The Japanese have always been sincere, dedicated and creative in their approach to well-being and well-being in life. They work hard and have aligned their spirituality through physicality. In fact, they’ve used props in and around their homes to design fitness routines in such a way that spending more time on exercises doesn’t seem like another thing to cross off the to-do list.
As part of this effort, they have made smart use of their towels. The Japanese towel is made of natural cotton, so it creates a connection with the elements, the assumption being that the cotton has absorbed all the elements like sunlight, water and minerals, and in terms of contact with the body, he transmits them to us.
Because towels are long, we can use them to pull and strengthen our biceps. We can push them down, use them against a hook and work our triceps. We can also use them to expand the chest, stretch and open our shoulders. Weights can be added and we can also do strength exercises, like squats and lunges. We can do many exercises with towels, but the one that involves lying on rolled up towels, balancing your body on it along your spine and stretching your legs and hands to the farthest point one on the other, definitely does not reduce belly fat. as claimed. However, the Japanese towel exercise can be helpful in improving posture, reducing back pain, and aligning pelvic joint movement to some extent. And if we focus and concentrate on one point while doing this exercise, we are actually meditating.
What is the Japanese Tower Scroll?
The Japanese towel technique was developed by Japanese reflexology and massage specialist Dr. Toshiki Fukutsudzi over a decade ago to bring the body back into shape. He claimed that this method can help get rid of belly fat, correct posture, strengthen the back and reduce back pain. He suggested doing this three times a day for five minutes each. So what does this imply? Simply place towels like cylindrical rolls on the floor, tie them so that they do not move. Lie on your back with your feet apart, then let your toes come together, making sure to place the towel under your spine. Then extend your hands above your head and extend them above your head. All you do is lie down for five minutes.
Belly fat, not so much. Just a good exercise for the back
What this exercise really does is it balances the spine and helps you correct your posture. So, by placing a towel behind your back, the method would help correct posture by aligning the spine and pelvis, pulling the belly button region, and preventing fat from accumulating in the abdominal region. This last piece is far away. Because abdominal fat is the most stubborn and requires intense exercise to burn off. Just lying down three times a day would definitely work your pelvic area, keep it supple, but you really should get away with it.
A yoga pose that can have a longer lasting impact
Sahaj Matsyasana is a yoga pose similar to that advocated by the Japanese. Here is the procedure to do the same:
1) Lie on your back with your hands by your side and your feet together.
2) Bend the elbows, inhale and lift the chest and head.
3) Keeping your chest straight, lightly touch the top of your head to the floor and keep your body weight on your forearms and elbows. Press your lower body to the floor.
4) Hold the pose for 10 seconds and slowly come back.
This posture is suitable for people with respiratory problems and thyroid problems. It is good for the female reproductive system. It strengthens the spine and helps crush abdominal fat.
Losing weight is only possible when you create a calorie deficit in the body. You need to burn more calories than you take in without depriving your body of its optimal nutrients. And it certainly can’t be done by lying on the floor.
(Dr. Mehta has trained Bollywood superstars Akshay Kumar, Preity Zinta, billionaires, politicians, Miss World/Miss Universe contestants and Maharashtra police. A best-selling author, he was named a champion of the FIT India movement by the Sports Authority of India).
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