After entering politics, Arnold Schwarzenegger promoted the phrase, which has become an icon in the US. Jane Fonda says “no pain, no gain” in one of the most famous yoga poses ever – the “painless” pose. However, sometimes you do need to stop the pain.
Is it really?
But if the pain is really so essential, what if we could formulate a way to stop the pain and maximize the benefits of exercise?
It’s too good to be true, but surprisingly it doesn’t have to be, and it’s actually pretty good for you, even if it causes pain.
Well, sort of
When you think of a toned body, one exercise immediately springs to mind: running. It is one of the most commonly practiced methods to get rid of those extra pounds, but it is also one that can cause pain.
In 2017, the number of US runners approached the 60 million mark, and more than 110 million people took part in Walking Fitness. It also increases endurance and makes you fitter than other, more strenuous sports, according to the American Heart Association.
While most trainers recommend a little preventive stretching before sprinting, it is not enough to stretch on your own. Learn to practice yoga postures to identify those that can relieve pain and help you push your limits. Spending a few minutes in an old yogic posture can also be transferred to the treadmill.
The benefits of yoga!
Yoga also benefits a variety of other physical and mental illnesses, such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, and chronic pain. These include diabetes, heart disease, cancer, osteoarthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, depression, anxiety, insomnia, high blood pressure, sleep disturbances, and even heart failure.
The poses you may use
- The butterfly posture is a good stretch for the inner thigh, groin, knee, and knee and also improves mobility in the hip and groin area.
- Sitting on a twisted spine improves the elasticity of the spine and makes it supple and flexible. Forward bending helps to stretch the back muscles, tighten the abdominal organs and also make the spine supple. With the prevention, legs and feet are stretched and the abdomen strengthened. This also strengthens the abdomen and lengthens the spine, improving mobility and mobility in both the hip and knee.
- The triangular posture strengthens the legs, knees, ankles, arms, and chest and also opens and stretches the muscles of the back, shoulders, hips, legs, and feet, and abdomen.
- It also rejuvenates the body and helps to bring balance and balance into the mind of the runner and is known to increase mental and physical balance. The tree posture improves balance, strengthens the legs, opens the hips, and stretches the back, shoulders, hips, legs, and feet as well as the abdomen.
- The Warrior pose helps to tighten arms, back, and legs and also increases stamina. It also brings balance to the body and increases mental and physical strength and stamina as well as mental balance.
- The angle of this position helps to stretch the sides of the body and the spine, as well as the shoulders, back, legs, arms, and feet.
- The upward plank position stretches hips and legs and strengthens the wrists, arms, shoulders, back, and spine. It also tightens the muscles of the thighs, ankles, legs, and knees, as well as the arms, legs, and abdominal organs. The stool position trains the spine, hip, and chest muscles, but also tightens arms and legs.
Yoga is not a substitute for medicine, but it brings many health benefits and helps develop the body and mind. Yoga is a very healthy workout that keeps you physically fit and increases your stamina. Those who like to jog can combine their passion for running with yoga and thus improve their walking ability. Those who like the idea of running in their surroundings and even taking part in a marathon at some point can join a local running group.
It is important to learn and practice these yoga postures through training with a Sri Sri Yoga teacher. You can practice them at home, in a local yoga studio, or even in your local gym or gym.
These yoga poses help you stop the pain. You can practice them everywhere, including in Central Park.