Yoga for Health
I have read lately the rise in interest of Yoga. Thankfully, Twitter can be such a genuine help considering that various ideas are sprung and shared on the go. It is wonderful to see this since my father introduced me to Yoga when I was only six years old. He stressed the idea and importance of calmness and building great inner strength. There are many ways to achieve this vital quality. Practicing Yoga is definitely one method towards achieving a strong core.
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As I grew older and due to my dad, I learned how to do Savasana, a method in relaxing each part of your body one step at a time. This is such an important exercise especially for those who do not have time to sleep. As my father would say, 10 minutes of Savasana (take your time if you need more time) replaces around an hour and a half or more of sleep. Sleep deprivation brings horrific results. You can lose appetite and become aggravated easier. So, it is important to learn about Savasana.
Lately, I have also noticed that Yoga experts are focusing on physical health in addition to inner peace. I like this very much, because building strength through inner drive is much more helpful, in my opinion, than working out in the gym seven days a week. Yoga can be done at home and does not require a “No Pain, No Gain” attitude. Yoga has many varieties of practices, not limited to the usual Meditation many people preach about. Don’t get me wrong, I am not knocking Meditation, but Meditation alone will not build your abs or build a flexible body shape. Meditation is wonderful for the brain and relaxing yourself will be a good pre-workout. For instance, starting with Savasana will be a perfect pre-workout exercise.
There are a variety of Yoga poses that can build core strength. Because your body focuses on doing things calmly, your muscles will not erupt but will elongate. An important reason to take your time in exercise is the fact that you will not stress your heart, knees, hip, back, and many other parts of your body. Quick body-building movements, which are definitely not a professional way of doing things, will only make your body static like a book shelf and not flexible. You will completely aggravate your core and will eventually have some kind of injury. This is not the purpose of exercise. You need to slowly build up your inner strength and your physical being to last longer and help humanity.
Whichever method you choose to better your life, keep Yoga in mind. It has the ability to bring calmness with physical strength. Don’t forget, your health is a vital part of your existence. Do not force your body to feel pain. When you will get older, what was tolerable pain before will be an excruciating existence in the future. This is not what anyone wants in your family and friends.
Here is a Savasana YouTube Video by Ellie Aaron. I really liked her calm effort and gradual explanation of this important pose. Creating a YouTube video for beginners really made me happy. She is trying to help people through her work.
This video program, Yoga Burn For Women created by Zoey Bray-Cotton, can help both Men and Women achieve physical strength and an elongated body. I was really impressed by how the video was created. Helping people achieve strength at home is vital if you want to save money by not paying for a gym. Don’t get me wrong, the gym can definitely be an important part to gaining strength and socializing. I do not want to dissuade anyone from working out. But, in my case, I do not own a membership to a gym and feel good about my health. My knees do not hurt and adding Coconut water has helped me add potassium to my body. Zoey’s Yoga Burn For Women focuses on women for the most part, but you can definitely use similar, if not exact, motions to build a great core. Combining the YouTube video with this program will give a complete training program. What is also great is that you can do your own research and study through YouTube videos and take out books from the library. Whichever method you choose, enjoy yourself and stay healthy.
The picture below has the link with information about Zoey Bray-Cotton’s Yoga Burn For Women