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The Science of Yoga – William J Broad
Yoga Fitness for Men – Dean Pohlman (<- That’s me.)
Yes! Yoga has been proven to help you lose weight, as long as you are doing it in a way that helps you to build strength. That being said, everybody is different, and depending on your genetics, stress, and many other factors, results vary from person to person. It should also be noted that not all yoga is the same, but Man Flow Yoga has been proven to help you lose weight and build muscle, because of its strength-focused approach to yoga. For best weight loss results, a yoga for weight loss program should be combined with (1) healthy eating (diet), (2) high-quality sleep (usually 8 hours per night), (3) consistent stress management, and (4) certain supplementary exercises, like cardio and strength training. Doing yoga regularly helps you to be more mindful of your health and your fitness, and it should help you lose weight if you also improve your diet and sleep.
I can’t speak for all yoga workouts, but Man Flow Yoga workouts with a 4 out of 5 or higher have been proven to burn 700-800 calories in just one hour. This all depends on the amount of focus you put into the exercises. If you are doing the postures passively, you probably won’t burn 800 calories in one hour. But if you’re doing them actively and follow along to the instructions, you will burn a high amount of calories – especially when compared to a typical yoga class.