The morning time is always hectic for me as I have to get my kids ready for the school, drop them at the school, prepare breakfast and lunch for my husband and finally the best part which I love the most, my exercise. I always love to include an exercise regime in my daily routine but I get bored very easily with one type and that’s why I keep on changing the kind of exercise I do. For few months it will be only walking outside , then zuma classes, then yoga training , then Gym and so on. One thing I have realized after so many years that everyone needs to include a type of exercise in their daily routine depending upon their interest and resources.With so much stress and lesser time to relax in our life, one should definitely do regular physical exercise.
Today, I’m not going to discuss which is better than the other. I am a lover of both depending upon my mood and weather. Each has its own benefits and we cannot really say one is better than the other. Fitness and lifestyle professional, Nawaz Modi Singhania, says, “Different schools of yoga yield different fitness and health benefits. On the fitness front, by and large, with yoga one can expect increased flexibility, toning, strengthening to a certain degree, meditation and breathing exercises.” Whereas, with Gym one can loose weight faster , remain active and stay alert. According to the doctors, a regular physical activity can keep your heart healthy. But, there are many who want to start something but not sure where to go. So, let us go through one-by-one, which type to do what.
The calm and poised Yoga
With yoga one can expect increased flexibility, toning and strengthening. You don’t need any equipment, just some space around yourself to practice the various asanas. That way one can save the travel time needed to go to a gym. You don’t feel the urge to bunk yoga sessions because of the convenience it offers. After a yoga session one feels energetic and fresh. It helps to get rid of fatigue. Yoga can also help you tone up and boost your mood. yoga can really help you strengthen your self control when it comes to over eating due to the meditation effect of yoga practice.Yoga does not increase hunger. The ancient science of yoga has been developed in such a way that it acts on the internal organs of the body and benefits one not just physically, but mentally, intellectually and spiritually also, says holistic health guru Mickey Mehta. There are not much restriction of anything in yoga if you consider a diseases, age or a specific gender.
The energetic and fast moving Gym