Are you dreaming about toned and strong arms? For this you have to follow these Yoga Poses for Stronger and Toned Arms. Assume that if you have beautifully shaped arms that attract everyone towards you. All you need to just trust on Yoga and keep some quality time in reserve only for Yoga Practice. So, why you are waiting, get up and start your Yoga Practice. Your trust and dedications results create a magic and definitely, you’ll feel the change in you.
Ya! It’s absolutely true if you pick up the right poses and follow them regularly in a right manner. Here are some awesome Yoga Poses for toned arms that is especially hand-picked. Read on this till the end, if you really want stronger as well as shaped arms. These Yoga poses are trusted by well-certified Yoga Trainer for making your arms the same as a celebrity.
With Yoga Shape your Arms
There is no doubt that strong and well-sculpted arms are impressive. They boost your confidence and your life is stable. Many of us are not interested in joining the gym and lifting the weights. Yoga is the best alternative for building strong arms instead of taking the membership of the gym. Yogic activities are the awesome way to shape & strengthen your upper body. Yoga is the amazing gift of an ancient Indian Yogis to us; it’s our time to use their blessing in a right way. Say goodbye to your flabby arms and becomes an eye-catcher by your toned and strong arms.
The uniqueness of yoga is, it uses your whole body weight and act like a resisting force. All you need to do is utilize your body weight with these Yoga Poses in a correct way. These Awesome Yoga Poses is not only for toned arms but it gives you the beautiful abs. It means it’s a bonus for you with toned arms you’ll also get a well-shaped abdomen.
Yoga Poses for Stronger and Toned Arms
Side Plank Pose (Vasisthasana)
Side Plank Pose benefits for arms
- It improves your body balance along with stretches your wrists.
- It stretches your arms and makes your arms stronger by giving them well stress.
To know more: Side Plank Pose
Crane Pose (Bakasana)
Crane Pose also resembles a Crow so, most of the people called this Crane Pose. It comes under an intermediate level and not easy to perform. Practice this pose in the morning and try to hold this Asana for about 30 to 60 seconds.
Crane Pose Benefits to the Arms
- Maintaining your balance your hands is not an easy game. When you perform Bakasana directly triggers your wrists, forearms, and arms. You feel the huge pressure on your hands.
- This pressure or stress is beneficial for your arms, forearms, shoulders, and wrists especially.
Points to Remember
Bakasana needs hard practice in the supervision of an expert one. In case of wrist injury strictly avoid this Pose.
For steps and other benefits: Crane Pose
Four-Limbed Staff Pose (Chaturanga Dandasana)
Four-Limbed Staff Pose is generally a low plank and uses your four limbs of the body thus it named so. Chaturanga Dandasana is very suitable for beginners who love to gain strong arms with beautiful abs. You can say that it is the pose with double benefits. Coz it works on your both (hands & abdomen).
- Four-Limbed staff pose strengthens wrists and arms.
- You get handsome abs because it produces core stability and prepares you for more challenging arm balances poses.
Want to know more: Four-Limbed Staff Pose
Peacock Pose (Mayurasana)
- You have to maintain the balance and your whole body weight on your hands.
- By this, you’ll definitely get stronger wrists, elbows, arms.
- Peacock pose is not only toned your hands but it works on your core muscles also.
Know the whole procedure of Mayurasana
Wheel Pose (Chakrasana)
Wheel pose is an intense Asana to perform. It demands strong hands, legs with a flexible back. Perform this Asana when you are confident and comfortable with intermediate level Asana. It comes under the intermediate/Advanced Pose. Full wheel pose is very difficult to perform, so it’s an advice to perform its basic version.
- Wheel pose benefits your whole body.
- Makes your arms, wrists and awesome for triceps. It stretches and strengthens your legs.
- Opens up your chest and burn your tummy fat.
- It also tones and shaped your hips if performed in a correct way.
Want to know its steps: Wheel Pose
Dolphin Pose (Ardha Pincha Mayurasana)
Dolphin Pose is inversion pose and when you perform Ardha Pincha Mayurasana your body looks like reverse ‘V’. Ardha Pincha Mayurasana is best for beginners.
- Dolphin pose stretches your shoulders along with toned your arms.
- It keeps your bones strong as well as Dolphin Pose also opens your chest.
Steps and other benefits: Dolphin Pose
Scale Pose (Tulasana)
Tula means measuring Scale and it is the best arm balancing pose. Awesome arm balancing poses for beginners or also for advanced practitioners.
- Scale pose makes your wrists, arms along with upper body stronger.
- Your shoulder gets strengths from Scale pose. Develops the sense of balance in you.
- Scale pose soothes your mind and relaxes your muscles.
To know More about Tulasana
Eight-Angle Pose (Astavakrasana)
Eight-Angle Pose is dedicated to great Sage “Astavakra” having a curved body in eight places. Asta means eight, and during the performance, your eight body parts are involved. Eight-Angle Pose is an intense Pose and refers to an advanced level.
It improves blood circulation in your body. Eight-Angle Pose directly strengthens your wrists, arms, and shoulder.
Want to know its procedure: Eight-Angle Pose
Lotus in Peacock Pose (Padma Mayurasana)
It is the awesome combo of Lotus pose and Peacock pose. It means you’ll gain double benefits from Padma Mayurasana. Lotus in Peacock pose is an arm balancing pose and comes under the intermediate level.
- As an arm balancing pose, there is no doubt that, it strengthens your wrists and arms. Padma Mayurasana also corrects your skin related Problems.
know more about Lotus in Peacock Pose
In case of knee and wrist injury, we advise not to perform this Pose. If you are comfortable with Padmasana or you can easily bend your knees, then perform otherwise leave it. There is more challenging as well as advanced level poses (Full handstand, Vrschikasana or Scorpion pose) that toned your arm muscles. But first practice above mentioned Asana which is specially designed for toning muscles. Once you are master in these Poses then go for more challenging Asana.
Some amazing facts
In the Gym, you have to lift weight for shaping your body. That needs lots of strength, different diet, Protein shakes, and supplements. Also, you have to lose your pocket by spending a huge amount of bugs. When gym season ends you are totally exhausted by your body and mind.
On the other hand, if we talking about Yogic activities. It needs your dedication, time and your trust. Yoga never demands supplements and there is no need for lifting a weight. When you end your Yoga season you feel energetic, more relaxed with a calm mind. Means it’s opposite to gym.
Here we are not criticizing gym; both are good for your health. It’s your choice and depends on your physical needs. Both Gym & Yoga demands your time, constantly practice and full attention.
Whatever you choose (in between Gym or Yoga), just honest with yourself regarding practice.