Top 5 Yoga Asanas for Burning the Thigh Fat

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In this era everyone has got in the race of getting fit and working out for hours to let their body look the best version of it. This is good because a healthy body, mind, and a lifestyle are what that can make us happy for the longest time. But, because of this a lot of us are facing body insecurity issues irrespective of the body type that we are. This is not the correct way of looking at the things and instead a better way is to look out for the flaws on you and work on it so that you feel better about it. If you are facing body doubts then target the area of your body having a particular issue and work on it. For example, if you have fat thighs then this blog post can be helpful for you. Here we show some of the easiest and the most effective yoga asanas to burn the excess of the thigh fat.

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Top 5 Yoga Asanas for Reducing the Arm Fat

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Just like the tummy fat is stubborn and takes the most time to get reduced, same is the case with the arm fat. The arm fat is really thick and no matter what yoga asana you do, it takes a hell lot of time to reduce and get in shape. Doing the gymming exercises and cutting down on the food do not always work. Hence, the last option to try out is yoga and to see the effective results in just some time.

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Top 10 All Time Great Sportswomen of the World

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Women are growing with their talent in every field and so in sports. Period. Well, women have been in the sports industry in the longest time and have played some gorgeous games in their lifetime setting up amazing records and benchmarks. These have made the path for the budding athletes so easy that no woman holds herself back from achieving the sky high success. Here are some of the most iconic and greatest sports women of all times.

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Top 10 All Time Great Sportsmen of the World

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Legends don’t die and so do their records. In this blog, we are talking about some of the most iconic legends in the world of sports. There can be no rule in the whole world to compare the records and the benchmark that these sports person have set in their respective games, so the listing of these sportsperson are is no order. We tried to bring the most iconic legend from across the world in a variety of sports.

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Top 6 Yoga Asanas for Beginners

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Yoga is not just any other exercise but it is a way of life that one indulges in right from the day of starting it. The purpose of yoga is not just cutting the excess and the bad fat from one’s body but it focuses on so many more things like targeting the mind and soul to get peace, controlling depression, anger, stress, anxiety, working on the flexibility of the body, and so much more.

Being a beginner in any field could be a tough task and so in yoga. But, if you go the correct way it could be all things fun. There are so many basic beginner yoga asanas to start with that can make your yoga journey the best. Here are some top 6 yoga asanas for the beginners that are as easy as the PT school exercises but are so worthy. Continue reading “Top 6 Yoga Asanas for Beginners”

With Requisite Firepower, India Have Edge over West Indies in Test Series

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Post cricket’s most coveted tournament — the ICC World Cup — India are off for their tour to West Indies where they will play three T20Is, three ODIs and two test matches. While the T20 series starts from 3 August, the ODI series will commence from 8 August. The test series then starts a couple of weeks later from 22 August.

If West Indies have any chance of winning a match or series, the limited overs leg of the tour is their best bet. The only way West Indies presently play their cricket is-attack attack attack! Although that may work in their favour in T20 Cricket which explains the reason why they are the World Champions in that format, it may also work in their favour in the ODI format to an extent but if they only approach Test cricket with their one dimensional strategy, they would find themselves in trouble in this format more often than not.

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India Vs West Indies ODI Series: It’s advantage Team India

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After India’s semi-final exit in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, the Men in Blue are out for their next assignment- the tour of West Indies. The tour of the Caribbean island will see them participate in three T20Is, Three ODIs, and two Test Matches.

While India are ranked number 2 as per the latest ICC Men’s ODI Team Rankings, West Indies are placed at the ninth position. This is largely because of the fact that West Indies play more or less the same fearless brand of cricket that works for them in T20 Cricket.

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India Vs West Indies T20I: India can’t count West Indies out in shortest format of the game

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After the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, the Team India is all set to commence their new season with a tour to West Indies, comprising of three T20Is, three ODIs, and two Tests. The Men-In-Blue will be playing the first two T20Is against the hosts in Florida  and, thereafter, both the teams will move to the Caribbean Islands for the third T20I.

Going by the ICC T20I rankings, fifth-ranked India should have it easy against the ninth-ranked West Indies. However, one should expect a power-packed series as the Caribbeans are known for their fearless style of cricket, especially in the shortest format of the game. One should count West Indies out at their own peril, keeping in mind that that they are the current World Champions, though the current rankings show a dismal picture of them.

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PV Sindhu will look to make a comeback in Japan Open

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In the wake of passing up her first title of the year and the primary Super 1000 title of her vocation at the Indonesia Open, expert shuttler P.V. Sindhu will hope to bob back and end her 2019 title dry season when she drives India’s challenge at the Japan Open BWF World Tour Super 750 beginning on Tuesday.

Sindhu was beaten in straight recreations by Japan’s Akane Yamaguchi in the last of the Indonesia Open on Sunday. Continue reading “PV Sindhu will look to make a comeback in Japan Open”

MS Dhoni and His Eccentric Decisions: Mahi Stuns Everyone with His Decision to Join His Army Regiment

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It is a bright sunny day at Johannesburg. 39 overs of a 40 over cricket contest have elapsed. India have lost a 50 over World Cup final at the same venue- some 4 years ago and now a T20 World Cup win is at stake and that too against the arch-rivals Pakistan.

The Indian captain has two choices- one to give the final over to a veteran off spinner, immensely experienced and someone who has a reputation in world Cricket and the other to believe in a largely inexperienced medium pacer who has looked off color so far. Unlike me, the captain did not have all the time in the world to come to a decision.  And from the moment Mahendra Singh Dhoni tossed the ball to Joginder Sharma that day, he had made one thing pretty clear- he was a free thinker. Continue reading “MS Dhoni and His Eccentric Decisions: Mahi Stuns Everyone with His Decision to Join His Army Regiment”