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Best Health Tricks Provided By Honey And Garlic

The increasing consumerism has made us victims to unnecessary health defaults in an inevitable way. People take recourse to several health-related tips and tricks with the simple motive to live a bit longer and healthier. There is hardly any man on earth who would want to be diagnosed with major deficiencies.


Considering the increasing demand, lesser supply, and increasing the price of medicines, it is best to be safe than sorry. Homemade remedies passed down through generations are not simply stories. They are intrinsically valuable and help the body to function efficiently.  With a hundred percent natural guarantee, one hardly needs to bother about its side-effects.

This article would try to focus on the health benefits provided by our kitchen essentials, garlic, and honey. Doctors and nutritionists recommend the consumption of raw garlic every day in order to get rid of several ailments. Honey, as usual, has anti-cold benefits. Consuming garlic and honey increases the body’s metabo…

9 Workouts That Can Reward You With a Slim Waist

A wiggly, jiggly belly is easy to get but it takes some time to get rid of it. Luckily, there are effective ways available that will help you to solve this problem like crunches, planks, and twisting! They focus on your abs and obliques, are easy to perform, and they don’t need any special equipment or even require you to go to the gym. Everything that separates you from your dream stomach is just 30 minutes of exercise daily!

1. Heel touchers


Heel touchers are great to work your abdominals and obliques out.

Initial position: Lie on your yoga mat, bend your knees and place your legs apart slightly wider than shoulder width. Extend your arms with the palms facing in.

What to do:
  • Exhale and crunch your torso to the left to touch your left heel with the fingers of your left hand. Hold this position for a second.
  • Slowly return to the initial position and Inhale.
  • Do the same with your right side.
  • Repeat 30 times.
2. Oblique “V” crunch


This exercise burns fat from your obliques.

Initial position: Get your yoga mat and lie there on your right side. Pile your legs on top of each other and put your left hand behind your head.

What to do:
  • Raise your straight legs off the floor and bring your torso toward the legs, forming a “V” shape.
  • Support yourself with your right hand.
  • Slowly lower yourself back to the yoga mat.
  • Repeat 8 times for each side.
3. Triangle crunch


The triangle crunch is another great exercise to work your obliques out.

Initial position: Kneel on your right knee and place your right hand on the yoga mat. Extend your left leg and place your left hand behind your head.

What to do:
  • Bring your left leg to the left elbow and crunch.
  • Hold the position for a second and slowly return, but don’t extend your left leg completely. Hold it up in the air.
  • Repeat 30 times for each side.
4. Ordinary forearm plank


The forearm plank is a core body exercise that gives you a flat belly.

What to do:
  • Place your forearms on the yoga mat and align the elbows below the shoulders. Your arms should be parallel to the body at about shoulder-width distance.
  • Correct your neck and spine by looking at one spot on the floor somewhere about 30 centimeters before your hands.
  • Pay attention so that your head is in line with your back.
  • Hold the position for 20 seconds.
5. Starfish crunch


Starfish crunch is perfect for sculpting your core.

Initial position: Lie on the yoga mat and extend your legs and hands, making an “X” position.

What to do:
  • Lift the shoulders, a part of your upper body, and your legs off the ground and make your elbows meet your knees. Engage your core to come up.
  • Hold the position for a second and then slowly come back to the initial position.
  • Repeat 20 times.


6. Standing cross-crunches


Standing cross-crunches focuses on your abs, obliques and hip flexors. Not only does it help to achieve a flat belly, but it also helps to burn fat thighs.

Initial position: Stand on your yoga mat with feet hip-width apart and place your hands behind your head.

What to do:
  • Bend your left hand and move the knee toward the right elbow.
  • While doing this, rotate your torso and make your knee and elbow meet.
  • Get back to the initial position and repeat it on the other side.
  • Repeat 30 times.
7. Side jackknives


Side jackknives (standing criss-cross crunches) work out your abs, obliques, glutes and hip flexors.

Initial position: Lie on your right side on the yoga mat. Stack your feet.

What to do:
  • Place your left hand on the side and put your left arm behind your head (the elbow should point toward the ceiling).
  • Focus your tension on the obliques and bring your feet up. At the same time, raise your upper body leading with the left elbow.
  • Hold the position for a second and slowly return to the initial position. Don’t let your feet and shoulders touch the yoga mat!
  • Repeat 15 times for both sides.


8. Windshield wipers


Windshield wipers exercise and sculpt your abs, obliques, and lower back.

Initial position: Lie on your back on a yoga mat and put your arms straight to the sides for support. Left your legs and bend your knees at a 90-degree angle.

What to do:
  • Rotate your legs to your left side, but don’t let them touch the floor.
  • Hold this position for a couple of seconds, then slowly return to the initial position.
  • Repeat the same with your right side.
  • Repeat 30 times.
9. Bend and kick


Bend and kick (donkey kick) is an amazing exercise to sculpt your abs and glutes and strengthen your spine.

The initial position: Get on all fours on your yoga mat. Hands need to be flat on the ground and in line with your shoulders.

What to do:
  • Brace your core, raise your right leg up (with your knee bent and your foot flat) and then make a kicking motion.
  • Use your glute to make the “kicking” move directly towards the ceiling. Make sure your pelvis and working hip stay pointed toward the ground.
  • To avoid injuring your neck, keep your head straight and face down.
  • Repeat 20 times for each leg.
Do you prefer exercising at home or at your local gym? Have you tried any of these exercises before? Which exercises did you like? Which ones seem hard to you?