Our childhood is the time when we are the most active, which means we are high on energy levels. Due to which our body demands more physical activity. We tend to overwhelm ourselves with unnecessary routines thinking that excessive training will make us stronger. Well at least that’s what we have been seeing in the movies.We only realize this once we have a serious injury due to overtraining specially the most renowned nightmare among all athletes the Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tear (ACL)
These days children and adults are interested in sports and physical activity. Everyone who is sets goals for fitness can be considered as athletes. It is very common nowadays for adults to motivate their children to pursue a sport for fun or as a profession due to the increase in awareness.
However, many people get confused with a crucial question, i.e. “Where do we start?”. Answer to this is, “Start by building a strong base”.
Yoga is a multidimensional way to exercise; it includes static postures (The Asanas), breathing techniques (Pranayama) and meditation (Dhyana). Yoga is a lifestyle more than an exercise or fitness routine.
These days we all are turning towards Yoga as a mode of fitness, flexibility and for spiritual reasons. In the start itself we defined that Yoga is more of a lifestyle than that of a fitness routine because of the most important reason of its origin. The word “Yoga” derives from the Sanskrit word “Yog” which means physical fitness achieved through spirituality and great mental health. As mentioned in the Vedas the Sadhu’s or the Yogi’s (Monks) were the minds that believed in living close to god.