Impact of Physical fitness and Yoga
an established link between your body and your mental attitude and a better
mental health will certainly lead to your better physical health. Many
of the western psychologists have also analysed and concluded the link
between ones mind and body. ______________________________________________________________
Yoga, when practiced in a systematic way will help you in releasing blocked tension and energy from your body, and help your muscles, tendons, joints, ligaments, and all other components work to their utmost potential. Nature, or rather the creator, has programmed you to be flexible and agile and expect you to use your potentials optimally.
Stiffness and lack of mobility only arrive when the body is unhealthy or out of alignment. Yoga aims in your getting back your lost agility and other original beneficial aspects for leading a healthy life.
Therefore, a majority of the population have decided to take a class on yoga or started doing yoga on a yoga mat at home in front of a Yoga video or DVD, with the hopes of improving their physical health. If you are not an exception and decided to take up yoga seriously, then keep reading!
Yoga always comes with proven physical benefits, which include:
Enhanced emotional strength and increased flexibility
Alleviation of muscle pain and pain in joints
Better and stronger immune system
Enhanced lung capacity resulting in higher quality respiration
Increased metabolism (which can help in weight management!)
Peaceful and restful sleep (especially due to improved breathing and a more oxygenated body)
Your muscles tend to go flaccid and weak over a period of time and yoga, because of its toning and rejuvenating effects, helps you to get back your healthy muscles. Yoga, though it does have an approach towards your mental capabilities, you can cannot deny or ignore the beneficial effects of yoga on your physical health.
If you aspire
for a strain free gardening work or shoveling the snow that has got collected
in your driveway or for maintaining your body weight within the desirable
limit, then yoga is the viable alternative. Yoga has also not failed in
rejuvenating the corporate executives whose life style demands more energy
for coping with the stress and busy life.