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3 Reasons to do Yoga

Submitted by Cody on March 31, 2011 – 2:34 pmNo Comment
3 Reasons to do Yoga

Most people know that it’s important to make exercise a part of their normal weekly routine.  But many people run into this problem: what type of exercise is right for me?  If you absolutely dread whatever type of exercise you decide to do, chances are fairly good that you won’t want to stick with it.  This is why it’s important to find something that you love to do.  If you’ve never tried yoga, it might be the exact type of exercise that you are looking for.  Besides being great exercise, there are many other reasons why yoga is great – here are just a few of them.

  1. Yoga is a stress reliever – One of the most important aspects of yoga is achieving deep and total relaxation.  If you are the type of person that leads a very stressful life, the therapeutic effects of yoga will definitely be a boon for your health.  Additionally, yoga has proven to help lower blood pressure and heart rates.
  2. It’s good for your waist line – If you’re trying to find a type of exercise that isn’t terrible strenuous of hard to do, but still help trim your waist line yoga might be exactly what you are looking for.  Yoga includes many stretches and exercises that are particularly good for your core muscles.  Who knows, eventually yoga might even help you develop a smashing six pack!
  3. You will meet new people – You’re never too old to meet new people and make new friends and connections.  Since most people do yoga in a classroom setting, you will undoubtedly meet tons of new people that share an interest with you.

For all these reasons, why not try giving yoga a chance this week?  Who knows, it might just change your life.

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