Resistance Training - Home Yoga Routines
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Resistance Training – Home Yoga Routines

At Home Yoga Routines


In our last blog, we talked about working out with an ordinary jump rope.

Talk about inexpensive!

Today, we’ll use our yoga mats and look at some basics of the practice. If you’re brand new to yoga, it can all seem quite intimidating.

Which branch should you choose?

Where do you go? How should you begin?

Most of the “yoga” you’ll see here in the Western world is Hatha yoga, which uses postures (asanas), breathing (pranayama), gestures (mudra) and internal cleansing (shatkarma) to reach a state of mind-body-spirit

Often, modern yoga even dispenses on the harmony aspect and simply focuses on the exercise of the postures and breathing.

Yoga’s right for just about anybody. It doesn’t matter how old you are, how overweight you may be, or how out of shape you’ve gotten.

You may need to start off more slowly, but yoga will give you a safe workout that will improve your flexibility, stamina, and muscle tone. Of course, if you’ve suffered a recent injury, ask your physician before starting any exercise program.

Yoga is typically practiced in bare feet, while wearing loose-fitting clothing and using a mat and sometimes various additional props.

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