In recent years, as yoga has become more and more popular, many people have discovered that yoga is more of a way of life than “wellness”. Regardless of gender and age, we can all reap physical and mental pleasure through yoga.
Maybe, you have tried to practice yoga, but because of the flexibility, flexibility is not enough, think those asanas are too difficult, and give up.
Maybe, although you tried yoga, you always feel that you don’t sweat, or burn fat after practicing.
Experience their own progress, it is better to go to the gym to sweat.
Maybe, you are a guy, who thinks yoga is low intensity, does not think yoga can grow stronger, and think the yoga feminization label is serious.
In fact, if you think about it differently, you may find that yoga has more meaning for our body and mind.
1. Improve mobility, joint health, and adaptability to various “challenges”
Through the scientific practice of yoga, you can greatly improve your flexibility and joint health. Whether it’s climbing stairs, lifting heavy objects, going for a run, lifting iron, or HIIT, flexibility and joint health are essential to make our bodies better able to cope with various situations and help you go further on the road to growing your strength.
2. Improved mental state and more inner strength
Meditation and breathing in yoga can help improve mental state. A regular yoga practice can help build inner peace, strengthen body awareness, reduce chronic stress, and allow us to be more focused. Especially during the epidemic, it is recommended that we take time to try yoga at home. In addition to relaxing the body, we may also reap the benefits of a calmer inner being.
3. Relieve chronic pain and improve quality of life
Whether young or middle-aged, we are more or less troubled by some chronic pain due to our daily living habits or some injury or disease problems, which even seriously affect the quality of daily life. And a regular practice of yoga can effectively reduce pain and restore energy. A study at Cornell University showed that older women with chronic pain experienced pain relief and improved energy and ability to live through twice-weekly flow yoga and restorative yoga classes.
In many people’s eyes, the criteria for judging an exercise is: Will it help me lose weight? How much weight can I lose? How fast will it work? If you can try to let go of the idea of “quick and effective,” You may find that Exercise is no longer just a boring repetition.
Sink your mind into yoga and really get to know yourself. to create a mind-body connection. See your body as your intimate partner.
No matter what your level of flexibility and strength is. you can get to know your body better through the practice of yoga. Become more aware of your body. Become more aware of your muscular power. gain a sense of accomplishment and at the same time, You will gain a sense of accomplishment and at the same time stimulate your own potential.