed again.

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The last part of zero training is stretching legs. These are kept tense alternately on the ground. This position should also be held for a few seconds. Then return to the relaxed starting position. Then the toes are stretched and relaxed several times. After this exercise, the training is complete.

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