Try Practicing suryanamaskar
Try Practicing suryanamaskar, in the early morning, as the morning and evening sun radiate more ultraviolet rays. Even in the west, doctors are using the rays of the sun as a powerful therapeutic agent in the treatment of diseases. They call it helio-therapy. Suryanamaskar is combined process of yoga asana and breathing. It reduces abdominal fat, gives flexibility to the spine and limbs and increases the breathing capacity. There are twelve spinal positions, each stretching various ligaments and giving different movements to the verbal column, which is bent forward and backward alternatively with deep breathing.
The tradition of yoga associates the belly with the first three of seven chakras arising along the body’s core. These chakras are muladhara at the base of the spine, linked with the sacral nerve plexus; swadhisthana, associated with the reproductive organs and linked with the parastatic nerve plexus; and manipura at the navel, linked with the solar plexus.
The most important thing you need to do is to program yourself mentally. Don’t use a scale to measure your progress. Follow a healthy low fat diet.