Are you new to yoga? Or a long-time practitioner of it? It doesn’t really matter if you just want to begin your journey in this thousand years old practice or you are already a veteran. Yoga has originated originally in India thousand years ago and it was related to religion and spiritual practice. Today’s yoga has become a popular practice that gives a lot of physical advantages but not so much for the spiritual benefits. Almost everyone can take a yoga class at a yoga studio, your local gym, or even practicing it from the privacy of your own home with a personal instructor or even a self-learn guides or videos that are available on the internet now.
Regular exercise is the key to healthy muscles, bones, and body systems. Physical training plays an essential role in anti-aging stress-busting. people who exercise report better moods and more energy than those who don’t, and they suffer less insomnia and stress-related symptoms. And at this time of changing body shape, exercise bolsters self-confidence as you see muscles become toned, posture lift, stamina, flexibility, and range of motion increase.
Exercise also keeps the brain functioning in a youthful way, by boosting circulation and right-left brain coordination. Mentally challenging activities, from bridge to Sudoku, keep the memory sharp and build connections between brain cells that help keep your reasoning sharp.
By strengthening muscles and bones as the body ages, exercise sustains good posture, bone density, and joint mobility, which in turn keeps you active and able to
exercise—a positive spiral. And by boosting the efficiency of the cardiovascular system (heart and lungs), exercise helps every part of the body function efficiently.
So How often to exercise !?
Aim for at least 30 minutes of moderate physical activity most days of the week (at least five). prevent weight gain, you might need to boost that time slot to 60 minutes. Two of those sessions should ncorporate weight training
Tip: Exercise outdoors, Amazing !:
It can be joyous to exercise outdoors—a boost for spirit as well as body. The feel-good buzz after exercising in nature leaves you feeling exhilarated, yet grounded and calm. Whenever possible, find an excuse to walk a clifftop path, go jogging at dawn, swim in the ocean, or practice yoga in the yard (upwardfacing poses take on another dimension when you stare at the sky). Find a t’ai chi class that practices regularly in a park: gain courage from numbers.
Try to make it as Four-stage workout ! :
For an effective workout make sure your exercise sessions include four main elements: a gentle warm-up followed by aerobic or cardiovascular exercise to work the To heart and lungs, weight-bearing exercises to strengthen muscles and bones, and finally a cool down stretch and relaxation.
Being Active is going to help you lose weight, and not gaining anymore fat in your body & it is going to tone your muscles and keep you feeling young and active.
Enjoy! Stay Young, Fit, Healthy &Hot ….
This was originally posted on DannySaba.com
Exercises can truly save your life, this is just a small motivation for you to do your workouts and chin ups ! … even this is a funny motivation but it is true from the health point of view!
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How about 10 very short and small tips for a better health and fit body !? .. Yes it’s true !
Less Alcohol, More Tea
Less Meat, More Vegetables
Less Salt, More Vinegar
Less Sugar, More Furits
Less Eating, More Chewing
Less Words, More Action
Less Greed, More Giving
Less Worry, More Sleep
Less Driving, More Walking
Less Anger, More Laughing
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