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Health / Re: Everything about Aerobics
« on: Today at 04:22:46 AM »
Terms and Definitions Used in Aerobic Exercise

Let's learn some terms and definitions used in aerobics.

1. Aerobic Fitness: It is the capacity to take in, transport and use the oxygen in the body. The word aerobic basically means in the presence of oxygen.

2. Aerobic Exercise: It is any activity that uses large muscle groups, can be maintained continuously, and is rhythmic in nature. Aerobic exercise intentionally overloads the oxygen transportation system so that the body adapts to the overload and becomes stronger.

3. Aerobic Training: It is a form of exercise which is aerobic in nature and helps to improve aerobic fitness by overloading the oxygen transportation system so that it adapts to the additional work load.

4. Oxygen Deficit: It is the term used when the intake of oxygen in the body doesn't immediately meet its demands.

5. Oxygen Steady State: It's a state when the immediate supply of oxygen meets the demand.

6. Oxygen Debt: This situation occurs when you stop exercising (the recovery phase after exercise) and your requirement of oxygen begins to decrease, but you keep inhaling oxygen at a higher rate as the body has not adapted to a lower activity state. The additional oxygen uptake is called the oxygen debt.

7. VO2 Max: VO2 Max is a measure of fitness. The fitter a muscle, the more oxygen it draws from the blood. This is made possible by increased myoglobin, which is the muscles' oxygen storing protein. A fitter person is able to store more oxygen from the air. Exercise increases cardiovascular fitness which results in more blood and oxygen going to the muscles with every heart beat. VO2 Max is a measure of how much oxygen is consumed by a person during exercise per minute. This is done by asking the athlete to wear a mask so that the amount of oxygen used per minute during exercise can be calculated.

Arteriovenous Oxygen Difference (VO2 Difference)
It is a measure of the amount of oxygen consumed by the muscles. It is the difference in the oxygen content of the blood in the arteries and in the veins. While at rest, about 25% oxygen is utilized, but this can increase to 80% during exercise.

8. Aerobic Power: It refers to an individual's maximum oxygen consumption (in liters) divided by the individual's body weight in kilograms. The resulting value is expressed in milliliters of O2 per kilogram of body weight per minute. This method of determining aerobic fitness is very popular as it takes into account the body weight of the individual while measuring aerobic fitness.

9. Aerobic Maintenance: It refers to the amount of aerobic exercise that must be performed to sustain a certain level of aerobic fitness. Aerobic maintenance usually requires aerobic exercise 2-3 times a week at the same level of intensity as being carried out earlier. A 25-30 minute aerobic exercise session at full intensity is enough to achieve maintenance.

10. Aerobic Training Threshold: It is the minimum level of intensity (heart rate) that must be exceeded if significant changes in aerobic fitness are to result. The training threshold increases with aerobic fitness.

11. Anaerobic Threshold: It is the upper limit of the training intensity beyond which there is no positive effect on the aerobic fitness level of an individual. This occurs when exercise is carried on for very long periods and it becomes anaerobic in nature and does not provide aerobic benefits to the body.

12. Aerobic Training Zone: It is the range of training intensity that will produce an improvement in the level of aerobic fitness. This zone lies between the minimum level of intensity and the maximum possible before you no longer improve aerobically.

13. Aerobic Training Adjustments: It refers to the adjustments made by the body to the aerobic demand made upon it. The major impact is on the heart and the lungs. Due to the additional cardiovascular requirements, aerobic fitness leads beneficial changes in the body such as:

- A stronger heart with more pumping capacity.

- A larger heart with thicker walls.

- Better developed lungs with more capacity to absorb oxygen and more surface area to absorb oxygen from the air.

- Lower breathing rate and pumping of more blood around the body.

14. Aerobic Over Training: It refers to the condition when additional aerobic exercise has no benefit for the body and can lead to illness or injury.

15. Exercise Intensity: It refers to how hard you are exercising and determines the number of calories which are being expended and the amount of energy and oxygen required by the body to carry on the exercise.

16. A MET: It is a multiple of your resting metabolic rate and is used as a measurement to refer to the ratio between the energy demands for an exercise to the energy demands of the body at rest. For example if you exercise at the 4-MET level, your body is using 4 times the amount of energy it would use at rest.

17. Exercise Duration: It refers to how long you exercise. It can be expressed in terms of time, distance or even calories expended.

18. Aerobic Exercise Prescription: It refers to the fact that for achieving aerobic improvement, the correct intensity of aerobic exercise is the key. It is important for the aerobic instructor to understand that a proper aerobic program must be implemented which takes into account the following two things:a) Minimum Intensity: The body will benefit aerobically only if the intensity of the aerobic exercise is within the training zone. This lies between 55% and 85% of the maximum heart rate. b) Maximum Intensity: If the exercise is too intense, it could become anaerobic in nature.

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Health / Re: Everything about Aerobics
« on: February 23, 2021, 04:53:24 AM »
An Aerobic Exercise Theory

Here comes an aerobic exercise theory.

Aerobic exercise is any activity that uses large muscle groups, can be maintained continuously, and is rhythmic in nature. The basic idea behind aerobic exercise is to overload the heart and the lungs as well as to have an elevated heart rate for a continuous period of time. This helps to strengthen the cardiovascular system (also called the aerobic system). The cardiovascular system has the responsibility of bringing oxygen into the body, muscles and various organs, as well as removal of the waste products of the body such as carbon dioxide and metabolic waste. An efficient cardiovascular system can clean the body of waste materials faster and helps the body to remain healthier.

The cardiovascular system itself consists of the following components:

1. Blood (the medium for exchanging oxygen and nutrients for waste products in the body).

2. The blood vessels (the pipes through which the blood flows).

3. The heart (the pump which forces blood to flow through the blood vessels). The blood contains red blood cells that carry oxygen and supply it to the tissues and muscles. The blood also clears the body of waste. Therefore the maintenance of the cardiovascular system forms the basis of aerobic exercise.

4. The lungs (the organs which help to absorb oxygen into the blood stream).
 
Advantages of Aerobic Exercise

1. Aerobics for weight loss: Aerobic exercise helps in burning body fat. Aerobic exercise can help an individual burn over 1000 calories per session. A combination of aerobic exercise and planned sports nutrition is one of the best ways to lose weight without having to diet.

2. Aerobics leads to a healthier life: Aerobics help one to lead a longer and healthier life. Aerobic exercise has the effect of strengthening the cardiovascular system and the heart pump which keeps a person more energetic and away from disease.

3. Aerobics keep a person full of energy: Apart from cardiovascular strengthening, aerobics help to tighten up the muscles and keep a person full of energy.

4. Aerobics help to reduce depression: One of the advantages of aerobic exercise that is often overlooked is that it has a beneficial effect on the brain and greatly improves the mood. Aerobics are a good way of keeping away from depression and have even been termed a natural anti-depressant due to the release of chemical compounds in the brain called endorphins which give an individual a great feeling after exercise. It has been observed that as few as 15 to 20 minutes of aerobic exercise can help relieve depression.

5. Aerobics lead to a healthier heart: Aerobic exercise reduces the chance of heart disease in an individual, and reduces the bad cholesterol as well as the blood pressure of the individual. Aerobic exercise helps to increase the HDL (good cholesterol) in the body.

6. Aerobics keep one away from disease: Aerobic exercise provides all round benefits for the body and keeps an individual away from dangerous diseases such as colon cancer, diabetes and breast cancer, etc.

7. Aerobics provide many other benefits: Aerobics provide other benefits to an individual such as better sleep, better self image, sharper mental response, better memory and greater enthusiasm for life.

And as you know -- Disclaimer -- The information contained in the thread here is solely for educational purposes on the given subject. It should not be considered a medical advice nor should it be used as a substitute for medical advice and expertise of a physician, physiotherapist or a dietitian. :)

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Health / Re: Everything about Yoga
« on: February 23, 2021, 03:21:14 AM »
Stress and Yoga

I don't like stress.  :( I'm sensitive.

Read about it and decide by yourself.

What is stress?

We all know that stress is agonizing, but it’s even more perplexing. It hits without being seen and it hurts without giving any wound. Something is wrong! This is the feeling that haunts one when he is under stress. Stress is a distressing state of mind, which builds up a kind of trauma in one’s psyche. It gives a stuffy feeling and quite amazingly, this stuffy feeling emanates from a sense of nothingness. Stress bogs down one’s mind in such a way that all the world perceived to be a bountiful one till the other day, suddenly seems to have come to a naught.
 
Why and how stress happens?

There can be whole hosts of whys, whens, wheres, and hows about stress and one can write long dreary dissertations on it. But, the bottom line is that when someone feels something is wrong and this exasperating feeling boggles his mind persistently, it’s called stress. Stress can come in startling forms. Something as trifle as not being able to find one’s favorite shirt in the wardrobe to as terrible as the death of a near and dear one can lead to stress.
 
Is stress a disease?

Stress is not a disease in itself, but it’s an appalling condition that gives birth to several diseases. That’s why stress is even more deadly than a disease. Stress is like a goods train that carries huge amounts of goods in its long chain of wagons. These goods come in the form of deadly syndromes such as depression, high blood pressure, headache, migraine, nervous breakdown, indigestion, insomnia, nausea, weak immune system, muscle tension, menstrual disorders, fear, anger, panic, anxiety, restlessness, ulcers, weight problems, heart diseases, heart attack, and even death.
 
How stress hurts?

Our mind and body are in sync with each other. The body responds to the signals from the mind. If these signals exude depressed feelings and murky emotions, the body will reciprocate in the same gloomy manner. This means that the body also will feel depressed and dejected. If the body keeps getting such murky signals over a period of time, different kinds of diseases and ailments grip it. Thus, stress makes one sick both mentally and physically. Furthermore, it’s easier to cure different physical ailments and diseases, but it’s an arduous task to treat someone’s mental condition. Doctors can prescribe certain medicines for a physical ailment or even do a surgery on an affected organ. But, they can’t do the same with the mind. They can apprise one of the various ways and means to avoid or alleviate stress. But, ultimately it all boils down to an individual on how he manages his mind and how he manages stress.
 
How to manage stress?

The best way to manage stress is not to have it at all. But, it sounds impossible. The ways of the world have changed and so have the people. The age of idyllic pastoral life has gone by, perhaps never to come again. It’s an age of speed, competition, aggression, fights, kicks, struggles, violence, and spiraling expectations. Everyone becomes the target of one or more of such obnoxious factors at some point or the other. But, it does not mean that stress is irrepressible and invincible. There are ways and means not just to deal with it, but to actually conquer it. One of the best ways to ward-off the perilous stress is Pranayama.

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Health / Re: Everything about Yoga
« on: February 22, 2021, 02:30:56 PM »
Yoga's Dos and Don'ts
 
It's up to you to decide which are right and okay.

1. Practice yoga under the supervision of a well-trained guide.
2. Do it empty stomach. If feeling very hungry, take a cup of milk, tea, and coffee, etc. but no meals please. And, if you had one, make sure that you exercise at least one hour after a light meal and at least three to four hours after a heavy meal.
3. Ensure that you have your bladder empty and bowels evacuated before practicing Yoga.
4. Take bath at least fifteen minutes after the exercises.
5. The best time to practice yoga is early morning or late evening.
6. Wear clothes you feel comfortable in.
7. Choose a quiet, clean, and well-ventilated place.
8. Make sure that the floor is leveled.
9. Do not practice under the influence of alcohol, drugs, etc.
10. Keep your breathing relaxed all the time during the yoga exercises.
11. Follow the breathing instructions and techniques.
12. Breathe via nose and not via mouth.
13. Yoga is not just about body, so put your heart and soul in it, and don’t let your concentration waver.
14. Use yoga props like mats, blankets, straps, blocks, cushions, etc.
15. Pregnant women, patients, and lactating mothers should consult their doctor and yoga guide before doing any exercise.
16. Women should be careful during their menstrual cycles as some of the asanas and movements might cause them more harm than good.
17. Take a 30 minutes break before doing other types of physical exercises.
18. Listen to your body. Do what it permits.
19. Be innovative and try new asanas and pranayamas to avoid monotony.
20. No jerks. No haste. Do everything with the right technique.
21. No half measures. No casual approach. Go the whole hog for it.
22. Make yoga a way of life.

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Health / Re: Everything about Aerobics
« on: February 22, 2021, 06:01:46 AM »
If you want to learn about Weight Training and Body Building, take a look. It's somehow related to this topic.

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Health / Weight Training and Body Building
« on: February 22, 2021, 05:42:13 AM »

Weight Training and Body Building


Useful information for all of the body building oriented and weight training interested people.

Weight training is a form of exercise where the body is subjected to increasing amounts of resistance in the form of weights. The body has to work against gravity and in the process adapts itself and becomes stronger. With weight training, the size of the muscles increases due to the adapting of the body to increasing amounts of load. The increased muscles lead to more strength, and hence more load bearing ability of the body. Weight training can go further in the form of body building which is a sport and art form, as one has to work hard to develop all the muscle groups and then skillfully and artistically display the muscles on the stage.

The muscles are composed of fibers. When a person lifts weights, the muscle fibers tire out and recruit new muscle fibers. This, however, happens only when the weight training is adequate enough, and the muscles tire out adequately. For this to happen, the weight trainee must lift weights in sets of 8-15 repetitions (depending on the exercise) making sure that the trainee does each set to failure. What this means is that the trainee should adjust the amount of weight so that he can only accomplish 8-15 repetitions in each set, and does not have the strength to go beyond this amount of repetitions.

Keep the following points in mind while commencing a weight training program:

1. Weights must be lifted in 8-12 repetitions per set for the upper body and 12-15 repetitions per set for the lower body.

2. Each set must be carried out to failure.

3. Muscle groups exercised on a particular day should be rested on the next day since muscles need time to grow.

4. The amount of weight should be progressively increased so that each set is completed to failure. The amount of weight you lift i.e. how hard you push your muscles in a training session is referred to as the intensity of the training. Cardiovascular endurance is the limiting factor in increasing the weight training intensity since the body must have the capacity to supply enough oxygen to the muscles.

5. You must progressively increase the intensity of the exercise as you work along your weight training program. You can increase the intensity by increasing the load, or by doing the sets faster and cutting down the period of rest between sets. The stronger you become, the more intensity of exercise will be required to make a difference to the muscles. Some ways to increase the intensity of the weight training workout are:

a) Supersets: Where you group two exercises together for opposing muscle groups.

b) Tri-sets: Where you do three exercises for a muscle group without a pause.

c) Giant Sets: Where you do 4-6 exercises of a muscle group with little or no rest.

d) Descending Sets: You can reduce the weights within a set by removing plates. This can help to increase the overall intensity of the set since you will be able to maximize your lifting potential during each set.

e) Forced Reps: When you cannot do any more reps, ask an attendant to help you a little so you can do a few extra reps.

f) Partial Reps: You can do some reps without the full range of motion to make them easier. This can be done when you cannot complete a full set of the normal reps.

6. Weights should be lifted through the longest range of possible motions for each exercise to engage the maximum number of muscle fibers.

Over Training and Pain:

In weight training, you must stop whenever you feel pain. This should not be confused with the burning sensation that you get when you are doing a lot of hard repetitions to full capacity. That burning feeling is due to the build up of lactic acid in the muscles and is different from injury. The burning is an indication that the muscles are working to full capacity and you can push them a little further - still trying to avoid injury. If you feel a pain that is not associated with the burning sensation, it is time to stop. It is better to call off the day's exercise plan than to run the risk of not exercising for a whole month if an injury takes place.

Over training is a phenomenon that is caused by over enthusiasm leading to excessive exercise. Over exercising can not only lead to injury and wear and tear but also to mental fatigue. It is one of the major reasons why people, especially youngsters, give up exercising after some time. Training should be done to the point that it is comfortable to the mind and the body. The saying "The more the better" does not always hold true while exercising. In case the muscles have been over fatigued, they usually recover after 48 hours of rest, which can be safely prescribed. If the problem seems to be a muscle tear, sprain or related to the bone, you must treat it as a sports injury and take further precautions.

Weight Training and Endurance:

Weight training helps to build the bodies muscular endurance i.e. the bodies ability to engage a large number of muscle fibers so as to complete several repetitions of the exercise. Weight training however improves the cardiovascular system along with the muscular endurance. This is essential since weight training leads to a build up of lactic acid in the muscles which can then be reprocessed into energy by the cardiovascular system. It is therefore a good idea to mix aerobic exercises with weight training exercises so that the bodies cardiovascular system also becomes stronger with the muscles.

Warming Up and Stretching

Warming up is essential before any form of exercise. The warming up process protects the body from injury and heats up the body besides supplying oxygenated blood to the various areas so as to prepare it for exercise. Warming up can take the form of light jogging, standing exercises and cycling, etc.

Repetitions and Sets (Reps and Sets)

Weight training exercises are always carried out in sets of exercises. A set comprises repetitions of an exercise. Five sets of any particular exercise are enough to stimulate the muscles. More than five sets could lead to over training injuries and should be avoided. Repetitions of a weight training exercise should be carried out to the point of failure (up to the level where you can go no further).

This should be accomplished with the correct amount of weight so that you can accomplish five sets to failure with the following amount of reps in each set:

First set, 15 reps
Second set, 10 reps
Third set, 8 reps
Fourth set, 6 reps
Fifth set, 6 reps


You must try to train at a steady pace. If you train too slowly, you will give the muscles too much time to recover (and they will not grow as fast), and if you train too fast, you can injure yourself and over-strain your cardiovascular system. The perfect rest period between sets is 1 minute. Remember to breathe out when you exert effort i.e. when your body exerts to lift a load. Never hold your breath during weight training as your blood pressure increases substantially while lifting the load and stopping your breath can take it even higher and to dangerous levels.



Disclaimer: The information contained in the post is solely for educational purposes on the given subject. It should not be considered a medical advice nor should it be used as a substitute for medical advice and expertise of a physician, physiotherapist or a dietitian.

 

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Health / Re: Everything about Aerobics
« on: February 22, 2021, 01:36:37 AM »
Aerobic and Anaerobic Physical Activity


There are two main types of physical activity - aerobic activity and anaerobic activity.

Anaerobic activity is defined as the activity undertaken without the presence of oxygen which cannot be sustained for long periods of time. This type of activity relies heavily on the fast twitch muscle fibers. Examples of anaerobic activity are weight lifting and sprinting. Such activities cannot be undertaken for long periods of time. This type of activity helps to build lean tissue and improves body composition. The anaerobic capacity test is a test that measures the ability of the body to undertake a short duration exercise of a very high intensity. The Wingate Cycle Test is commonly used to test anaerobic capacity.

Aerobic Fitness (cardiovascular fitness) is the ability of the body to perform exercise over an extended period of time in the presence of oxygen. This type of activity relies heavily on slow twitch muscle fibers and includes activities such as cycling and marathon running. This type of activity helps to increase red blood cells as well as make the heart stronger and abler to deliver blood to the various organs. In other words, it improves cardiovascular fitness.

A training program which combines cardiovascular fitness and muscular fitness allows more oxygenated blood to be delivered per beat and increases the myoglobin in the muscle so that it can take up larger amounts of oxygen, allowing more work to be done. This is an advantage of cross training.

Principles of Fitness

The following are the principles of fitness which are often referred to by good trainers while imparting instruction to the clients.

1. Principle of Specificity -- Developing a particular fitness component (such as cardio respiratory endurance) requires performance of exercises specifically designed for that component. A good exercise program includes exercises geared to each component, to different parts of the body, and to specific activities or sports.

2. Principle of Progressive Overload -- When the amount of exercise (or overload) is progressively increased, the body continues to adapt and fitness improves. As a basic rule, when an individual is able to perform a task without momentary failure, the load should be increased by about 5%.

a. The amount of overload for maximum benefit depends on the current level of fitness, fitness goals, and the component being developed.

b.There are three dimensions of overload.

(i) Frequency -- It refers to how often exercise should be performed. Cardio-­respiratory endurance requires 3 to 5 days per week of exercise, and 2 to 3 days per week is sufficient for resistance and flexibility training.

(ii) Intensity -- It refers to how difficult the exercise should be. Fitness benefits occur when exercise is more intense than a normal level of activity, such as lifting heavier weights or stretching farther than usual.

(iii) Duration -- It refers to how long the exercise is performed. Cardio-respiratory endurance requires at least 20-60 minutes of exercise; other components are usually measured in repetitions, such as 50 sit-ups. Intensity of the exercise affects duration. High intensity exercises should be done for shorter periods of time, and low intensity exercises should be done for longer periods. If you are not athletic, it is better to start with low intensity and long duration exercises to lessen the risk of injury.

3. Reversibility -- The benefits of fitness are reversible. Just as the body can adapt itself to higher levels of activity and become fitter, similarly it can adapt itself to lower levels of activity and become less fit. Training must be consistent in frequency, intensity, and duration to maintain fitness.

4. Individual Differences -- There are large differences in our ability to improve fitness and performance skills. Some of our ability is genetically predetermined, but for the average individual, adaptability is enough to achieve fitness goals.

5. Warm-up and Stretching -- Every exercise session should begin with a period of warming up and stretching of muscles. Not only does this serve to increase blood flow for improved delivery of nutrients and removal of wastes, but also improves the efficiency of muscle contraction. There is evidence that the ligaments and tendons also benefit and become more resistant to injury.

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UFO / The highest mountain on Mars
« on: February 22, 2021, 12:59:26 AM »

The highest mountain on Mars


Which is the highest Mars' mountain? The highest mountain on Mars is called Olympus Mons. It is also the highest mountain in the entire solar system. Olympus Mons is about three times higher than Mt. Everest. :o

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Health / Re: Everything about Yoga
« on: February 21, 2021, 03:36:21 AM »
Some statements about yoga. But 1. The disclaimer: The information contained in this post is solely for educational purposes on the given subject. It should not be considered a medical advice nor should it be used as a substitute for medical advice and expertise of a physician, physiotherapist or a dietitian. and 2. It's up to you to believe or not. I personally doubt some of these statements (for example the one about cancer), but I'll represent them here anyway.

What Yoga does?

Yoga does what nothing can. Yes, this is no exaggeration, just a fact. Yoga is the only system in the world that not only equips one with a sound mind, a peaceful spirit, and a healthy body, but also cures the whole gamut of life threatening diseases. Yoga in its truest sense, eggs us on to strive for the spiritual insight and harmony to realize our oneness with God. (And a very important reminder that there are no scientific evidences for any God's existence.)

However, in the modern era, yoga is reckoned more as a system of exercises that enables one to attain good health and to get rid of the notorious diseases. Unlike other forms and styles of exercises, yoga is not just the exercise of the body. It tones-up the mind as well. Yoga is mind, body, and spirit in symphony. (Also, remember that there are no scientific evidences for the existence any spirit or soul.) It is a great tranquilizer.

Over the years, people across the globe have realized that yoga can transform the physical, psychological, and spiritual aspects of their lives. Yoga has efficaciously apprised people of the significance of their physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being.

Why Yoga?

Yoga empowers the body and invigorates the soul (No scientific evidence for the existence of any souls.). The prime objective of yoga is to create a lilting harmony between the mind, body, and the spirit. Along with the outer body parts, yoga takes care of the inner organs as well. It has an uncanny quality of infusing peace and tranquility in our minds, both of which are fast diminishing from our lives.

Yoga’s Pranayamas and Asanas give all that one craves for -- a healthy body, an unperturbed mind, and a virtuous soul. No other form of exercise does so. That’s why people from the length and breadth of the world are moving towards yoga. According to a survey in the United States, more than 16 million Americans are into yoga. All this and a lot more that you will read further will make you say “Why not Yoga?” instead of “Why Yoga?”

Yoga kills Roga

Yoga is an out and out charismatic elixir for all the Rogas. Roga is a Sanskrit word, which means disease or ailment. Different forms of medical systems are still on hunt to fathom the real cause of different diseases and the ways and means to eliminate them. All such medical systems have done wonders as far as alleviating the pain or treating the disease is concerned. But, not one of them has the capability to eliminate the disease for once and for all.

These medical systems can only give the treatment. They are all about damage control. They only deal with the diseases. They don’t defeat them. Yoga is the only system on earth that not only defeats the diseases, but also kills them. It works on the body system in such a way that one would never get afflicted with any disease. But, if somebody already has one, it will slowly but surely kill that forever. No mercy! That’s the beauty and utility of yoga. That yoga can prevent and cure zillions of diseases and ailments is corroboration to the fact that it has some surreal attributes. These attributes emerge from yoga’s deft understanding of the mind and the body. (So the yogis never get ill?! Really?!)

Following are hordes of valid reasons that elucidate how Yoga kills Roga:

Yoga purifies the body and the mind.

Yoga increases self-control, self-discipline, and self-confidence.

Yoga improves the physical and mental health.

Yoga enables one to manage his body and mind well.

Yoga cures a wide array of diseases like diabetes, blood pressure, cancer, kidney and lung diseases, asthma, back pain, blood pressure, carpal tunnel syndrome, chronic fatigue, metabolic and endocrine imbalances, allergies, depression, diabetes, epilepsy, headaches, heart disease, multiple sclerosis, stress, Parkinson's disease, insomnia, arthritis, hernia, infertility, depression & anxiety. (So, is it "a wide array of diseases" or "cures the whole gamut of life threatening diseases"? In any case it sounds like a sort of panacea.)

Yoga strengthens the immune system.

Yoga’s key constituent Pranayama activates the parasympathetic nervous system.

Yoga takes one towards a healthy lifestyle.

Yoga enhances strength and stamina.

Yoga reduces stress and tension.

Yoga perks up the concentration power.

Yoga reduces fat, weight and alleviates weight related problem.

Yoga improves blood circulation.

Yoga decreases cholesterol.

Yoga decreases the pulse rate and the respiratory rate.

Yoga increases galvanic skin response (GSR), cardiovascular efficiency, respiratory efficiency, hemoglobin, and thyroxine.

Yoga improves posture, memory, and intelligence.

Well, I know it's special and healthy, but most of these statements sounds like an ad to me.  ;D

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« on: February 21, 2021, 01:56:21 AM »
To be moved to the "Free Ads". Next time spam = 100% ban.

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Health / Re: Everything about Aerobics
« on: February 18, 2021, 01:37:00 AM »
Something interesting about the aerobics. One characteristic that may take your career far is a sharing nature. It's often seen that professionals don't share their most secret tips and techniques with other people. If you're to become successful and do justice to the aerobics trainer profession, you must honestly impart your knowledge to the clients to the best of your ability.

Secondly, if you plan to start your own aerobics trainer business, it'll be a good idea to sharpen your selling skills. You must approach aerobics training as a profession and a business at the same time. You'll only get a couple of minutes to convince a prospective client once he/she is in front of you. These moments are crucial and you must say the right things at the right time by creating an effective sales pitch. So search for programs which will offer helpful tips on sharpening your selling skills and learn more about business. 8)

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Health / Re: Everything about Yoga
« on: February 17, 2021, 01:40:53 AM »
What characteristics will help one to become a good yoga instructor?
Usually the yoga instructor profession requires a lot of close interaction with clients several times a week. A good communication and interpersonal skills can greatly help, especially if one is running his/her own yoga instructor business. A pleasing and helpful nature will help to attract more clients as well as keep the existing clients happy and satisfied. People who are outgoing, good at motivating people, and sensitive to the needs of others make great yoga instructors. Excellent health and physical fitness are required due to the physical nature of the job. Not like some fat yoga instructors, for example.  ;D If you look fit and healthy, you can quickly drive home the point that you know your job well. Simply a look at your well chiseled body should greatly help the clients in making up their minds (and also gives you a reason to charge better rates). Because the simple logic is "If he/she did it often and he/she is so ill and/or obese, then the yoga is useless!"

Some of the characteristics and assets that a yoga instructor should have are:
 
1. A pleasing and helpful nature.

2. Good communication skills.

3. Selling skills (especially if one plans to run his/her own business).   

4. A fit looking body (excellent health and physical fitness which one should develop over time).   

5. Sensitive to the needs of others.   

6. A good listener.   

7. A responsible attitude towards the clients safety.   

8. Patience (one should be patient with the clients even if he/she has to repeat the exercises for them). 

9. A good understanding of the principles of yoga.

10. A sharing nature.

11. Ability to grasp new techniques and scientific concepts.

12. Having a soft, encouraging and relaxing voice.

Well, nobody is perfect. In case you want to be one of those yoga guys, you should know this: Even if you do not possess some of the above characteristics it doesn't mean that you can't become a good yoga instructor. You can slowly develop the required skills and characteristics on the job and over time by keeping your weaknesses and strengths in mind. Successful yoga instructors aren't born that way, they have slowly built up their careers and reputation over time by ironing out weaknesses and sharpening strengths.


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Health / Re: Everything about Aerobics
« on: February 17, 2021, 01:31:33 AM »
What characteristics will help one to become a good aerobics trainer?

Usually, the aerobics trainer profession requires a lot of close interaction with clients several times a week. A good communication and interpersonal skills can greatly help, especially if one is running his/her own aerobics trainer business. A pleasing and helpful nature will help to attract more clients as well as keep the existing clients happy and satisfied. People who are outgoing, good at motivating people, and sensitive to the needs of others make great aerobics trainers. Excellent health and physical fitness are required due to the physical nature of the job. If you look fit and healthy, you can quickly drive home the point that you know your job well. Not like some obese trainers, for example.  ;D Simply a look at your well chiseled body should greatly help the clients in making up their minds (and also gives you a reason to charge better rates). Because the simple logic is "If he/she did it often and he/she is so ill and/or obese, then the aerobics is useless!"

Some of the characteristics and assets that an aerobics trainer should have are:

1. A pleasing and helpful nature.

2. Good communication skills.

3. Selling skills (especially if one plans to run his/her own business).   

4. A fit looking body (excellent health and physical fitness which one should develop over time).   

5. Sensitive to the needs of others.   

6. A good listener.   

7. A responsible attitude towards the clients safety.   

8. Patience (one should be patient with the clients even if he/she has to repeat the exercises for them). 

9. A good understanding of the principles of yoga.

10. A sharing nature.

11. Ability to grasp new techniques and scientific concepts.

12. Having an optimistic, encouraging and clear voice.

Well, nobody is perfect. In case you want to be one of those aerobics guys, you should know this: Even if you do not possess some of the above characteristics it does not mean that you can't become a good aerobics trainer. You can slowly develop the required skills and characteristics on the job and over time by keeping your weaknesses and strengths in mind. Successful aerobics trainers are not born that way; they have slowly built up their careers and reputation over time by ironing out weaknesses and sharpening strengths.

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