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    Top 7 Tips to Make Your Workout More Effective

    Meditation and exercise help to promote your physical, psychological and emotional well being. It’s important to keep us away from stress, weight gain. Working out regularly lead to muscle inflammation, strain or sometimes pain. So it's very important to improvise your workout with some yoga for body and mind. Some stretches before or after the workout help the muscles to settle down from soaring.

    Many studies have shown that practicing yoga before or after the workout generally helps to relax the body and the mind by releasing urban stress and it promotes a feeling of peace and well-being.

    Meditation and yoga use breathing and mind exercises aimed at reducing heart rate, breathing and other signs of stress. Performing yoga before or after workout activates the release of endorphins and cortisol.

    7 Tips to Make Your Workout More Effective

    1.  Tadasana: 

     Stand with your heel flat, and make sure your heels should be slightly spread out and your toes should remain to put together. Then keep your palms slightly bend towards your body. Stretch your hands to the front and then bring your palms closer to one another, inhale and raise your folded hands above your head, stretching your spine. It would create an excessive advantage if do it by standing on your toes by lifting the ankles. Tadasana is a great way to improve your posture and it gives a proper stretch to your back.

    2.  Bhujangasana:

    Lie with your face down and spread your arms on the floor and then stretch your legs back and slowly lift your body and make sure your pubic and the legs stretch should form a straight line touching the floor. This pose has multiple benefits for your body, it strengthens the spine firms your buttocks and even helps you to relieve stress. 

    3.  Ustrasana:

    For this pose, you have to kneel on the floor and arch your back and then hold heels with your hands and try to hold this stretch. Ustrasana is a good stretch for your body; it stretches ankle, thighs, chest and most importantly abdomen. Moreover, it stimulates the organs of the abdomen.

    4.  Savanasana:

    Use your hands and legs to come on to the floor and lift your bottom to form a 90-degree angle with your body, so that it forms an upside down V shape. Savanasana helps to balance the body and work the abs additionally it helps to relieve stress and Mio depression while energizing the body.

    5.  Vasisthasana:

    Shift your left or right foot and touch your body according to your right or left side then raise the opposite arm in the air. Vasisthasana stretches your belly arms and legs and improves the sense of balance.

    6.  Paripurna Navasana:

    The initial positions of boat pose are lying on your back with the leg straight and then slowly lift your legs and body and stretch your arms by forming the sides of the boat. Paripurna Navasan will surely work on your abdominal muscles; it has a positive effect on your digestion and relieves stress.

    7.  Savasana:

    It’s a relaxation pose. Lie flat on the floor and place your legs comfortably apart and place your palms along the body comfortably, breathe slowly and try to focus on yourself and your body. Despite its simple appearance Savasana is believed to be the most difficult one. To do it correctly you need to be relaxing your body fully.

    By performing yoga before or after the workout not only it helps to stretch your muscles but also it keeps the nervous system relaxed. You must start practicing yoga to relieve unwanted accumulated energies in the body through breathing out process.

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